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    RN47 calipers are direct bolt on fit to RT104 coronas

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    Speaking of Coronas, for a decent front brake upgrade on an RT142/ST141 you can use RA6x Celica hubs, rotors and calipers. It bolts on with no mods and it's a substantial improvement over the solid-disc stockers.

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    How is the bias after that?
    Wilbo did that to his MX62, and the bias was f*cked.
    He had to use an SA63 bias valve to get it back to something reasonable.
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    Can't tell you what it was like, the guy who did it sold the car before the project was finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-AE86
    16v 4age bucket/shims are interchangeable with 2nz-fe(echo) buckets, therefore allowing higher revability in the 4age, by not flicking out shims with big cams, etc..

    i'm dying to do this...i wish someone would give me a 4age to do it to

    1SZ, 2NZ and 1NZ are all the same shimless bucket setup. And when i start building my new engine i promise you can have a play with the shimless buckets Steve
    For other odd stuff:
    * SW20 MR2 pads fit AE101 Superstrut twinpot calipers
    * All T13/4 hubs are interchangable (as you would expect).
    * Early 3SGTE CV joints (ST185?) are the same as AE92 GTZ E58 joints.
    * Not only are 4AGE valve stem seals the same as 1G but also 3S

    Thats all i can think of for now.

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    SA63, RA60, RA65, MA61 Struts fit MX62 Cressidas Brake bias is all wrong (can be fixed with SA63 Bias valve). Camber is close to factory with SA63 struts.

    MX62 Power window motors fit 96ish model Camrys! I suspect that most Toyota's use the same power window motor since the dawn of time?

    ST14x / RT142 / xA6x / MZ1x / clutch pedals are the same, as are master cyls (these will NOT fit a MX62 easily ).

    RA65/SA63 clutch line can be made to fit a number of cars with very minor bending, these include MA61, MZ1x, MX62 (I also suspect ST/RT14x lines would go close to fitting assuming the slave cyl is mounted on the passenger side).

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    Oh yeah, almost forgot.
    MA61 Clutch pedals fit MX83s. Infact with all the similarities i woudlnt be suprised that the MA61 and MX83 are actually the same chassis.

    MA70 Clutch pedals fit MZ20s

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    The MA61 chassis is almost the same as the MX73 chassis; the MX83 is quite different. Are you sure you're not talking about the MX73 here? I'd be kinda surprised if MA61 pedals fit in an MX83.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norbie
    The MA61 chassis is almost the same as the MX73 chassis; the MX83 is quite different. Are you sure you're not talking about the MX73 here? I'd be kinda surprised if MA61 pedals fit in an MX83.
    CrUZider reckons that MA61 clutch pedals don't fit MX73. He was using a GX61 (i.e. MX62 ish) clutch pedal which if I recall fitted perfectly?

    Ah the wonderful world of Toyotas.... my mind boggles

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    They don't fit.
    Yes, they bolt on, but they don't fit properly.
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    Ah, because i just lined mine up, never tried fitting it. There you go.

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    Here are GX61 vs MA61 clutch pedals.

    They both fit in probably ANY 80's Toyota, but only the GX61 fits to the MX73 dash, and lines up correctly with the other pedals.

    http://www.conceptual.net.au/~peewee/pedals
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    ST205 Celica front brake pads & JZA80 Supra 4 spot brake pads are identical.

    Can't confirm this, but I imagine the rears are identical too.

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    i have a TRD catalog now, so i will go thru and se what brake pads are interchangable... there are more than a few, and also means the calipers are likely to be similar...


    KE20 collapsible steering column can be used in KE10 corolla. the cruch tubes in the chasis rail are big enough, just need to drill out the holes int he rail to match the crush tubes, as the KE20 column has larger diameter bolts.
    KE10 pitman arm has exactly same spline and bolts on, but KE20 pitman arms is longer and cannot be used.
    to make it fit inside, you need to go a bit custom and try and replicate the KE20 mounting methods, so you retaint he collapsible nature of the column...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wagonist
    ST205 Celica front brake pads & JZA80 Supra 4 spot brake pads are identical.

    Can't confirm this, but I imagine the rears are identical too.
    ST205 front (TRD Black) = 04491-JA830
    JZA80 front (TRD black, 17 inch???) = 04491-JA830

    JZA80 front (TRD black, 16 inch???) = 04491-JA820

    the JA820 is used for a lot of cars (UCF10/11, JZS171W, JZS171, UZS173, UZS143/5, JZS160/1, JZS147, UZS143, UZZ40, JZX100, JZX90, ALTEZZA with 16" rims,

    another brake pad that is used on many cars is 04491-SW210
    SW20, celica ST202/206 wth superstrut, ST202 from 97.12 on, carina ST202superstrut and AT210 98on, Corona ST205 and ST202 with superstrut, caldina ST215G/W/ST210G GT and GT-T grades,
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