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    Thanks, their also seems to be a few other people keen on the same parts lately.
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    how hard would it be to get hold of TRD Cams for a 6MGE. if you would need more info on what the engine is out of i will have to look it up.
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    dont work in my backyard Domestic Engineer pandaah's Avatar
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    Hi justin, how would you like me to make an enquiry, im after a bellhousing from a 5speed N/A JZA80 supra..

    to make things even easier its to suit a W series gearbox, and a JZ series engine. Also i would like to purchase the water pump pulley

    part number for bellhousing is 31111-22140 hopefully maybe even a second hand one is possible so it comes with everything, clutch fork, pivot ball, front bearing retainer etc..

    water pump pulley partnumber is - 16371-46020



    any help you could give me would be great, thanks

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    hickozGT4: I'm not an authority on TRD parts but I'd say it's almost impossible to find TRD cams for a 6MGE. Just looking at their catalogue and they only list crank and conrod bearings as available for even the 7M-GTE.

    pandaah: Just waiting on a reply about availability, I'll update you asap.

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    Amayama FTW!

    Bought many things over the past few weeks and all went super duperly. Good price and wayyy quicker than Toyota Aus.

    Thanks all!
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    thanks justin i appreciate that..

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    Quick question regarding the payment options. You list that you do direct deposits. Is this to an Australian based bank account or a Japanese account? Just wondering for future reference as working out which payment option would be the best.
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    RONA: At the moment our bank account is in Japan, however we'll be setting up an Australian account as well as having a credit card payment function on the website in the very near future. So basically Paypal (5% fee) is the preferred method of payment up to around AUD 450.00 which from there an international bank transfer (at a fixed fee) becomes cheaper, depending on what your bank charges (usually aorund AUD 20.00 - 30.00).

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    Just ordered some new Weather striping for my JZA70 (yay no more rain down the windows), less then half the price I could find anywhere else and delivered to my door!

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    Hi,

    Quote Originally Posted by Amayama View Post
    River + Timbosaurus: New RA Celica parts are hard to source as you're no doubt well aware, but I do have a contact here in Japan who specialises in old school Japanese parts so let me know what you're after and we'll see how it goes.
    Okey dokey... I am after one, preferably two sets of amber RA23/28 parking lenses, a set of 1977 RA23/28 remote control fender mirrors (failing that, a set of the non-remote control ones), a set of TA22 amber fender indicators (that is the housing and lens), and a genuine Toyota 2-pinion 4.1 T-series LSD centre (if such a beast exists).

    Also interested in any RA25 parts, such as rear light assembly, bumper bars and bonnet.

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    My tyre placard arrived quick smart, appreciate the speedy service, will use again!
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    River: Still waiting for my contact to reply, he takes forever sometimes.

    JustCallMeOrlando: That's great to hear, thanks for posting your feedback.

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    Just to confirm, if the price comes up when you enter the parat number in your website, does that mean you can definately get the parts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKS_TRD View Post
    Just to confirm, if the price comes up when you enter the parat number in your website, does that mean you can definately get the parts?
    Unfortunately, no. We still have to put every request through to the manufacturer and wait for a response. We have a massive list of parts that are no longer available (updated semi-daily) so that customers can check before putting a request in though it's still being programmed, it should be ready in the next few weeks.

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    OK I will put in a list of parts tomorrow through your site and see how we go for availability

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