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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-19-2002, 11:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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Toyota 22r motor

I'm buying a 22re tomorrow off someone for $150.00cdn. She said it was rebuilt never used. Kinda hard to beleive for that price. But I'm going to take a close look tomorrow. I'm going to also buy from the scrap yard the carburated intake $15.00, a 5-speed tranny $60.00. I was woundering how the tranny bolts to a Samurai t-case, and also how well the motor works in a Samurai.
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Will someone please tell him how to do this swap. he has no idea what he's doing, I should know I'm his best friend.
I still think the motor was rebuilt. Ask Jeff Kelly, or the guys at Amco if it was in there. I guess this means were going to Buck's tomorrow.
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Re: Toyata 22r motor

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did the lady say it was rebuilt at amco.
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Yes! SORRY
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She told me the bearings and the rings were replaced.
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first of all the tranny and tcase in a sami are divorced.... meaning they arent bolted together.... i have heard of this swap being done.... but you need to put the radiator out where the grille is now.....
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The first thing that you need for the swap is a big welder, a cutting torch (with a large oxygen bottle), BIG air compressor, nice floor jack, engine hoist, etc., then tell the wife/girlfriend/mother/who ever else questions the budget, that you "just have to have them". You might not need them for this project but you will be the envy of all your buds and they will be usefull in the future.
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I thought this was a common swap?
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1.6 16v baby, thats the swap for me.
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Re: Toyata 22r motor

Is there anyone out there that can help. I'm not getting very good answers here. I was told by quite a few people that this is a common swap. Or maybe at least an automatic. I need to know soon my stock motor is just about toast.
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