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Andy Walker

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Which is that website which shows you diagrams of landcruiser parts ,so I can choose the correct part number.
I need the plastic motor which is on the back of the nearside mirror glass - which in turn clips and screws onto the metal frame in the mirror housing.
Mr Toyo says its a full mirror I need - at £160+vat - sounds a bit steep.

Help please .... :pray: :pray: :pray:
 
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Andy Walker

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Andrew Prince said:
If you tell me the year, engine, transmission of your 80, I'll look it up and let you know what I can find ;)
Or speak to Crispin and see if he can help you join the "club"
It's a 1995 4.2td 12v with auto box

Has Crispin got another club???
 

24Seven

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Andy Walker said:
[quote="Andrew Prince":2d622x0i]If you tell me the year, engine, transmission of your 80, I'll look it up and let you know what I can find ;)
Or speak to Crispin and see if he can help you join the "club"
It's a 1995 4.2td 12v with auto box

Has Crispin got another club???[/quote:2d622x0i]

You have a PM.
 

Andrew Prince

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Andy,

Bad news on the mirror - from ToyoDIY, it is a full mirror by the looks of things. All that is listed is the complete mirror assembly. Part no. is 87940 and there are various options based on colour (i.e. mica red is 87940-60340-02). You can get the glass, gasket and mounting bolt as separate parts but the mirror is a complete unit :?

Cheers,
 
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