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RallyK
01-15-2006, 05:42 PM
I'm starting a thread because I have the wonderful advantage of NAPA computers! YAY

In case you're curious...

Front drive shafts are the same for the following cars: (Part #7409)
1990-1991 Lexus E250 (L/R)
1988-1991 Camry 2.5 (L/R) (FWD ONLY)
1988-1993 Celica Alltrac (L/R)
Does not fit FWD Celicas.
This info is great because you can go to a salvage yard and rip off some CVs from a 88-91 Camry 2.5 FWD and slap em on yer Alltrac! woot! But if you want them new, call up napa and tell them the part number, they run about $64.99 + tax and core charge.


Next... I'll look up brakes and rotors..

RallyK
01-15-2006, 05:47 PM
Ok brakes and rotors have way too many options so if you are curious if rotors from a suchandsuch will fit on your suchandsuch, just PM me and I'll cross it for you.

kpdvx
01-15-2006, 05:59 PM
Oh... part numbers. Can you tell me if the part numbers for the 5th gen ST shifter cables are the same part numbers for the GT shifter cables?

alltracman78
01-16-2006, 12:24 AM
Whoa, hold up on the axles.
The Alltrac has 2 identical sized front axles. As in both are IDENTICAL.
Isn't the Camry pass side longer than the drivers side?

RallyK
01-16-2006, 01:13 AM
on the 2.0 they are different, on the 2.5 they're the same.

alltracman78
01-16-2006, 01:17 AM
The 2.0 is the 3SFE.
What I'm saying is, because of the transfer case, the Alltrac front axles are EXACTLY the same length.
The V6 Camry, on the other hand, has a fwd transmission, which is alot closer to the dr side, with no transfer case to even it out.
So, unless I'm missing something [I've never looked at one, so I can't say for sure...] the pass side axle would have to be MUCH longer than the dr side, just like any other fwd car...

Oh, and you never sent me that linky...
:)

RallyK
01-25-2006, 06:01 PM
Kind of delayed, I know, but I did some digging and Napa doesn't offer shifter cables for Celicas. They only offer them for a few select vehicles like Pontiac Grand Ams. I looked up some common vehicles and they didn't list them. Oh well.

By the way, CCT the manufacturer of our CV shafts went out of business so we're offering new CV shafts for cheaper than remans. There's also no core charge for the new ones.

alltracman78
01-25-2006, 07:02 PM
What the hell do you know?

Girls.....

























:D

RallyK
01-25-2006, 07:11 PM
MARINES!!!!! damn you all