[ROVERNET - UK] Supra 5 spd  transmission

Ron Morey morey814 at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 7 01:00:55 BST 2004

Ben, I'm a little in the dark but I believe the normal Toyota ID is two 
numbers followed by two letters. ie: 18RC or some such thing. These numbers 
are on the valve cover if I remember correctly-It has been a long time. You 
may be able to get some help from a Toyota dealer if you walk in and smile. 
After all you may buy some parts. The serial number may even help them if 
you get some guy over 35 to help you.
All the best, Ron.

>From: "Linda & Ben Rodgers" <rodgl at pei.sympatico.ca>
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>To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
>Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Supra 5 spd  transmission
>Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2004 16:39:11 -0300
>Hi Randy
>             There is strangely very few markings on this engine? its a 4
>cyl carb RWD and looks like a DOHC. The carb is on right side of engine
>exhaust on left. The only markings I found are as follows, right side
>engine block 1141-26015. and on the front timing chain cover
>11321-28010. I found no markings on the trans at all. On the oil filter
>cap is a strange symbol that looks slightly like JET.
>I inherited the unit, which was partly installed in a MG Midget. but
>obviously wasn't ever going to fit and be completed???
>                        Any ideas???
>                                     Regards Ben
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