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Greaseable Anti-inversion Spring Shackles and Pins for Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40
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This is the first one to come over.  It is the FJ-25 which featured a 6 cyl, 4 spd, and 2 speed transfer case.  Just a few made it over, so now they are considered a rarity, and parts are very hard to find.  If you have one or any pictures, please contact us.
Here is the FJ-40, one of the finest vehicles ever produced.  These went through many changes over its 20+ year run.  Shown here is a '65 Soft top version and an '83 FJ-40, the last year imported to the US.
For a short period, 1963 - 1967, Toyota imported the FJ-45 in three configurations, the 4-door wagon, the Long Wheel Base Pick-up, and the Short Wheel base Pickup
This is the FJ-55.  This was the four door Land Cruiser of the 70's.  The drive train are the same as the FJ-40 of the same year.
In 1980, Toyota came out with the FJ-60, almost all with A/C and P/S.  This model ran through 1987.
The FJ-62, shown here looks alot like the FJ-60, but had a different engine and automatic transmission.  Most recognizable by its 4 square headlights.
This is the FJ-80, a sleek aerodynamic but still very capable Land Cruiser, introduced in 1991 and has now been replaced with the FJ-100
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