Throw out bearing group buy?

Discussion in 'Groupbuy Request Forum' started by Grumpy, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. Gotjustin27

    Gotjustin27 New Member

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    wheres the price. its hard to comit without a price

    mines been making that noise also. i wanna upgrade my clutch too cause if im taking my truck apart, might as well throw in other goodies
     
  2. DoubleD

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    Anything happening with this? I just got my URD flywheel in today and i also got a quote from toyota that says $107 for a throwout bearing :thumpdown:

    If this is not going anywhere does anyone know where else i can get a cheaper one??
     
  3. Murderface

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    Call Conicelli Toyota in Pa and ask for Sean, I just got my TO bearing shipped for about $73:top:

    tell him G sent you!
    If u want I'll give u the #?

    Phone number is 1-800-825-7128
     
  4. Slywhitty

    Slywhitty "Midget Magnet"

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    I got my afr sensor from there!! Great guy hooked it up!!!! Def worth the call!!!
     
  5. SX TOY

    SX TOY Active Member

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    I am afraid I am going to need that number too:thumpdown:
     
  6. Murderface

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    Just make sure u talk to Sean and say gadget sent u and he'll give u a price of $63+shipping for the TO bearing. He will ship it quick too:top:
     
  7. SX TOY

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    awesome thanks
     
  8. Murderface

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    Glad I could help:top:
     
  9. X-Caliber

    X-Caliber New Member

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    when do you know your TO bearing is sqeaking?

    When I push the clutch down sometimes it squeaks going all the way down (from outside of the truck, sounds like its comming from right beside the driver door under the truck) and idling i hear a squeaking sound like rotational-ish if that makes any sense. Goes away when i push in the clutch, hear it sometimes when im driving too.


    Also a write-up on how to clean that bad boy would be appreciated :top: or a detailed explanation with a picture or two
     
  10. RedXRunner

    RedXRunner "Splash Baby Douchecanoe"

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    Yea thats your TO bearing squeaking.
     
  11. X-Caliber

    X-Caliber New Member

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    So just curious, how do you clean it? will that help any?
     
  12. Murderface

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    That will not fix it:thumpdown: you'd be wastin ur time tryin to clean it. The only option is to buy a new one.
    The reason is that that TO bearing is gonna be scuffed up where it rides on the input shaft. The input shaft will also be scuffed up, this is where the noise is coming from.
    It gets scuffed up cause when accelerating, the input shaft pulls to the right cause there's nothing supporting the shaft at the clutch end and it puts side load on the TO bearing instead of just a twisting motion:top:

    unfortunately, the only options are to get Toyota to replace the TO bearing, bell housing( which includes the input shaft or trans all together:thumpdown:
     
  13. muzzyfsu

    muzzyfsu New Member

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    Wasn't there a clutch option/ GB that came with a TO bearing? Was it aftermarket or Toyota? Thanks.
     
  14. Murderface

    Murderface New Member

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    I don't remember:hmmmm2:
    I also don't think there's any problem with the factory TO bearing cause the problem is with the input shaft IMO. I think the Spec clutch's coma ith a TO bearing
     
  15. X-Caliber

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    so to get rid of that noise I have to replace the trans? I'll just turn the music up, sheesh! lol
     
  16. Roxspin72

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    Just FYI: But today..

    Upon taking my truck in for the second time on this issue, my Service Tech informed me that I would need to leave my truck for more than a day, due to the fact that it's now there SOP to replace the Transmission under warranty when a customer w/6spd trans complains of this issue. The 5spd guys can get trans replaced also on case by case situations.

    I don't know how valid this is, just thought I'd share. Had T/O bearing replaced first time under warranty, and now on second incident I get a new transmission:rock:
     
  17. DoubleD

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    Whats a SOP?
     
  18. ntinhri

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    Standard operating Procedure........

    I wonder if they will replace mine... Replaced at 21000 for grinding now grinding at 83000 miles..
     
  19. TitanRattler813

    TitanRattler813 Well-Known Member

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    GTFOH.... Standard Operating Procedure?! Man, I wonder how aftermarket product effect their response
     
  20. zrgray

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    It's been a while... Has this group buy gone anywhere or what?
     

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