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I would like the part numbers and prices of a few parts for my '89 Supra Turbo. I will do my best to describe each item.

1. Outer tie rod (front passenger side)
2. Oil Bypass Hose from the head (near the alternator) down to the block. (About 7/8" diameter)
3. Exhaust Manifold Gasket (between manifold and head)
4. Gasket between turbo and exhaust manifold
5. Gasket on the bottom of the turbo that connects to the oil feed and return lines
6. Exhaust manifold studs (connect to head)
7. Nuts for Exhaust Manifold Studs
-I believe there are seven studs and bolts required to tighten the exhaust manifold, but please check so I order enough

-Also, I don't know if you can get the connector and wire that attach to the oil pressure sender unit, but please let me know.

I hope that all made sense. If not, just let me know and I will try to describe it better. Thank you as always.
 

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Spun MkIII said:
I would like the part numbers and prices of a few parts for my '89 Supra Turbo. I will do my best to describe each item.

1. Outer tie rod (front passenger side)
45503-29175 LIST 112.40 COST 83.48

2. Oil Bypass Hose from the head (near the alternator) down to the block. (About 7/8" diameter)
12263-42010 LIST 29.52 COST 21.83

3. Exhaust Manifold Gasket (between manifold and head)
17173-42010 LIST 32.80 COST 24.26

4. Gasket between turbo and exhaust manifold
17278-42010 LIST 34.04 COST 25.17

5. Gasket on the bottom of the turbo that connects to the oil feed and return lines
15471-58010 LIST 2.34 COST 1.73

6. Exhaust manifold studs (connect to head)
90116-10025 LIST 1.06 COST .79 EA X 9

7. Nuts for Exhaust Manifold Studs
90179-10070 LIST 1.40 COST 1.03 X 9
-I believe there are seven studs and bolts required to tighten the exhaust manifold, but please check so I order enough

-Also, I don't know if you can get the connector and wire that attach to the oil pressure sender unit, but please let me know.

I hope that all made sense. If not, just let me know and I will try to describe it better. Thank you as always.
I need the 5 digit number printed on the electrical connector to the OPS please
 
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