WTB: 94 SHO Main Bearings/ Timing Chain Guides

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Frazier33

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I’ve been searching to no avail for a set of main/thrust bearings and timing chain guides for my 94 SHO. The shop that has the engine torn apart would like to replace these parts if at all possible and I’m ready to get my car back! So if you happen to have any or all of this for sale or know someone/somewhere that does please let me know.

Yes I know they’re unobtainable unless one of you have them and are willing to part with them that’s why I’m asking here. Thanks!
 

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If the mains that came out of your car aren't scored up then I would just reuse them. I have reused mains in a few of my SHOs several times.

have a set of standard mains and a set of -20 undersize mains new in the box. I'll sell the undersize mains but the standards are for a future build that I'm planning.

-Chad
 

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I think if you do a dive into search there was a thread or 2 about using Toyota mains. I've never done it but I still remember those posts to look for later if needed
 

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1994 toyota forerunner are the interchangeable part for the mains
I'm rebuilding my engine, and this is what I used

But you gotta buy 2 sets, and the bigger set of mains aren't as big, and you have to make a new notch for the retaining lip

 

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Here's the write-up for using Toyota bearings:

 

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I smell a scam. Buyer beware.
Obviously, as Frazier is looking for for timing chain guides which are unobtainable. Not a timing belt (readily available from all over) or timing chains that never wear out. And how does Buttercup know his are cheaper when no price has been mentioned???

Buttercup pearl joined today. Admins, please ban him from this group.
 

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