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Thread: Stoney Racing Hoses Full Set (Rad & Engine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by superwhite90 View Post
    same as me and i needed the money.
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    MR2 Obsessive superwhite90's Avatar
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    done

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    I know this is an old thread but I cannot start a new one.
    I live in France, the MR2Mk1 was never imported into France or Homologated here so finding parts is not easy.
    After 33 years, I think it's time to swap out the radiator coolant hoses on my Mk1b. The local Toyota dealer is not interested and searches have only brought up Stoney Racing silicone hoses. I would prefer to fit standard rubber ones.
    Does anyone know where I might obtain OEM hoses please?
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    I'm sure any of the scrappers for MK1s here will sell you some. Which ones are the good ones, I dont know. I think one of them is banned here. Hopefully someone will chime in

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    The problem with all the standard rubber ones now is they are atleast 30 years old. My suggestion would be go for the black stoney racing ones to look as stock as possible.
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    I think Toyota still supply hoses for the MK1, and possibly some motor factors still have them, try here https://jp-carparts.com/oem/search.php
    Black is not a colour ! .... Its the absence of colour

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    SFS make a hose kit for the Mk1 Mr2, as an alternative.

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    Not had any luck with Toyota dealers, the link is useful thanks, but I need to find the part numbers which are not in the 3 sections of the Toyota workshop manual I have.

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    You should be able to get all the part numbers from here http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/...ol-engine-fuel
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimi View Post
    You should be able to get all the part numbers from here http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/...ol-engine-fuel
    Very useful thank you.

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