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Celica Gen4/5 Garage sale - rare & bizarre JDM stuff

Discussion in 'Parts for Sale' started by Stig, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. Redrkt01

    Redrkt01 Well-Known Member

    Check your email
  2. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    Emails checked. This is the last I heard
  3. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    Yes, hardly worth it. I think it's time for a new beginning and start a new project. TEMS represents a very bad decade for me and it's time to move on
  4. fernandocelica

    fernandocelica Well-Known Member Donated!

    Hi kevin i am still struggling to find shafts for the 3sgte to fit our cars outer only
  5. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    Ok, anything else to look out for?
  6. restost165

    restost165 Member

    greetings parts help

    I have been trying to find a suspension upgrade and all the shifter bushings for my 1988 celiac all-trac. also if you have a recommended brand of clutch fluid that would be a great help. I know I am shooting into the dark but any help or a point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated

    Thank you
  7. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    You can't do better than BG or TEIN coilovers for your ST165.
    The 162 shifter assy is identical to the 165 - apart from a longer lever which gives a shorter throw.
    Brake/clutch fluid isn't important but making sure your system is clean, bled, and not leaking is.
    I replaced both the master and slave cyls a while ago and it didn't cost a lot
  8. restost165

    restost165 Member

    thank you for the help, where do i find a BG or TEIN setup, so far i have found no parts for sale. and i was told that the GT4 has a strange rear suspension setup.

    thanks again
  9. Zaluss

    Zaluss Well-Known Member Donated!

    As far as I understand it, just the rear sealed strut is the only unique thing about it. Once you replacement it with coilovers, that won't be an issue. Since BG/Tein didn't make them for the ST165 (if they did, it was discontinued), you can use the ones from the ST185 with slight modification to the holes by drilling it out to match.
  10. FoxCruiser

    FoxCruiser New Member

    Along with Zalus's suggestion above, there were a set of adapters that were for sale a very long time ago from Alltrac.net which allowed ST185 coilovers to fit the ST165. While no longer being offered for sale, someone over there might have a template for them. They should be easy enough for a local machine shop to make.
  11. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    you don't need adapters. just need to be a little handy with a grinder.
  12. celicaman

    celicaman Well-Known Member Donated!

    Do you by any chance have door seals?
  13. scottjackson1209

    scottjackson1209 Well-Known Member Donated!

    Do you have tail light vents?
  14. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    Sorry no indicators or vents but there are some near new door rubbers here somewhere
    St182 shocks bolt straight in, on the front you'd have to drill out the holes in your hubs and fit bigger bolts, for the rear I think the hole spacing is different so not an easy swap.
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2015
  15. celicaman

    celicaman Well-Known Member Donated!

    Ok. How much would you like for the door seals?
  16. do you have any rear hatch gaskets by chance in good condition?
  17. Stig

    Stig ST162 Guru Donated!

    Sorry I just fitted the last of the good ones to my car, try shopping around -you can find close copies at most PlasticBox shops, panel supply shops and some auto shops

    Door seals - US$50 including post ($25)

    GT4 fogs are still here for sale

    Sorry guys, I'm not getting notifications from the site.
    paypal/email = kevingharper@hotmail.com
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2015
  18. MDashK

    MDashK Member

    Hey @Stig, how are you?

    Do you still have any grill of these for sale?


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