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  1. does this help ? https://www.toymods.org.au/forums/threads/54262-Clutch-wont-bleed
  2. And MB Insurance is underwritten by QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited
  3. Or perhaps modify the TCR10 bar fit ?
  4. Is the Tarago currently unregistered or just changing owners ? Most workshops know where to look for vehicle ID's. What is missing the VIN plate or the compliance sticker or another ? Perhaps your Toyota dealer could be of help for you.
  5. Glad the family is enjoying the new Rav. Hopefully the annoying rattle issue is resolved at service time. I like the concept / size ect, but still cannot come to grips with CVT gearboxes.
  6. consider this complete with bezels ready to install... https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Full-Kit-Set-Fog-Light-Spot-Driving-Lamp-Black-For-Toyota-Aurion-GSV50-12-17/142699468390?fits=Year%3A201
  7. This maybe helpful https://www.rav4world.com/threads/1997-3sfe-to-5sfe-swap.212609/
  8. see this on Ebay 6 available Not ZR but KOOL wheels https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Genuine-Toyota-Aurion-Oct-06-Oct-11-Kappa-Alloy-Wheel-18-X-7-5/262856892695?epid=611244837&hash=item3d337de117:g:ZdEAAOSwksxdd-Pc&frcectupt=true
  9. Nope, mine are mounted just to the left of the rear view mirror, high up. The driver cannot see the camera from the drivers seat so no vision is obscured by the device.
  10. I found these, not exactly what you need but interesting info.. https://www.toymods.org.au/site/ try searching here for swaps. also https://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/topic/36258-hiace-engine-swap/


    I read this in GoAuto in May this year ..... Toyota spokesman said....While Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support will be progressively rolled out as standard equipment, owners of the current-generation Corolla small car and Camry mid-size car, as well as early adopters of the new RAV4, will be able to have it retrofitted. The Japanese brand said the retrofit will be available via its dealer network with only a “quick visit” to a local dealership required to have it installed.
  12. From new I had a 1978 HiAce 5 door and stupidly never lifted the engine cover to service it correctly for 120k kms. Boom it seized ! Back in the day, 1979, the were no Jap imports engines ect. So I replaced it with a Holden 202 6 cylinder mated to the original gearbox (using a Dellow adaptor ) She went really well but the diff ratio was too low so i fitted 16" wheels (taller tyres) to the rear to compensate. Terribly award to work under /around the engine area. Today I am sure there a a zillion easier engine / transmission alternatives to use.
  13. No not a Rav4, but in both my Camry's, the cameras are mounted passenger side of the rear view mirror. They are not visible from the drivers position, the wiring is tucked in along roof lining then into the rubber on the A pillar, across under the glove box into the usb pods i have installed. I am using Viofo A119S cameras,very compact units.
  14. The PCD is the same as Falcon however the bore size is different . Toyota has 60.1mm and Ford has 73.1mm. Therefore you would need to run with concentric spigot / hub rings to reduce Falcon 73.1mm down to Toyota 60.1mm. I would suggest using steel or alloy but avoid plastic / nylon. Never fit and drive your car without using the spacer rings. Dangerous and unsafe !
  15. The PCD or stud pattern is 114.3. The 1.5 is the thread metric pitch. Offset / ET will be 45. The tyre size you choose will be most important to having adequate clearance in the wheel well to avoid suspension & guard contact If you have an 2019 ASV70 Accent Sport your original wheels should be running. 215/55R17 7.5Jx17 ET45 5x114.3 M12 x 1.5 60.1 The 2019 ASV Camry SL runs 235/45ZR18 8Jx18 ET50 5x114.3 M12 x 1.5 60.1 You will notice the offset /ET changes to centre the wheel / tyre in the wheel well for clearance.