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Old 10-08-2012, 05:45 AM   #1
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Extreme left rear wheel well damage

I had the misfortune of a bad tire de-treading and severely damaging much of the inside of the rear left wheel well. For instance, the inner wheel well cover is gone, brackets, mud flap, braces, gas tank filler housing just under the gas fill door, truck bed open storage box, etc. Any suggestions on a parts diagram to aid in a search for all the replacements I'll need to repair this? The fender near the back of the wheel housing was completely mangled up into itself. I'd like to see what I can to do estimate the cost of this repair and do as much as I can, or turn it into my insurance company. I'm particularly interested in finding a diagram with parts list for this area of the tacoma and any suggestions for a vendor to supply the necessary parts.
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:03 AM   #3
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Thanks steve103. I already found that and it doesn't get into the areas I need. I wonder if there's a chilton's manual or something that show's a complete breakdown of the truck, short of walking into a Toyota dealer to request all the part numbers.
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:05 AM   #4
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search camelback toyota on here. you can ask the parts guy any questions and he'll give you quotes on parts shipped to you. Quick responses and very reasonable prices.
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search camelback toyota on here. you can ask the parts guy any questions and he'll give you quotes on parts shipped to you. Quick responses and very reasonable prices.
Thanks diesel, that's the ticket. As I might need the whole quarter panel, I might also try a junkyard. But these guys have everything I need, from what I can tell after calling them and looking over their diagrams. Thanks!
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Old 10-08-2012, 12:36 PM   #6
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www.Toyodiy.com has expanded views of the entire truck.
Check under this category 65-54: REAR BODY SIDE PANEL
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The cosmetics are easy to get as most guys tend to just go and get new glass.

Try looking for the easy repairs to take care of that.

The important stuff is where you want to spend your money
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Does anyone know of repair manual available that shows how to remove the left rear fender and all the internal components back there?
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I'm struggling with a deported wife and I frequently drive to Tijuana to visit her. Tried to save a few dollars and bought some used tires there. Damn thing just released it's tread, and I don't think they were re-treads at all. It was a 'General' tire. It actually held air to get back home with the cords exposed. Truck's messed up bad. Surprised it didn't blow up with the gas fill pipe in the vicinitiy and all the scraped bend metal. All this happened on the way to drop by my hospital suite to see how I was after crushing my knee on the freeway in a motorcycle accident. Life's hard this week.
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Sandman614, I think they discontinued the diagrams due to Toyota's resistance. If you could provide a link that'd be great. I tried to find what you mentioned and came up empty-handed. All I found was a parts list under that category. Any repair manuals would be helpful, please!
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:20 PM   #13
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xJuice, I got that. What I need is a manual that tells what sequence to use to remove and re-install everything. Thanx.
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Browse through this manual...


http://ncttora.com/fsm/05+/local%20files/repair.html
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Seen this already. Doesn't address the rear fender wheel well components.
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