: t-100 oil pan


aztaco1
07-02-2005, 11:10 AM
Wheres the cheapest place to buy a t-100 oil pan. 2.7l if that matters. Im becoming broke and need the cheapest. This and the steering box is the last I need before cutting.

CronusTRD
07-02-2005, 12:54 PM
Check the Sponsors

NUKE
07-05-2005, 12:35 PM
Wheres the cheapest place to buy a t-100 oil pan. 2.7l if that matters. Im becoming broke and need the cheapest. This and the steering box is the last I need before cutting.

Make sure you get ALL the parts!

12101-75060 (T100 2.7 oilpan)
11494-75010 (oil hole plate)
15104-75020 (pickup tube)
91651-60614 (6mm x 14mm bolt) (4 req'd)
15147-75020 (gasket)

You can get the side mount dip stick if you wish but it's not necessary. I used the stock front mount stick and it works fine. You just have to "re-calibrate" the hash marks. :D

hytenor
07-05-2005, 01:04 PM
You can get the side mount dip stick if you wish but it's not necessary. I used the stock front mount stick and it works fine. You just have to "re-calibrate" the hash marks. :D

please elaborate ;)

NUKE
07-05-2005, 01:18 PM
please elaborate ;)

You mean the hash marks???
With the rear sump pan almost all the oil is in the back (what a surprise!!! :D ). With 5 quarts of oil in the pan it barely reaches the tip of the stick, even though there is plenty of oil for the engine. I also found out, from the local dealer, that the 2.7 T-100 pan holds 6 quarts, not 5. This at least puts the oil on the stick but the normal level actually reads at or around the low mark.

hytenor
07-05-2005, 01:26 PM
You mean the hash marks???
With the rear sump pan almost all the oil is in the back (what a surprise!!! :D ). With 5 quarts of oil in the pan it barely reaches the tip of the stick, even though there is plenty of oil for the engine. I also found out, from the local dealer, that the 2.7 T-100 pan holds 6 quarts, not 5. This at least puts the oil on the stick but the normal level actually reads at or around the low mark.

cool, thanks.

NUKE
07-05-2005, 01:38 PM
cool, thanks.

My truck's due for an oil change. Hit me again from this thread in a day or two and I'll give you something a little more concrete.

Hunt4Steve
07-05-2005, 02:48 PM
The cheapest place for these parts is:

http://www.discounttoyotaparts.com/

Put your OEM part numbers in, and you get the price and a little info. My local stealership wanted $156 for the T100 oil pan. These guys sell if for about $95 or so. Pretty good deal.

hytenor
07-05-2005, 03:41 PM
My truck's due for an oil change. Hit me again from this thread in a day or two and I'll give you something a little more concrete.

I'll see you at Takeover and pick your brain about your SAS ;)
My plan is to basically duplicate The Dick's truck but with whatever updates and improvements I can find.

Valkyrie
07-06-2005, 07:22 AM
The cheapest place for these parts is:

http://www.discounttoyotaparts.com/

Put your OEM part numbers in, and you get the price and a little info. My local stealership wanted $156 for the T100 oil pan. These guys sell if for about $95 or so. Pretty good deal.
LOL! Welcome to TTORA! If you check out the sponsors section, you will find that the webiste you are touting is one of the more expensive ones out there. One of the great benefits of TTORA is the ability to buy Toyota & TRD parts at Toyota employee pricing.

Try looking around a bit ;)

www.toyotapartsales.com (http://www.toyotapartsales.com)
12101-75060: $78.56
11494-75010: $13.64
15104-75020: $49.45
91651-60614: $0.68
15147-75020: $0.90
Total: $143.23

The other guy:
12101-75060: $83.06
11494-75010: $14.42
15104-75020: $52.28
91651-60614: $0.73
15147-75020: $0.95
Total: $151.44

Now, paying an additional 6% may not mean a lot to some people, but if you can save money & support a sponsor (and a member) who contributes to keeping this forum open, well- that's what it's all about. :)

Thanks for the opportunity to set the record straight. :D

Hunt4Steve
07-06-2005, 07:49 AM
cool, another super resource. :D

Valkyrie
07-06-2005, 07:54 AM
We're sharing the love one part at a time... :)

Bear
07-06-2005, 10:59 AM
We're sharing the love one part at a time... :)


And what kind of love are you sharing???? hopefully it's not that dirty kind that requires a prescription afterwards :D :rofl:

Valkyrie
07-06-2005, 11:54 AM
And what kind of love are you sharing???? hopefully it's not that dirty kind that requires a prescription afterwards :D :rofl:
No, it's not like when you got a fat bat in your ass in prison. :D

grumpy
07-06-2005, 02:05 PM
Wheres the cheapest place to buy a t-100 oil pan. 2.7l if that matters. Im becoming broke and need the cheapest. This and the steering box is the last I need before cutting.

I should have a steering box available soon. waiting for other one to get back fro mrework and being tapped

NUKE
07-07-2005, 03:36 PM
cool, thanks.

Hytenor,
I just did an oil change today. 6 quarts in the 2.7L T-100 pan brings the oil level right into the "normal" range, about 3/16" below the "full" mark on the Tacoma dipstick.

hytenor
07-07-2005, 03:40 PM
Hytenor,
I just did an oil change today. 6 quarts in the T-100 pan brings the oil level right into the "normal" range, about 3/16"-1/4" below the "full" mark on the Tacoma dipstick.

good to know, thanks. I'll pass this on to John (buckshot1) as well.

NUKE
07-07-2005, 03:52 PM
LOL! Welcome to TTORA! If you check out the sponsors section, you will find that the webiste you are touting is one of the more expensive ones out there. One of the great benefits of TTORA is the ability to buy Toyota & TRD parts at Toyota employee pricing.

Try looking around a bit ;)

www.toyotapartsales.com (http://www.toyotapartsales.com)
12101-75060: $78.56
11494-75010: $13.64
15104-75020: $49.45
91651-60614: $0.68
15147-75020: $0.90
Total: $143.23

The other guy:
12101-75060: $83.06
11494-75010: $14.42
15104-75020: $52.28
91651-60614: $0.73
15147-75020: $0.95
Total: $151.44

Now, paying an additional 6% may not mean a lot to some people, but if you can save money & support a sponsor (and a member) who contributes to keeping this forum open, well- that's what it's all about. :)

Thanks for the opportunity to set the record straight. :D

Uhh, Chris...
I paid less than that from the local dealer...and he isn't a TTORA sponsor.

12101-75060 - $72.55 (T100 2.7 oilpan)
11494-75010 - $11.89 (oil hole plate)
15104-75020 - $43.05 (strainer)
91651-60614 - $.60 (6mm x 14mm bolt)
15147-75020 - $.80 (gasket)

TOTAL $130.69

NUKE
07-07-2005, 03:54 PM
I'll see you at Takeover and pick your brain about your SAS ;)
My plan is to basically duplicate The Dick's truck but with whatever updates and improvements I can find.

Looking forward to it! :)

Valkyrie
07-07-2005, 04:37 PM
Uhh, Chris...
I paid less than that from the local dealer...and he isn't a TTORA sponsor.

12101-75060 - $72.55 (T100 2.7 oilpan)
11494-75010 - $11.89 (oil hole plate)
15104-75020 - $43.05 (strainer)
91651-60614 - $.60 (6mm x 14mm bolt)
15147-75020 - $.80 (gasket)

TOTAL $130.69
LOL! No wonder he can't afford to sponsor TTORA! You also know you've got an extraordinary hook-up there... as employees we pay 15% over (which is what I do for TTORA), and he's selling to you at about 7% over. If he'll sell to everybody at that price that'd be great... ask him, I'll gladly step aside. :)

NUKE
07-08-2005, 03:11 AM
LOL! No wonder he can't afford to sponsor TTORA! You also know you've got an extraordinary hook-up there... as employees we pay 15% over (which is what I do for TTORA), and he's selling to you at about 7% over. If he'll sell to everybody at that price that'd be great... ask him, I'll gladly step aside. :)

I do have a pretty good rapport with these people. :)

What kind of price can you quote for a Rt. Rr. 1/4 panel (the side of the bed)? The MSRP is around $750, I believe. I'd like to see if they can match or beat your price. ;)

Valkyrie
07-08-2005, 06:31 AM
huh? You've got the hookup of a lifetime- be loyal to him. Besides, the shipping (I wouldn't ship it anyways) would kill any savings.

NUKE
07-09-2005, 05:16 PM
huh? You've got the hookup of a lifetime- be loyal to him. Besides, the shipping (I wouldn't ship it anyways) would kill any savings.

LOL!!! I was just curious how much you would sell one for.
Apparently, from what you've told me, I do have a good parts connection, I'll be loyal as long as they treat me well. It never hurts to "hedge" a little though. ;)

The service dept. is pretty good here too, good staff and very friendly.

The sales staff, however, that's a whole 'nuther story! These are the people who REFUSED to order my truck simply because I wanted the e-locker as a stand alone option.

Valkyrie
07-10-2005, 09:04 AM
The sales staff, however, that's a whole 'nuther story!
Unfortunately, very typical....

NUKE
07-10-2005, 03:12 PM
Unfortunately, very typical....

Surely not?!?!?
I mean, these people were BAD!!!!! They were so bent on NOT selling me what I wanted, they even tried to sell me a used Tacoma!!! The sales manager actually no-shit DARED me to go somewhere else! Needless to say, I did... When the truck came in, of course the first place I went was to this dealership. The parts manager (she was cute!!!) asked me if that was "the truck". I replied, in a voice loud enough for the whole showroom to hear, "Yes, that's the truck Mitch REFUSED to order!"

Needless to say, Mitch doesn't work there anymore. :D

With sales staff like that it's no wonder Toyota can't get a bigger share of the market!

malodin
07-25-2006, 11:27 PM
just an update, just tried toyotapartssales.com there prices went up

or at least i dont know how to get the ttora discount, i went there via the sponsors link.

12101-75060 - $72.55 (T100 2.7 oilpan)
11494-75010 - $11.89 (oil hole plate)
15104-75020 - $43.05 (strainer)
91651-60614 - $.60 (6mm x 14mm bolt)
15147-75020 - $.80 (gasket)

new prices respectivly
$81.33
$14.15
$51.13
$0.79
$0.93

Valkyrie
07-26-2006, 07:06 AM
If you simply let us know you are a TTORA member you will recieve an additional discount when we process your order. :)

Scretagent
09-22-2006, 12:32 PM
:confused: I'm doing a SAS swap on a Tacoma with the 2.4 L. Anyone have any solution on doing an oil pan swap on this. Ive been checking around but have come up empty-handed.

hytenor
09-22-2006, 12:50 PM
:confused: I'm doing a SAS swap on a Tacoma with the 2.4 L. Anyone have any solution on doing an oil pan swap on this. Ive been checking around but have come up empty-handed.

good luck...never been done, to my knowledge.

if the 2.4 and 2.7 share the same block (and thus, the same pans) you may be ok but if not you may be in trouble.

Scretagent
09-22-2006, 06:52 PM
Well thats what I was hoping but even the oil pan gasket has a different part number. I guess custom fabbing is the only option.....

banThis
09-22-2006, 11:30 PM
if there are part numbers for actual gaskets maybe you could go to a toyota dealer and have them show you both and just lay them on top of each other?
or a 2.4 gasket and t-100 pan, etc.
surely you could find an old 2.7 pan in someones post-swap pile to compare?
mines rotting in TN if your close to there.

NUKE
09-23-2006, 08:14 AM
:confused: I'm doing a SAS swap on a Tacoma with the 2.4 L. Anyone have any solution on doing an oil pan swap on this. Ive been checking around but have come up empty-handed.
Use the oil pan for the 4 cylinder T-100. The T-100 also used the 2.7 and has a rear sump. You'll need the oil pan, gasket, pickup tube and some minor miscellany. Your local Toyota dealer can get everything you need. It cost me about $135 but I'm sure the prices have gone up. Maybe $150 or so.

hytenor
09-23-2006, 06:03 PM
Use the oil pan for the 4 cylinder T-100. The T-100 also used the 2.7 and has a rear sump. You'll need the oil pan, gasket, pickup tube and some minor miscellany. Your local Toyota dealer can get everything you need. It cost me about $135 but I'm sure the prices have gone up. Maybe $150 or so.

are the 2.4 and 2.7 pans the same? He needs one for a 2.4

you get that crawler in yet? ;)

NUKE
09-23-2006, 06:51 PM
are the 2.4 and 2.7 pans the same? He needs one for a 2.4
I would think they are. Check the specs, the 2.7 is nothing more than a stroked 2.4. I'm pretty sure they use the same block. Best to check though.

you get that crawler in yet? ;)
UGH! Don't even ask... The truck is still sitting in my driveway. It's been on the road once since July.
After about a month I finally got the crawler, t-case, etc and found the time to put everything back in. Everything seemed ok (damn that crawler is SSSLOOOWWW!!!). I was going to work one night and didn't even get 20 miles and the transmission shit the bed. :confused: Tore it down, it's total trash...synchros, blocker rings, cluster gear, etc...about $1800 for parts. Figured, "screw it!", I ordered a rebuilt from Marlin Crawler. Should be ready to ship Monday. $945 + $500 core charge. I checked with the folks at Marlin and they said to box what's left of my trans and ship it to them for the core refund. If I get the core refund that's fine, if not it's still cheaper than the parts to fix the old one.
Hopefully, I can have it back on the road in another week or so. I still have to get new drive shafts but the one I cut down will do for now.

aztaco1
09-23-2006, 09:57 PM
theres a thread in the buildips titled (97 tacoma buildup) by Munsen. His was a 2wd 2.4L, ask him if he used the t100 oil pan.

hytenor
09-24-2006, 02:44 AM
I would think they are. Check the specs, the 2.7 is nothing more than a stroked 2.4. I'm pretty sure they use the same block. Best to check though.


UGH! Don't even ask... The truck is still sitting in my driveway. It's been on the road once since July.
After about a month I finally got the crawler, t-case, etc and found the time to put everything back in. Everything seemed ok (damn that crawler is SSSLOOOWWW!!!). I was going to work one night and didn't even get 20 miles and the transmission shit the bed. :confused: Tore it down, it's total trash...synchros, blocker rings, cluster gear, etc...about $1800 for parts. Figured, "screw it!", I ordered a rebuilt from Marlin Crawler. Should be ready to ship Monday. $945 + $500 core charge. I checked with the folks at Marlin and they said to box what's left of my trans and ship it to them for the core refund. If I get the core refund that's fine, if not it's still cheaper than the parts to fix the old one.
Hopefully, I can have it back on the road in another week or so. I still have to get new drive shafts but the one I cut down will do for now.

damn! you sure have had crap for luck this year :eek: At least you'll have a first class tranny now ;)

Scretagent
09-24-2006, 06:09 PM
ok never mind....just got the tacoma driving and flexed it up pretty good and no rubbage on the oil pan or even close to the front diff. or on the high-steer. Thanks on the info.

Mark

hytenor
09-24-2006, 07:41 PM
ok never mind....just got the tacoma driving and flexed it up pretty good and no rubbage on the oil pan or even close to the front diff. or on the high-steer. Thanks on the info.

Mark
so, the 2.4 pan must really be different than the 2.7/3.4 pans, interesting.

Scretagent
09-24-2006, 07:59 PM
not sure if there is any one interested but i have all of the pan and etc. that all came from the Toyota dealership for the six-cylinder if anyone is interested.

hytenor
09-24-2006, 08:02 PM
not sure if there is any one interested but i have all of the pan and etc. that all came from the Toyota dealership for the six-cylinder if anyone is interested.

from the T100? just post the kit in the for sale section.