sd22 swap into a 86 toyota 4x4

SD diesels were widely available in the US in the 1981-86 Datsun/Nissan 720 pickups, and in Canada through '87 in the D21 pickup.

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zac1983
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sd22 swap into a 86 toyota 4x4

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i recently came across a 1980 sd22 that came with the altered bell housing to bolt it up to the toyota 5 spd. the problem im havin is that i cant find any bolts to fit the motor-tranny bolts. ???????what oddball bolts do i need?
zac1983
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had to drop the front diff 2 inches to put in the sd22
zac1983
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help

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theres alot of awesome info and tech advice on this site, but does anyone know what size of metric bolts hold the tranny to the motor. iv tried all the assorted bolts i have in my shop none fit.
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Sorry friend, i do not know the answer. Just chiming in.
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ehtrain
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nissan and toyota generally use metric threads m6x1, m8x1.25, m10x1.25, m12x1.25. the odd stuff you will see on them is 1.5mm pitched threads. most of belhousing bolts i have that fit sd, ka, ca, rb are m10x1.25 i believe. nissan doesnt switch to 1.5 thread until some 12mm bolt stuff like your motor mounts
zac1983
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k thanks ill see what i can find at least i was on the right track.lol
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