What is the difference between FJ40 and FJ43?
The FJ43 is simply a longer, roomier version of the FJ40. These use the original chassis and original steel body, but both of those have been refinished and brought to like-new status. They nix the old engine and stick a Toyota 1FZ 4.5-liter naturally aspirated inline-six under the hood.
How much does an FJ40 Hardtop weigh?
|Curb weight (without a driver):||1790 kg / 3946 lbs|
|Curb weight estimated:|
|Gross vehicle weight rating GVWR:||2300 kg / 5071 lbs|
|Payload:||510 kg / 1124 lbs|
How much does a 1980 FJ40 weight?
|Brakes, F/R||Hydraulic 4 Wheel Drums Power Front Disc (Nov. 1975-83)|
|Curb Weight||3263 lbs.|
|Fuel Capacity||18.5 -> 22 gal.|
What is the difference between a J40 and a fj42?
The J40 / 41 / 42 was a two-door short wheelbase four wheel drive vehicle, with either a soft or a hard-top ( V ). It was available with various petrol or diesel (from 1974) engines over its lifetime. It was replaced on most markets from 1984 by the J70 series ( 70 / 71 ). The FJ42 is 4X2 model, for only The Middle East.
What kind of tires do you put on your FJ40?
I’ve owned my FJ40 long enough to have gone through several generations of tire and wheel combinations. When I bought it it still had the factory steel 15 x 5.5-inch rims (with hubcaps), and absurdly skinny and short 215-series tires of a brand I do not recall, but which were genuinely tiny enough to hamper its performance on trails.
What was the last model of the Toyota J40?
The 4door station wagon model ( FJ45V-I ) was the shortest-lived of the J40 series, as it was replaced by the FJ55G / V in 1967. The Bandeirante ( OJ50 / 55 / 55 B / 55 2B, BJ50 / 55 / 55 B / 55 2B ) was a J40 series built in Brazil by Toyota do Brasil Ltda from 1959-2001.