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I bought a 86 Camry turbo diesel for a “good deal?”-maybe, and now I’m looking for some unique parts. First thing is the F-L subframe-like-bracket that the sway bar bushing/bracket attaches to is rotted out (pictured). I can’t find one new or salvaged yet, so I was wondering if anyone may be willing to sell me one or know where I may find one
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. For now Im working on an attempt to reconstruct it, however I don’t think it will be positioned right or reliable afterwards. My second part I’m looking for advice on is the turbo, the turbo on my 2.0L 2c-tlc has loose bearings and is seeping oil, the turbo says “CT-20 TOYOTA” on the compressor. Looking this up The closest thing I can find is ct-20 turbos for 84-95 2.4L 4-runners part number 17201-54030, where as the part number I find for a Camry diesel is 17201-64020. I can’t yet find I 100% compatible turbo rebuild kit yet either. Anyone know the details about the variants of the ct20 turbo and it’s applications, or any other advice helpful to that situation?
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Kanmuri
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Any 1st gen Camry should have the swaybar mount you're looking for. Have a look at www.hollanderparts.com I hope someone else chimes in about your turbo situation because I have no clue. That site I just mentioned may have some other parts you need too. It's junkyard stuff though so be aware.

I've seen only a few TD's in my 4 years of ownership. It's difficult enough to find certain parts for my 2SE so I can't imagine what the Diesels are like.
 

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3s-gte in a Camry?!?
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That swaybar bracket looks quite similar to the gen2 bracket, but I wouldn't expect it to cross over between generations.

The CT20 is the early/small Toyota turbo. If I was going to take a chance on a rebuild, I would start with parts from the turbo 22r, like you found. The housings are different, but hopefully the bearings and seals are compatible.

Worst case, a custom setup with a small but modern would be better for more power and efficiency, most likely...

-Charlie
 
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