E153 swap bracket help

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E153 swap bracket help

Postby Redjohtoapparatus » Fri Jul 02, 2021 9:01 pm

Looking for st185 rear transmission mount bracket that bolts to the transmission its self. Tried Toyota Discontinued ofc if not can anyone confirm if the mr2 bracket would fit also looking for drivers side trans bracket looks like I can slightly modify one from s54 but unsure (talking about the brackets Not the insulator rubber mounts) gt4 heaven had them but are sold out and thought they were on the way from Toyota only to find out they didn’t have them and they refunded me so back to square one
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby 93celicaconv » Sun Jul 04, 2021 11:26 am

Are you talking about the part highlighted in the attached diagram?
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby Redjohtoapparatus » Sun Jul 04, 2021 12:12 pm

No it is one of the 4 “engine mounts” even though 3 of them really are bolted to the trans not the rubber mounts but the bracket 12321A and 12325A don’t know if these are actual par number but it’s what it is on this diagram I’ve heard maybe st165 brackets would work but can’t confirm this and don’t know if getting my hands on those would be any easier
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby 93celicaconv » Mon Jul 05, 2021 12:33 am

OK, that makes more sense.

The 12325A is Toyota P/N 12325-74110. That particular part number is unique to the ST185 is the USDM.

The 12321A is Toyota P/N 12321-74060. That particular part number is shared in the USDM with the ST185 and the 1987-1991 Toyota Camry (with Manual Transmission only), which had the 3S-FE engines in them. At least this bracket has a better chance of being found in salvage yards. I know there are a couple Camry's of this era in a salvage yard by me with the 3S-FE engines in them, but I'm thinking they have automatic transmissions in them.

You could look up in http://www.car-part.com for salvage yards near you that participate in that website to see if you can find any Camry 5-speed manual transmissions - they may take the 12321A bracket off of it and sell it to you. Your bigger problem will be trying to find the 12325A bracket I'm thinking.
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby Redjohtoapparatus » Mon Jul 05, 2021 1:02 am

Thank you this is most helpful information I’ve got I actually pulled the e153 out of a junkyard Camry but had the 1mz so the rear engine bracket was part of the axle carrier but now I know which ones to look for
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby abeans » Mon Jul 05, 2021 12:27 pm

I have some used ones i could part with.
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby Redjohtoapparatus » Mon Jul 05, 2021 4:13 pm

Abeans do you have both brackets ? Also on a separate note I’m in search of the st185 N+S crossmember that those front and rear mounts bolts to in case you happened to have that
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Re: E153 swap bracket help

Postby abeans » Mon Jul 05, 2021 4:24 pm

Pretty sure I got all that.
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