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The 4wd has a broken rod and hole in the block. 2wd run but has lots of blow-by.

I have not been around a 1010 to know how big they are.

What model Toyosha engine is in it?

Does anyone know if engine parts are available?

Would a 3TN Yanmar possibly fit without major cutting?

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These have no full length frame, as the engine bolts to the bell housing & trans just like most big farm tractors, so adapting any other engine would be extremely difficult, and in most instances impossible I'd say. Then there are those like you who can prove me wrong! :smilewink: I forget the engine model number but it is 16hp at it's governed speed of 1,500rpm.
 

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Some engine parts are available, but you will hunt and search to find them. Toyosha died the hard death of bankruptcy. Toyosha built for Massey, Allis Chalmers, Simplicity, and Hinomoto.

My personal opinion is that if the engine is toast, I would offer scrap value and see if you get lucky or not.

I'm not meaning to lowball anyone, I just personally have been too deep in the middle of a number of Hinomoto/Toyosha parts treasure hunts.

There would be a good market for used parts, though.

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Thanks guys. That tells me a lot of what I need to know.

No engine Parts!

Dan does it look like an S.A.E. housing mount to the rear of the engine? Have you ever been in there i.e the back of the engine?
 
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Thanks guys. That tells me a lot of what I need to know.

No engine Parts!

Dan does it look like an S.A.E. housing mount to the rear of the engine? Have you ever been in there i.e the back of the engine?
For what it is worth, I was told that a Kubota engine could replace a Toyosha. I don't know if that is true or not, it is just a legend I heard.

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For what it is worth, I was told that a Kubota engine could replace a Toyosha. I don't know if that is true or not, it is just a legend I heard.

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Thanks That may mean that the 1010 uses an S.A.E. type bellhousing.

I did find a c122 Toyosha motor that came out of a Himomoto.

Dan If you get a chance would you take a peek at your for the engine Model #?
 
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Thanks That may mean that the 1010 uses an S.A.E. type bellhousing.

I did find a c122 Toyosha motor that came out of a Himomoto.

Dan If you get a chance would you take a peek at your for the engine Model #?
Don, like I said, it is just a legend that I heard and I've never taken the time to figure out if it is true or not.

I've got a 1010 sitting where I work, I'll look at it and see if I get breathing time to do it tomorrow.

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