Equivalent Part Numbers

Equivalent Part Numbers

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spartacus

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2,876 posts

237 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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As a new Cerb owner I am keen to start compiling a list of equivalent part numbers. I know the Cerbera is the first TVR to run an in-house manufactured engine, but there must have been a fair bit of parts bin raiding, especially the more mundane consumable items, like filters, belts, bulbs etc. I have done a search but have not come up with much so not sure if anyone has done this before?

In fact does anyone know any part numbers for the belts on early 4.2 fitted with aircon, TVR and any alternative manufatureres part nos?

See list so far at:
[urlwww.tvr-cerbera.fsnet.co.uk/parts.htm[/url]


>> Edited by spartacus on Tuesday 14th June 12:43

>> Edited by spartacus on Wednesday 15th June 15:58

tannertime

294 posts

207 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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I think Graham was planning to include something like this on the Cerbera Register at www.tvr-cerbera.com

Sure he'll be able to confirm/deny and suggest alternative if I'm wide of the mark.

Graham.......

>> Edited by tannertime on Tuesday 14th June 12:49

350matt

3,623 posts

246 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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its a land rover engine oil filter, off the rangie I think

Julian64

13,311 posts

221 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Possibly the most important thread since jools et al took a pair of scissors to the inlet trumpets, or Mark decided lucas was a bit weedy.

But I fear people run out of puff with this sort of thread. I've seen a few start but they don't seem to go far.

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,876 posts

237 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Julian64 said:
Possibly the most important thread since jools et al took a pair of scissors to the inlet trumpets, or Mark decided lucas was a bit weedy.

But I fear people run out of puff with this sort of thread. I've seen a few start but they don't seem to go far.

Point taken Julian, I'm willing to tabulate whatever people can come up with, even if its not much, anything you can source from Halfords or your local high street accessory shop has got to save a few bob and inconvenience in the long run!
For example, I could have sworn someone figured out the make and equivalent part number for the infamous starter motor, someone else in Australia was of the opinion that the AP clutch plate is same as C5 Corvette, these are gems worth knowing!

DuncanM

4,322 posts

246 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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I can add more but here are a couple of good part numbers .

Mintex brake pads :

Front MDB1292
Rear MLB20

I recommend 1155's .

Magnecor 8.5mm leads part no. 8522

Here's a good one . Lambda sensors Intermotor part no. 16339

This is a cracking idea, could it not be made a sticky and then people can add to it as and when .

Duncan

TT Tim

4,143 posts

214 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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The central locking motors can be bought from Maplins for a lot less than TVR want for the same.

www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=12304&doy=14m6

Tim

adetuono

6,427 posts

194 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Being a new owner, I could well be wrong, but the previous owner told me that the starter motor for my '98 4.5 is off a Nissan ZX300. Not sure of the year, but no doubt in a couple of weeks I'll be able to find out first hand
Also, I believe that most of the wiring is made from wet string, and that the majority of the connectors are made of cheese. Do you sense an air of disappointment there? Cars gone back to the dealer to sort a multitude of minor electrical annoyances, and I've had it less than a week.

olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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I'm also more than happy to add a table of the finds to my web-site until the TCR has it's own version ?

The brake fluid resevior has Ford stamped into it, although I've never worked out from which model it is from.....

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,876 posts

237 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Chaps, excellent response so far.
Ted, would it be ok to make this a sticky so people can add to this as, and when. As soon as I get back from Le Mans I (or anyone else who fancies it) can start putting the info in and html table that can be accessible via a link.

olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Oil Filter : ERR3340 Land rover item for 6, alternatively a C145 Champion for 2.45

JayB

71 posts

204 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Cerbera CV Boots, ref: First Line FCB2196

gazzab

18,869 posts

249 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Tuscan S discs (later 4.5 cerbs) = Ferodo Ds2500 pads

Julian64

13,311 posts

221 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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I take it all back,,,,,,,doing well

blue 4.5

1,543 posts

204 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Clear side indicators - Ford Fiesta

olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Good thinking re the indicators !

Got a link at home for the clear front ones (from a Land Rover) - will post tomorrow & add a new page to my site tonight...

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,876 posts

237 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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Thanks Ted!

budaholic

1,516 posts

202 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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IIRC the coil packs for the AJP8 are from a 1996 Citroen ZX 1.6i, 2 required.

Bud

Mark Adams

356 posts

227 months

Tuesday 14th June 2005
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The Land Rover part number for the Oxygen sensors is ERR 6729. They are used on Range Rover Classic, Discovery, and of course Griffs and Chims.

gazzab

18,869 posts

249 months

Wednesday 15th June 2005
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lambada ?

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