Equivalent Part Numbers

Equivalent Part Numbers

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C3BER

4,714 posts

192 months

Sunday 28th August 2011
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Land rover

vatanen

75 posts

133 months

Tuesday 20th September 2011
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Just bought a new ac tensioner. The part was from a vauxhall vectra.

Part number 029-208361.

pmessling

2,217 posts

172 months

Wednesday 16th November 2011
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Throttle body to inlet port O rings 4.5l

www.polymax.co.uk

part number BS031N70 44.17mm x 1.78mm £7 for 20, minimum £10 spend, but still a good saving.

TVTrev

77 posts

118 months

Sunday 27th November 2011
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fatjon said:
A lot has been said about the difficulty of rebuilding the AJP water/oil pump assembly. I took mine apart for a small water leak and discovered that it's not that hard to rebuild. The oil pump rotors are available from TVR Power Stores off the shelf. Same part as in the S6 engine too I believe.

The ceramic water seals on the pump are part number IHF14.30.14 from City Seals and Bearings on 01142 435 343

the front bearing (the one you can see behnd the cog with the timing cover off) is part number 6201 from same supplier.

the oil seal which is between the water seal and the front bearing is a 16x28x7

The big O ring is a 95mm x 2mm

I didn't need to disturb the rearward water pump but pretty sure the seal etc will be the same. Getting the front impeller off was easy enough with a puller, just warmed it up a bit and it slid off easy enough. looking at the design it would not be rocket science to make new impellers anyway. The vanes are just straight plates so turning a backplate and welding on vanes would be a possibility although if quantities were required a nice CNC job would be better.
Hi Fatjon,

I think/hope I have the same water leak on my 4.2 Cerb (just purchased) unless it something more serious. Can you remove the water pump/oil pump assembly without removing the engine. (I have access to two post lift). And if so can you give me some pointers on how to do it.

Thanks

Trev.

Gazzab

19,060 posts

251 months

Monday 28th November 2011
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TVTrev said:
Hi Fatjon,

I think/hope I have the same water leak on my 4.2 Cerb (just purchased) unless it something more serious. Can you remove the water pump/oil pump assembly without removing the engine. (I have access to two post lift). And if so can you give me some pointers on how to do it.

Thanks

Trev.
Hi you will have better luck away from the parts thread. But to get to the pump you'll need to pull engine afaik

Ireland

3,513 posts

183 months

Thursday 29th December 2011
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Not an equivalent part but useful nevertheless ..... a link to a thread about how to do a body lift on the Cerb

http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&a...

Tanguero

4,535 posts

170 months

Wednesday 11th January 2012
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memfis said:
The door catch is from a Vauxhall Astra but with an extra bracket on it from tvr. I get them from my local Vauxhall dealer and un pick the bracket and transfer it over. Just give them the part number on it and they will be able to match it up for you.
Extra 300 Driver said:
seat belt extensions are for a vauxhall tigra or calibra

part numbers for all 3 bits are

90046083 pulley guide £7.85
90046084 pulley head-guide £2.00
90046085 insert-guide pulley £2.14
Edited by Tanguero on Tuesday 31st January 11:32

Juddder

680 posts

153 months

Friday 3rd February 2012
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Hi everyone

I've updated my copy of the parts list to have as much recent information as has been posted (thanks everyone) and fixed a bug that meant the drop-down menu wasn't working [it is now smile].

http://www.alexjudd.com/cerbera/parts/

Let me know if there's any more to add!

Alex

Tanguero

4,535 posts

170 months

Tuesday 7th February 2012
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4.2 Throttle heat barrier 'O' rings
www.polymax.co.uk part number BS031N70 44.17mm ID x 1.78 cord

Rawhide

861 posts

182 months

Monday 26th March 2012
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AJP 4.5 Coil Packs - German Swedish & French Part number has changed to 925PC009.

I've installed ARC coil packs from Eurocar Parts and it looks like one is faulty. frown

Does anyone know if GSF parts suply Valeo or Bosch coil packs?

ukkid35

5,620 posts

142 months

Wednesday 28th March 2012
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RADIATOR COTTON REELS
Rover Mini Exhaust mounts from 1990 onwards.

Halfords new price is about £1.60 including the nuts, however they are not a perfect fit. Fine for the drivers side, but slightly too large diameter for the passenger side.

Mini mount on drivers side:


Original mount on passenger side:

ridds

7,448 posts

213 months

Saturday 21st April 2012
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A word of warning on the Mini mounts also, they use imperial threads so good luck finding replacement nuts these days! laugh

A couple of new ones from me.

Stub axle part numbers are as follows, not alternative but may help you find cheaper ones if you need them.

Nearside V86BB-4K137-AA
Offside V86BB-4363-AA

Edited by ridds on Sunday 22 April 10:54

mrvol

21 posts

174 months

Thursday 26th April 2012
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Does Anybody know something about the Rear anti roll drop link bushes ??

There is a GM bumber on it but i cant find them anywhere ? On the bush is written: 0092497 GM 2875013

I kno wi can order them cheap on evry TVR parts dealer in the Uk.. but I´m from Germany an over here its hard to get parts...an import them from England takes a long long time..

Regards Volker

mrvol

21 posts

174 months

Thursday 26th April 2012
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I found them right know... its a Vauxhall / opel FRONT STABILIZER BUSH - GM Part Nr: 2875013N less than 1 GBP :-D..


Part No TVR D0095 = GM Part No: 2875013

here a direkt link

http://www.vauxhall-car-parts.co.uk/acatalog/Vauxh...

This is a new Vauxhall Part. VAUXHALL FRONT STABILIZER BUSH. Fits
Vauxhall Cavalier Mk 1
Vauxhall Chevette
Opel Manta
Vauxhall Calibra
Vauxhall Cavalier 1982 - 1988
Vauxhall Cavalier 1989 - 1995
Vauxhall Astra 1985 - 1993
Vauxhall Astra 1992 - 1998

Is there a Site where al the parts are listet which will always be Updated or where i can write those things down?

regards from Germany

pmessling

2,217 posts

172 months

Thursday 3rd May 2012
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Was looking at the alternative parts list link, specifically the lower ball joints. The Quinton Hazel: QSJ1308S one I have made by Hi-drive won't fit because the ball is larger as is the rubber boot which is impossible to fit onto the wish bone as its much wider than the hole.

The Delphi TC936 fits perfectly. On my late car it doesn't require any modifications to fit.

Peter

PoleDriver

28,104 posts

163 months

Monday 7th May 2012
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ukkid35 said:
RADIATOR COTTON REELS
Rover Mini Exhaust mounts from 1990 onwards.

Halfords new price is about £1.60 including the nuts, however they are not a perfect fit. Fine for the drivers side, but slightly too large diameter for the passenger side.

Mini mount on drivers side:


Original mount on passenger side:
Selection of alternatives Here

Tanguero

4,535 posts

170 months

Wednesday 16th May 2012
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Shaped LEDs to fit next to the window buttons are available from RS Components in red, yellow, orange and green at 0.09p each

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/visible-led/2292431/

RS Stock No.229-2431

They solder directly onto the existing wiring.

gerradiuk

1,669 posts

164 months

Wednesday 8th August 2012
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Thermostat from a Quetin Hazel QTH134

Fits:
Fiat

131 1.3, 1.4, 1.6 1975-84

132 1.6 1974-77

132 1.8 1972-77

132 2.0 1972-76

Argenta 1.6, 2.0 1982-84

Ritmo 125TC 1.6 1984 -

Strada 125TC 1.6 1984-88

Morgan

4/4 1.6 1982 -

Plus 4 1.6 1982 -

Seat

124 1.6 Sport Coupe 1970-74

131 1.6 1976-81

132 1.6, 1.8 1972-75

132 2.0 1977-82

I have just been lucky enough to buy a new one but unboxed for a Morgan for £10!


ukkid35

5,620 posts

142 months

Wednesday 8th August 2012
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It's a bit scary that everything listed there is 2.0 or less.

Opening temp is listed as 80C for QTH134K, looks like the right 120deg angle.

gerradiuk

1,669 posts

164 months

Friday 10th August 2012
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It fits & works perfectly exact size & angles, All for £10!!
FYI some of the "upgrade" kits are set at 74 degree so 2 degrees is nothing to worry about.





Edited by gerradiuk on Sunday 2nd September 18:48