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Re: Part Numbers

Post by iceD » 09 Dec 2009 15:22

Any idea what year this headlight-finisher is from.

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Re: Part Numbers

Post by RONSLYCHUK » 09 Dec 2009 15:35

It looks the same as the one from my 1972.

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Post by okayfine » 09 Dec 2009 15:37

The stamping didn't change from 1969 to end of NA production. The coloring could change depending on the year, but I still think that's not a NA feature.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by iceD » 09 Dec 2009 17:49

What do you think it's worth?

This article might help determine the year.

http://dimequarterly.tierranet.com/

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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 04 Jan 2010 16:16

Napa 280ZX rotors
48-85687
22.16 CDN each
Made in the USA (unless it was just stamped that way, but it was stamped right on the rotor!)
Hard to believe such a well priced component wasn't made in China - it was good to know.

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Post by merlin » 04 Jan 2010 17:50

Byron510 wrote:Napa 280ZX rotors
48-85687
22.16 CDN each
Made in the USA (unless it was just stamped that way, but it was stamped right on the rotor!)
Hard to believe such a well priced component wasn't made in China - it was good to know.

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Damn thats a good price .. not even worth cleaning up a set at that price.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 05 Jan 2010 00:09

merlin wrote:
Byron510 wrote:Napa 280ZX rotors
48-85687
22.16 CDN each
Made in the USA (unless it was just stamped that way, but it was stamped right on the rotor!)
Hard to believe such a well priced component wasn't made in China - it was good to know.

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Damn thats a good price .. not even worth cleaning up a set at that price.

That's what I thought! That was last year, but even 5-10 points on that price is still dirt cheap!
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Post by Datsun 1600 Nut » 05 Apr 2011 10:38

Sorry if I am resurrecting a dead thread here... But is still possible to order parts from their part numbers over there in America? :oops:

It seems like there is nothing available over here in South Africa anymore... :?
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 02 Dec 2012 08:55

RE Heater Core hoses:

I went looking for this info this morning, needed the interior heater hose part numbers. I found the thread, finally. Proflex initiated the thread, 510Rob had the solution - thanks guys, Byron


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Help! ...Has anyone had any luck finding a hose to replace the one inside the heater that connects to the heater core? It has many bends in it. I would think finding a hose to match it will be a bitch. My heater is in good shape so if I cannot find one fast its going into the car and will be revisited when I have more time = winter project!


Dayco 86122 (Original application is a 1991 Honda Accord) + a tiny trim to each end = works perfectly for the heavy duty 2-pass type heater setups.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 02 Dec 2012 22:53

Under hood heater hoses alternatives to OEM;

Dayco 87630 - the hose behind the cylinder head with 2X 90 degree bends. Original application is a 2000 Dodge Stratus or 1992 Eagle Premier

Dayco 80403 - the longer one from the rad inlet to the heater core. The original application is a 1999 to 2012 Chev Silverado 1500. This hose should also work for automatics, but I haven't tried it to prove the application.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 02 Dec 2012 22:56

Single pass heater core alternative to OEM hoses for the interior side of heater assembly.

Dayco 86121 (2005 Kia Optima, 1989 Geo Spectrum, 1991 Chec Cavalier) can be utilized for both pieces – in fact you can make two sets out of the one hose!
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Edit: Jan 13 2018 Double pass interior long heater hose

Copied from Post by obrut » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:12 pm

I found a hose that works, the part number I used is Dayco 86122

Test fit to the heater core box, a little long on both ends so I trimmed it. I hope this helps someone else when they need this hose.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 02 Dec 2012 22:59

Carburetor heat riser bypass hose alternatives to OEM, This is the line that runs from under the carb to the coolant inlet around the front of the motor when utilizing the stock OEM metal pipe.

Dayco 80394 (2004 Grand Vitarta, 1989 Honda Accord); Again this hose can be cut to fit both the 90 degree bend and the strait section required for installation of this bypass pipe.
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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Byron510 » 03 Dec 2012 18:08

I added the actual applications for the above hoses just in case someone was interested in utilizing OEM hoses.

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Post by Byron510 » 18 Jul 2013 11:03

thisismatt wrote:....
43262-21000 Nut-lock Brg (rear stub shaft axle nuts)

Just to back up this thread - one day this stuff may not be available any more.

I did this quick sketch of the axle shaft nut in case we might need to manufacture these one day.
I bought one today, and at $15 it's not worth manufacturing - A machinist would probably charge you $100 or more to make one today. But one day if these are no longer available - the drawing will be priceless.

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Re: Part Numbers

Post by Dave Patten » 03 Oct 2013 09:18

I checked on parts availability with Riley Curtis at Lynchburg Nissan
rcurtis@mabryautogroup.com

I have the following 510 parts coming my way. Some I was surprised to see still available

PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
13257-W0300 L Series Rocker Arm
43262-21000 rear stub shaft axle nuts
43232-21000 inner Rear Wheel Seal
43210-21000 Inner & Outer Rear Wheel Brg
01111-00051 special 8 X1.25 Drive Shaft Bolt
01223-00041 special 8 X 1.25 Drive Shaft Nut
39628-E4100 BOLT Half Shaft @ Wheel
39627-N3000 NUT 1/2 Shaft Diff & Wheel
08915-2401A lockwasher for 1/2 Shaft
32849-H1010 Shift Lever Pivot Pin
32854-24900 e-ring for Shift Lever Pivot Pin
32855-H1010 Shift Lever Pin Bushing, 2 req'd
32861-N4200 Ball Socket at end of shifter
55045-21000 Rear Control Arm Bushing
62450-N1600 Hood Trim, Leading Edge
76860-A1400 1/4 Window Latch
65158-A0600 hood bumper- hollow snap in
65157-A0600 hood bumper- solid snap in
80835-26501 2 Door Glass, Inner Seal RH
80836-26501 2 Door Glass, Inner Seal LH
H0335-89931 roll of window run channel felt
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