Distributor ZV/PAU 4R5 Service Parts

Discussion in 'Splitty Tech Clinic' started by TerryS, Feb 4, 2017.

  1. TerryS

    TerryS Member

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    Anybody know where I can get the service parts for the Bosch ZV/PAU 4R5 Distributor (90mm cap) i.e. cap rotor, parts & condenser?

    That's other than Wolfsberg West (US), their shipping charge is mental ($75 US).
     
  2. 1500king

    1500king Well-Known Member

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    I have all of these (cap, rotor, points, condenser) ... I also have NOS vacuum cans, shaft bushes, complete breaker plate assemblies and shims for a comprehensive rebuild.. Most are old stock German Bosch.

    Terry, I'm in Adelaide, can post no issues.
     
  3. splitbus

    splitbus Well-Known Member

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    Supercheap
     
  4. TerryS

    TerryS Member

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    Your joking?
    Do you need part numbers?
     
  5. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    Considering variability with quality in parts suppliers nowdays Andrew is probably a safer bet . ;)
    Source of some parts, even of known brands, can be a legitimate concern.
     
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  6. 1500king

    1500king Well-Known Member

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    They're all old stock Bosch/Gen VW(which is bosch anyway). Packaging is a little 'rustic' but what is inside is good to go.
     
  7. splitbus

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    I got points rotor and cap but not condenser

    Points GB534-C Bosch
    Cap D186594 Bosch
    Rotor sorry can't find box it came in
     
  8. 1500king

    1500king Well-Known Member

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    It's a "Big Cap" distributor.. Left and right in the pic below. The 4R5 below(right) is new, the 4R6(61-63 Type 3) is restored, The centre one is a JCU4R3(1964 only 1500S ) which has a strikingly similar advance curve to a 2L bus distributor.

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    Last edited: Feb 5, 2017

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