Service Parts - made easy for parts stores

Discussion in 'Bay Tech Clinic' started by Dubman, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. Dubman

    Dubman Well-Known Member

    For 1700-1800-2000 Engines

    The Parts stores listings on Kombi Service parts suck - I know cause used to work in one
    So here is a list of basic service parts and their dummies guide part numbers.

    Of course Roy sells most of these or equivalent parts via the Bus Stop too but thought this would be handy if you wish to venture down to your local parts store.
    • Oil Filter: Ryco Z100 (can substitute a z170) For Wesfil/Cooper/Crossland generally ad a "W" to the front.
    • Air Filter: Ryco/Wesfil A297, K&N 33-2003 (panel type of course)
    • Plugs: NGK BP5ES or BPR5ES (resistor R Type helps whirring noise in radio), Bosch W8CC - However stay away from Indian made ones they are shite! (hard to find German ones any more)
    • Fan Belt Bosch/Dayco/Bando 11A1065 can be a 11A0965 - Check yours first or take in most have belt measuring tools
    Brakes
    Bendix
    • Jan 1970 - Jan 1972 Front DB11
    • Jan 1972 - Jan 1974 Front DB84
    • Jan 1974 - Jan 1987 Front DB84 Rear BS1377
    • Jan 1988 - Jan 1992 Front DB1139
    RDA/EBC - Front
    • - 1970 R1205
    • 1970 - 1972 RDB11 EBC: DP0103 DP2103 DP3103
    • 1972 - 1987 RDB84 EBC: DP0160 (Black Stuff Only)
    RDA/EBC - Rear
    • 1963 - 1967 R1206
    • 1967 - 1970 R1373
    • 1970 - 1985 R1377
    Hope this helps. Cause none of my most recent parts books/websites list this info so most Stupidcheap, Repco, Burson, Peps would look at you blankly if you asked them to look them up.
     
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  2. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    Good post Nath - very helpful.
     
  3. Dubman

    Dubman Well-Known Member

    Good point 1500King I forgot to mention the numbers can be changed....to suit temperatures
     
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  4. jared

    jared New Member

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    wheel bearings for '74'
    front-Part number-3051KIT
    rear-part number-2808KIT

    from autobarn
     
  5. Dubman

    Dubman Well-Known Member

    Nicely done Jared, are these Timken part numbers?
     
  6. Yasmin

    Yasmin New Member

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    What about a harmonic balancer for a 79? Thanks heaps
     
  7. Mordred

    Mordred Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Had problems with the fanbelt listing for a Type IV as it wouldn't fit. Belt spec 10mm by 960mm long which is Lemforder 1827101. I think the main post should be 11A0965, which I am sure would be 11x965. Looks exactly the same size as the lemforder. Also have a LMI1827101 belt which is also the same.(German made)

    Points for 205P and N type dizzy is Bosch GB534. Correct me if I am wrong.

    Adrian
     
  8. syncro

    syncro Well-Known Member

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    It should be 9.5x965mm
     
  9. Syncro27

    Syncro27 Well-Known Member

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    Nath,

    Regarding the rear brakes 67 -70 is probably right but the 70 - 71 is a year only shoe and 71-72 is also a year only shoe. 8/72 - 79 models seem to be the same.

    Just been through that excercise with my rear brakes and grabbed some from the Bus Stop - funnily enough Roy sent my brake shoes inside a womens shoe box.
     
  10. Sweeney

    Sweeney New Member

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    great post! Thanks!
     
  11. Sweeney

    Sweeney New Member

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    PS is probably a great sticky
     
  12. Dubman

    Dubman Well-Known Member

    Yeah looks like RDa have a hole in that year. will see if I can locate a part number
    Thanks Scott
     
  13. Sweeney

    Sweeney New Member

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    ahhh, it is a sticky... still havent quite adjusted to the new site hahaha
     
  14. KombiMadness

    KombiMadness Well-Known Member

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    Does Roy know something about your fetishes Scott? Anything you care to elaborate on.... :lol:
     
  15. fancy-bug

    fancy-bug Member

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    Im about to swap my plugs out as i seem to have aquired a misfire/ no spark on one cylinder since we got the bus to oz, do folks run a colder plug due to it being warmer here than europe??

    im also trying to source leads, as $80 seemed a little steep at autobarn, they were 7mm leads and i think jk ones are the standard 6mm. either way my longest lead seems to have broken. it doesnt fire when cold, but once things warm up it comes back to life!!
     
  16. cbus

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  17. syncro

    syncro Well-Known Member

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    Buy leads from a VW specialist as most other leads do not fit correctly and have a shorter life. VW leads are copper.
     
  18. fancy-bug

    fancy-bug Member

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    So the br5es they sold me are right, but the **6es Will run cooler, so should make for a happier 2000 in oz
     
  19. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    yep.
    basicaly 6 is the year round standard plug here for kombi. mixtures are also biased a touch to the rich side as well.
    especialy in qld and summer i wouldnt run 5 .
     
  20. fancy-bug

    fancy-bug Member

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    ok, ill take the advice, i always run it a touch rich, so im good there, and ill swap out the plugs asap.

    any other hot tips??

    i have been avoiding driving my bus unless it cooler, so late afternoon, or cloudy days, so hopefully not done any harm, both for the bus and my sake.
     

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