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GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 6:42 pm

I don't know why I didn't think of this ages ago, this thread is for known part numbers (may differ between stores) for GTO parts.  I'll kick it off with a couple of consumables and add to this post as people report in with more information.

CONSUMABLES:
Brake pads (TT Gen 2+):  Front MDB1757; Rear MDB1758  [BNT]
Oil Filter:  Z56
CV Boot Inner (NA):  "Fargo" is the brand, part #CVB219K.  Not sure where to buy these but they are the only ones I've ever seen that actually fit.
CV Boot Inner (TT)  100-018 @ Repco
CV Joint Outer (TT):  MIT226 from BNT, come with boot and clamps.
Steering Rack Boot (front, all models): MB501711 [Mitsubishi]
Fuel filter (ryco and associated designations)
ZMF440
Air filter (ryco and associated designations) A489


BELTS:
Power steering belt (ribbed) 4pk0925 (V-belt) 13A0915
Cambelt 257 teeth 32 wide. one part # (mitsuboshi i think) 257XY32
Alternator belt 6pk1155
Alternator with all ac and idlers, tensioners removed, 6pk1000


PARTS:
Front lower ball joints (all models): Camelot 54503-31600 from BNT
Timing belt kit (no waterpump):  Dayco KTBA206H
Water Pump (all models):  GMB 148-1500
Head Gasket Set (TT):  DV011 from Kerzan
Plenum Gasket-lower (all models):  JD211 from BNT
TT Tie rod end   JTE515 at Repco
Door Upper Weather Strip - L/H:  MB641307 from Mitsubishi
Door Upper Weather Strip - R/H:  MB641308 from Mitsubishi
Tailshaft Hanger Bearings (TT and NA) CB4007 from BNT.  MB505495 from Mitsubishi.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 9:02 pm

Z56 is the usual oil filter
"GTO's have a turbo?!"
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 9:12 pm

Scruffy wrote:
Z56 is the usual oil filter

Everywhere or just SCA?
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 9:15 pm

TT front outer CV joints are MIT226 from BNT, come with boot and clamps.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 9:39 pm

Front lower ball joints NA or TT, all years: Camelot 54503-31600 from BNT
Timing belt kit (no waterpump) : Dayco KTBA206H
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 10:14 pm

I'm pretty sure I have the water pump number around somewhere too, and it's a good one because BNT's system shows up two types and one's wrong.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 10:24 pm

GMB 148-1500 is the water pump on all my invoices.

Plenum gasket - JD211 from BNT

TT head gasket set - DV011 from Kerzan
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 07 Oct, 2013 11:38 pm

cant remember what repco call their home brand equiv., but Ryco (the norm from sca or repco), or any other that use Z designation will be Z56
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Tue 08 Oct, 2013 6:30 pm

another name for those rear twin pot pads is DB941
hopefully no double ups here but:
Alternator belt 6pk1155
Alternator with all ac and idlers, tensioners removed, 6pk1000 (or 5pk, or 4pk, wider the better, i could only find 4pk but its fine more than 6 months later without having to retension yet)
power steering belt (ribbed) 4pk0925 (V-belt) 13A0915
cambelt 257 teeth 32 wide. one part # (mitsuboshi i think) is 257XY32
fuel filter (ryco and associated designations) ZMF440
Air filter (ryco and associated designations) A489
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Thu 02 Oct, 2014 8:21 pm

Repco:

TT Tie rod end = JTE515
(unsure if same as NA but i cant see why they would be different :S )

TT Inner CV boot = 100-018
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Fri 26 Dec, 2014 9:59 pm

Chronos_c4 wrote:
TT Inner CV boot = 100-018

You beauty! I've been fluffing around for days trying to get my hands on a boot, no one has a listing on them. Gaz, you've got this listed as an outer boot in the first post ;)
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 27 Dec, 2014 6:52 pm

Yea I went through that mess of a drama. Ended up taking the cv and shaft in for them to measure and pull one off their shelf after 4 weeks of "we can't find it"
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 27 Dec, 2014 7:11 pm

It's because these parts places all use the same computer programme which has the wrong listings. Had the same problem myself years ago at Repco with the same part.That's what happens when you rely on cut & paste.
You'd think someone would fix it?

Going back a few years I was looking for a clutch master cylinder for a mk3 Zephyr.
I tried 3 different parts places which all had the same wrong listing for the part.Luckily they either had a photo of it or had one in stock.
Why would anyone have one in stock?
Because it's the wrong one and hasn't sold.
The part was either for a Cortina or a mk2 Zephyr.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 27 Dec, 2014 10:12 pm

Funny story, I gave Repco a ring and told the man to measure a 100-018 up, he had one in stock surprisingly but the diameter is too small. Lucky for me, because I went through every box on the shelf and couldn't match one up. Wonder if someone's put a different one in the box?

Now I remember why I stopped using Repco at work and changed to BNT :x
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 27 Dec, 2014 10:14 pm

From memory they told me it wasn't going to fit but was close enough to squeeze on just fine :| actually have a spare one at home
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Wed 31 Dec, 2014 10:52 am

Chronos_c4 wrote:
From memory they told me it wasn't going to fit but was close enough to squeeze on just fine :| actually have a spare one at home

They told me the same thing, and it's bullshit. It goes on but it leaks and it pops off easily.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Wed 31 Dec, 2014 6:37 pm

So I looked at the 018 at another Repco branch, same deal. A very very small boot, the tripod lobes are the same length but the flats are about 7 or 8mm shorter, the overall diameter is about 10mm smaller. I instead opted for a 100-055 which was far closer.

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I was able to cut and grind the lobes to the appropriate size, so far so good
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 03 Jan, 2015 11:06 am

Personally I would just go to a mitsi dealership and get the right one for the car. I stopped getting them from repco after one I put on a car fell to bits after 9 months, and on taking it back the salesman told me that they get them from China for $2.50 each, and wasn't surprised that it had ripped apart. Would you like another one, I don't think so. Money back and off to Subaru for the genuine one. It cost more but it's still ok. The original ones lasted for over 220.000ks.
 
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Sat 03 Jan, 2015 11:22 am

Made out of melted down milk bottles.

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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Mon 13 Jul, 2015 10:35 pm

Door weather strips added. Good luck with the price though.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Sat 24 Sep, 2016 8:14 pm

Another one to add. Hanger bearings for the twin turbo (I'd guess the NA ones are the same but not 100% sure) are CB4007 from BNT.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Fri 07 Jul, 2017 3:54 pm

box wrote:
Another one to add. Hanger bearings for the twin turbo (I'd guess the NA ones are the same but not 100% sure) are CB4007 from BNT.

Yep, they're the same.
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Re: GTO Part Numbers

Fri 21 Jul, 2017 9:40 am

Here's a nice place to buy the parts. Just enter the part number and go

https://www.amayama.com/

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