Part Numbers from a hoarder

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  1. slant6billy

    slant6billy Well-Known Member

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    Got 6 cases of misc parts from a hoarder.

    If anyone recognizes these, shout it back at me. Don't know certain details other than the guy owned a 71 Duster 4 speed car and a 78/79 Aspen with a nasty small block killing cars on the street 35 years ago.

    Engine bearings and other items:
    Manufacturer Bower:
    Part No:
    CB606G
    M88048
    M88010
    88510
    HM803110
    HM803149
    HM803146
    HM88542
    308-LOE
    387-A
    382-S
    1625
    203FF
    307SL
    307L
    A6
    MNJ471S
    R1559-TV

    Manufacturer SKF
    HM88542

    Manufacturer: Precision U joint
    355
    315G

    Manufacturer: Morak
    TT1181
     
  2. BudW

    BudW Moderator Staff Member

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    The 315G U-joint is the small Chrysler (7260) on both sides (a popular FMJ part).

    The A6 is a front wheel bearing (C-body, older B-body and some pickup) (a popular part, but not for FMJ).

    The others I don’t recognize by the number.


    What I usually do is go to your favorite auto parts website and insert the part number (only). My favorite one is https://www.oreillyauto.com/ . Then type in a part number (like CB606G, for example).
    In this case I came to this:
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    From there, I scroll down to Compatibility:
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    It appears this part is for a Chrysler only (but I didn’t go any further than that).

    A lot of manufactures share the same part number. In some cases, one company might make a part and place in other company's boxes.
    BudW
     
  3. XfbodyX

    XfbodyX Well-Known Member

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    I simply right click, it turns blue and it says search bing and poof every part came up.

    Pretty simple to do ones own legwork.

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  4. volare 77

    volare 77 Well-Known Member

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    CB606G slant six rod bearings M88048 Differential pinion bearing 9.25" ring gear.
     
  5. slant6billy

    slant6billy Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Guys. I hope for a few "snow days" and build up an engine or two this winter with all these parts