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Old 04-18-2008, 03:21 AM   #1
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Junkyard parts list

Would like to put together a Samurai parts lsit for the junkyards, Pick n Pulls etc.

PM your parts, corrections, years to me and I will update the list:

Geo metro:
Extended brake lines
4cyl. have the Alumiunum Valve cover that fits the 1.3L (Thanks Hack) Look for LSI models.

Tracker/ Sidekick
5 speed front third member = 5.125 Ring and pinion gears
License plate holder w/ lights
Steering wheel bolts on
1.6 liter engines
8v
16v EFI years and what all needs pulled

Suzuki XL7
Manual - 4.30
Auto - 5.12

Grand Vitara and XL7 front R&Ps fit Sammy carriers without the need of cans and spacers

Chevy Sprint
2 row pulley for PS

Mercedes
Steering arms for OTT

V8 380SE 1984-85
V8 380SEL 1981-83
V8 420SEL 1986-91
V8 500SEL 1984-85
V8 560SEL 1986-91
I5 300SD Turbodiesel 1981-85
I6 300SDL Turbodiesel 1986-87
I6 300SEL 1988-91
I6 300SE 1989-91
I6 350SDL Turbodiesel 1990-91
I6 350SD Turbodiesel 1991

Coupes
V8 380SEC 1982-83
V8 500SEC 1984-85
V8 560SEC 1986-91


Jeep Cherokee
Rear spring hanger for DIY missing link
Under hood retractable light (87)

Ford F250-350(85-91)
Shock towers

[B]Ford F150 [B](Thanks WVhillbilly and Maddhatter)
Wheels 5 on 5.5 bolt pattern (?backspacing?)

Toyota
Power steering:
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Toyota Celica '78-81
(Pumps up to 05/81, 06/81+ pumps will not work)

The steering box can be off of the following vehicles:
Toyota Celica '78-81
Toyota Corona '78-81
Toyota Cressida '78-81"

Axles
Years and Models (front/rear)

Brake line extension: (Thanks Gollywomper)
Early to mid 80's toyota pickup rear brake hoses, approx 19" long on 4wd and 17" on 2wd. They are male-female so can be used as an extension.

Nissan 300zx
Rear brake calipers for rear disk brakes with e-brake (89)
Front brake lines fit sami rears extended (90-96) NAPA part #38688

VW Jetta GLI
Recaro Seats

GM
Alternators
http://www.madelectrical.com/electri...elcoremy.shtml

Chevy(Thanks Ismejoe231)
93 chevy truck rear hackles for yj missing links

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Old 04-18-2008, 09:44 AM   #2
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Throw the 2wd early 90s Tracker autotrans on the list. Get everything from the engine spacer, torgue converter, slip yoke for the rear of the trans, shifter assembly. It has a GMC plate on the driver side. Makes a great addition to the 16v conversion.
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Old 04-18-2008, 10:47 AM   #3
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1977 ford LTD hood
makes a nice car port when properly erected.
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Old 04-19-2008, 10:27 PM   #4
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Geo metro 4cyl. have the Alumiunum Valve cover that fits the 1.3L?
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rear 93 chevy truck shackles for yj missing links. I am sure there are other years but this is what I used.


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Old 04-19-2008, 11:57 PM   #6
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It's always good to find a almost complete old mini car so you have something to drive around on and test out new parts!


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Early to mid 80's toyota pickup rear brake hoses, approx 19" long on 4wd and 17" on 2wd. They are male-female so can be used as an extension.
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Got my wheels from an F150, they were aftermarket but the bolt pattern is the same. Center hole is smaller on stock wheel tho.
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Got my wheels from an F150, they were aftermarket but the bolt pattern is the same. Center hole is smaller on stock wheel tho.

Yep stock Ford is 3 1/4" (yes even 4x4's) and GM is 4 1/4"
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Ford Shock Tower PN E5TZ-18183-A if you can not find a used one.
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TracKick 2dr and 4dr caliper/rotor combos can be transplanted to a Samurai. 4 dr gives you larger caliper pistons and vented rotors.
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1977 ford LTD hood
makes a nice car port when properly erected.

especially info like this, invaluable to my buildup for sure!!

pics to come as my tarp just was blown over.
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grab 2 so they match the double wide
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i might just get crazy and do an old towncar hood. double wide is something to ponder though.
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Look in elotsip build thread. It might not be an eclipse....
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Old 01-07-2009, 01:24 AM   #21
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Found it!

Use a Subaru Impreza (1 1/16 dia) or Mazada 929 (1" dia.) Master Cylinder Metric fittings, low level switch, bolt on without mods and seals properly to the booster.

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Stolen from Rick's build... the only mod to make the subaru fit is lengthening the plunger by 14mm.
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For a new Samurai owner this list thread ROCKS! Giving me multiple ideas!

By the way anyone know of any wiper arm pivot assemblies that cross over to a 88 Sammy?
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Great info!! Is this a bolt on upgrade? Or do I need to make special brackets?
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Sweet! I gues I have more more stuff to pull from the junkyard than I thought.
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