What timing belts and gaskets should i get?


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What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby crimsonwing » Fri Apr 01, 2016 1:10 am



Doing the poor boy and don't know when my timing belts were last serviced so im gonna do them. Any recommendations? also im sure i will need a new belt cover gasket, please let me know what you think!



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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby deanbw » Fri Apr 01, 2016 1:32 am

belts - NAPA - #250070, Gates - #5043 or #T070, Goodyear - #40070
unless they are bad I wouldn't bother with the timing cover gaskets, they are really just a anti rattle - dust seal, even more so once you cut a hole in the cover anyway

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby crimsonwing » Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:51 pm

thanks deanbw!! big help!!

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby deanbw » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:12 pm

This is a list from another site, may be of some help in future.....
Timing Belts
GL1000 & GL1100 (requires 2)
Honda part #14400-371-04/14400-371-14
Gates #T274
NAPA #250274
Goodyear Gatorback #40274 (AutoZone & others)GL1200 (requires 2)
NAPA #NBH 250070
Gates - #5043 or #T070
Goodyear - #40070GL1500 (requires 2)
Gates - #T275
NAPA - #250275
Goodyear - #40275
Radiator HosesNapa #7733 ($16.95) does both top & bottom
Gates - #21008 does both top & bottom
AutoZone - #B70834 ($9.95) does both top & bottom
Fits 1973 to 1979 Honda Civic
(may need new screw clamps, my stock ones worked okay)
Radiator Cap -- Standard style with 13 Lbs pressure, any auto supply storeNAPA/Belkamp #703-1445 (2/27/13, new #703-1697) or STANT #10229
Murray #7713
In Canada, Benson Auto Parts, Stant #10229
Thermostat
NAPA #101
Stant #13868
Murray #3868
Fan Thermo Switch
Borg Warner Thermo Switch #TFS500
Direct OEM replacement for GL1000 thru GL1500
(Also, many Civic, Accord and Acura models) Try Napa or O'Reilly. About $23-$26
Oil Filter - GL1000, GL1100 & GL1200
Honda Part #15410-426-010, 15410-422-004
AMSOil SMF-101
FRAM #CH6009 (comes with both o-rings)
K&N KN401
Napa #PS4940
Purolator #ML16809
STP SMO-09
WIX #24940

Cam Seals Honda part #91209-371-003, Oil Seal (27X43X9)
Napa #ATM 2117994, Altrom
Beck Arnley #052-2755, AutoZone
Note: x3 on 1000s and x2 on GL1100s.
Fel-Pro #TCS 45718 (comes with 2 seals per set)
Signal Flasher
NAPA #552 flasher relay, 2 pole
Tridon EL12 at most autoparts stores ~$10 electronic flasher, stops slow/fast flashing. Try the 552 first.
Front Crank Oil Seal GL1000 & GL1100
NAPA #13954 (35x55x8)1200 & 1500
Part #91201-MN5-003 (Discontinued #91201-MG9-005)
Numbers on the seal are "A 8 SD 35 59 8 L HS". Measures 35 x 59 X 8Also: Crank Seal, GL1000 and GL1100:
Timken P/N 223542, tapered (self-centering), cheaper
National P/N 223542, non-taperUsed as: 1993 Infinity J30 rear differential seal. Most auto parts stores.

Rear Oil Seal for the clutch lever
NAPA #5410 Transeal, made by SKF 14x24x6
Valves, Intake/Exhaust Parts'n'More 10 and 15 bucks each respectively.

Spark Plugs - (1000, 1100) Stock is NGK D8ES.
D7EA or ND X22ES-U for cold climate
D8EA or ND X24ES-U for standard operation
D9EA or ND X27ES-U for extended high speed operation
GL1200: NGK # DPR8EA-9 (Gap .035")
Spark Plug Boots
NAPA part # NGW8072
Serviceable Fuel Filter from SpectreO"Reilly's Auto Parts, p/n 6932, about $10
Hall's Speedshop online
chasdog says, "I wrapped a piece of rubber around it to protect it and keep it snug - works great and you can clean it AND replace the filter element ... YES the filter elements are very easy to find - (O'Reilly's) keep them in stock - 3 to a pack."
Copper Squash Gaskets (exhaust header) - 1000, 1100, 1200
NAPA; Fel-Pro part number 60567 or 12-1002.
The automotive applications are 1976-84 Honda 1.3, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.8 liter 4 cylinder engines. May also fit some 1991-95 Nissan 4 cylinders. Thanks to sunnbobb in this thread.
Regulator/Rectifier
Shindengen - #FH008EB, from 04-07 CBR1000RR and CBR600RR.
"This is a true series regulator, it does not work by shunting current like all [of Honda's] previous models." Get more info in this post by socrace.
Wheel Bearings - GL1000 & GL1100Front - 6302 2RS (x2)
Rear - Takes a 6204 2RS & a 6304 2RS
Readily available from any bearing distributor.
Swing Arm Bearings - GL1000 & GL1100P/N 30203, requires 2.
Readily available from any bearing distributor.
Head Gasket Job, Part Numbers, our thanks to Alwing17 for these.
Qty - - - Part # - - - - - Description
2 -- 12251-371-306 -- gasket, head
2 -- 12328-371-000 -- gasket, cyl head cover
2 -- 19429-371-306 -- gasket, water elbow
2 -- 91308-371-003 -- o-ring, oil orifice(small)
2 -- 91305-371-003 -- o-ring, oil orifice(large)
4 -- 91301-MB6-003 -- o-ring, coolant tube
4 -- 18291-386-306 -- gasket, exhaust
4 -- 91301-371-005 -- o-ring, intake manifold
1 -- 91256-096-651 -- seal, tach cable
1 -- 12390-371-405 -- insulator, fuel pump housing
3 -- 91209-371-003 -- seal, camshaft
8 -- 12209-MB9-003 -- seal, valve guide
** And timing belts, oil, silicate-free coolant, as well as a thermostat. The cam seals and valve guide seals are needed if you choose to lap your valves while the heads are off.
Speedo/Tach Rubber Seals, Honda #37235-323-700 (fits 1000 and 1100)
Western Honda Part #5 on the fiche . . . $11.36 each
CMS NL product #37235323700 . . . € 10.00 each

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby crimsonwing » Mon Apr 04, 2016 5:19 pm

i dont think i can ask you for any more info hahahahaha!! thanks so much!!! :D

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby deanbw » Tue Apr 05, 2016 11:39 am

crimsonwing wrote:i dont think i can ask you for any more info hahahahaha!! thanks so much!!! :D

your welcome, although some of that list is 1000 - 1100 there are some things for the 1200 on there as well.

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby crimsonwing » Wed Apr 06, 2016 5:19 pm

hey all so i called about 6 different autopars stores and none of them have any of the compatible timing belts. they DO however say that the gates T070 has "crossed" to a dayco 95070. should i use it? its the only one they all seem to have in stock.

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby deanbw » Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:13 am

The dayco will work fine. Here is the list of cars the belt fits, it may help you look for one. This is a Gates box, I bought mine online.

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Re: What timing belts and gaskets should i get?

Postby crimsonwing » Thu Apr 07, 2016 4:32 am

thanks! i already used the dayco




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