Cross reference part numbers


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fcanary
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Cross reference part numbers

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I seem to remember when I bought my 1200 back in 2014 that I saw on this site somewhere all the cross reference numbers for auto parts that would fit on my 1200. It came in super handy when I did my timing belts and replaced the thermostat and radiator hoses. I remember there were a bunch of numbers for several parts. Anyway, as I pick up my “new” ‘91 tomorrow I’d love to see a cheat sheet similar to that that would help saving me from the expensive “mother” Honda parts. I’m not saying cheap Chinese made parts as I don’t want to take the chance of putting in something that if it breaks will damage something else. Such as a quality made thermostat at NAPA for ten bucks rather than “mother” Honda for 40 bucks. I don’t think of it as being cheap as my sons would suggest :D, I think it’s being frugal as I was taught by my Depression era parents. Hey any buck saved now will allow more parts bought in the future



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Re: Cross reference part numbers

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Here is a list of some things I have in my notes about aftermarket parts for the GL1500.


Timing belt numbers for the GL1500
NAPA part # 250275
Gates part # T275
Goodyear part # 40275

Radiator Cap GL1500
Stant 11233
NAPA 703-1406

Thermostat GL1500 (180°)
Stant 45368 if it's in a box or 65368 if it's a blister pack
NAPA 533080 (made by Stant)
Carquest 61068

EBC Brake Pads & rotors GL1500
FA124/2 Front pads
FA69/3 Rear pads
MD1126LS Left front rotor
MD1126RS Right front rotor
MD1077 Rear rotor

Honda OEM Pads GL1500
Front brake pads 45106-MT8-305
Rear brake pads 06435-MT8-405

Oil Filter GL1500 & GL1800
Bosch 3300
Purolator Pure One PL14612
Fram 6017A
AC Delco PF2135
Carquest 85358
NAPA Gold 1358
WIX 51358
STP PH2876 or S6607

Fuel Filter GL1500 3/8" inlet & output
NAPA 3003
WIX 33003

Bearings GL1500
GL1500 Rear Wheel (6204RS (driveshaft side) and 6304RS (disc side)
GL1500 Front wheel Koyo 28-6302 or equivalent (usually 6302RS)
GL1500 Alternator Bearings NSK 6000DU

Filters (Honda)
Sub Air Cleaner Filter - Part # 17253-KT8-000
Cruise Element Filter - Part # 36532-MN5-005

GL1500 Radio bulbs
Cyclemax Part # CM1019 (GL1800 radio bulb works in 1500)
Toyoto Part # 90010-09017A

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Re: Cross reference part numbers

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That’s exactly what I was looking for....thank you!

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Re: Cross reference part numbers

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fcanary wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 2:16 pm
I seem to remember when I bought my 1200 back in 2014 that I saw on this site somewhere all the cross reference numbers for auto parts that would fit on my 1200. It came in super handy when I did my timing belts and replaced the thermostat and radiator hoses. I remember there were a bunch of numbers for several parts. Anyway, as I pick up my “new” ‘91 tomorrow I’d love to see a cheat sheet similar to that that would help saving me from the expensive “mother” Honda parts. I’m not saying cheap Chinese made parts as I don’t want to take the chance of putting in something that if it breaks will damage something else. Such as a quality made thermostat at NAPA for ten bucks rather than “mother” Honda for 40 bucks. I don’t think of it as being cheap as my sons would suggest :D, I think it’s being frugal as I was taught by my Depression era parents. Hey any buck saved now will allow more parts bought in the future
It's an ongoing post, at the very top of the Reference forum: Cross-reference Part Numbers

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1991 1500 Interstate

Re: Cross reference part numbers

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Thank you very much sir. Much appreciated.



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