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Starter numbers

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G_Zink_us@yahoo.com

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When I searched the archives, I did not see any postings that listed
remanufactured starters and numbers. I recently had to purchase one
that's an exact match and in the process I obtained a cross reference
of 5 different manufacturers with valid part numbers. This should
help if, like me, you find the auto parts store cannot look up
vehicles past a certain age. Once I had the right number, my parts
store was able to just punch in the remanufacturer name and part
number and order it that way. The price was fantastic- cheaper than a
rebuild and a lifetime guarantee for only $37.99. I bought the
Worldwide(#16121) at Murray's auto parts which is a chain in my part
of the country. They offer lifetime warranties on almost everything
they sell. The prices were all over the place depending on
manufacturer, but with a lifetime warranty it doesn't really matter
who rebuilds it and its the same Lucas casing. Here are the part
numbers. Hope this helps when you need one.
Manufacturer Part#
-Worldwide 16121
-AC Delco 323-10
-AC Delco 323-1266
-Bosch SR192X
-Autolite 16121
-Surestart 16121

I can only guarantee the Worldwide part number because that's the one
I bought but this cross reference was from the same source so I'd be
99% confident that the other numbers are right also. I will also post
this to the "part substitution" list on the website.

Greg(starting strong again) Zinkosky, Michigan
67 Amphi(white)
 
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Ken Chambers

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Greg,

Thanks for posting the starter numbers. It's information like this that really
helps us all.

>
> Manufacturer Part#
> -Worldwide 16121
> -AC Delco 323-10
> -AC Delco 323-1266
> -Bosch SR192X
> -Autolite 16121
> -Surestart 16121

Ken Chambers, CA
'64 Amphi
 
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Greg

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Re: Re: Starter numbers

Most welcome. Now, has anyone ever found a replacement
U-joint for the drive shafts? I found a lot of
postings asking the question but no answer. I thought
I had one after measuring, working with a parts store
and a mechanic at the GM Proving Grounds where I work
but it turned out to be ever so slightly too large and
we ruined it trying to install it. We finally settled
for one without a greaser which means I'll be
replacing it again some day; so if anyone has found a
perfect fit, please post the manufacturer and number.
I can't believe there isn't one out there but I am
beginning to wonder because I had some very good
people going through books with extensive listings of
U-joints from numerous manufacturers and could not
find it.
--- Ken Chambers <kenneth3@concentric.net> wrote:
> Greg,
>
> Thanks for posting the starter numbers. It's
> information like this that really
> helps us all.
>
> >
> > Manufacturer Part#
> > -Worldwide 16121
> > -AC Delco 323-10
> > -AC Delco 323-1266
> > -Bosch SR192X
> > -Autolite 16121
> > -Surestart 16121
>
> Ken Chambers, CA
> '64 Amphi
>
>
 

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