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various Type IV engine parts for sale

Post by Sluggo » Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:05 pm

I have all sorts of type 4 engine parts.

Tin
Pushrods & tubes
Heads
Rocker Arms
Connecting Rods
Support Bars
Carbs
& lots of other stuff

Let me know what you need and I'll send you pics. Price is based on condition. I'm also willing to trade
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
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Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
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Post by dingo » Tue Oct 03, 2006 7:59 pm

What sort of carbs do you got ?
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Post by chitwnvw » Tue Oct 03, 2006 8:24 pm

What sort of manifolds do ya got?

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Post by Sluggo » Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:40 am

chitwnvw wrote:What sort of manifolds do ya got?
What kind do you need. I've got several different manifolds.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Re: various Type IV engine parts for sale

Post by jrbo » Fri Jan 11, 2008 1:42 pm

Sluggo wrote:I have all sorts of type 4 engine parts.

Tin
Pushrods & tubes
Heads
Rocker Arms
Connecting Rods
Support Bars
Carbs
& lots of other stuff

Let me know what you need and I'll send you pics. Price is based on condition. I'm also willing to trade
Do you have the drivers side lower tin.The one thats under the pushrod tubes.?? Also the back piece that goes near the tranny and engine area??Near the firewall? If you do please..email me..
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Post by Sluggo » Thu Feb 07, 2008 10:51 am

Sorry I didn't respond. I've been incredibly busy. If you want to wait a few more weeks I can look for you. Let me know.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Post by rustybutterknife » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:40 pm

Got any hydro. lifter steel pushrods?

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Post by Sluggo » Wed Oct 21, 2009 4:47 pm

rustybutterknife wrote:Got any hydro. lifter steel pushrods?
I do. But, considering the condition of the engine they are pulled from, I wouldn't trust them. Is there a way to check if they are good besides rolling them. I'm well versed in solids but never really had to deal with hydros any farther than disassembly so I'm not sure.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Post by Manfred » Thu Oct 22, 2009 6:26 am

Do you have any bottom engine tin. I believe I need the drivers side type IV.
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Post by Sluggo » Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:34 pm

Manfred wrote:Do you have any bottom engine tin. I believe I need the drivers side type IV.
I don't have those. I have at least 2 of everything except those and the under head/cylinder tin.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Post by Manfred » Mon Oct 26, 2009 11:31 am

A friend needs the heating pipes they go from the heat exchangers into the heating system.

http://www.busdepot.com/details.jsp?par ... 71256051PR
1978 Westy FI
hambone wrote:Some times ya gotta wing it.

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Post by Sluggo » Mon Oct 26, 2009 6:27 pm

Manfred wrote:A friend needs the heating pipes they go from the heat exchangers into the heating system.

http://www.busdepot.com/details.jsp?par ... 71256051PR
I have those. I can't believe they charge $139! I'll be at the building where I keep my parts next Monday. I'll take some pics and post then. I'm thinking $50 for the set. OG of course.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Post by Manfred » Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:39 am

Sluggo wrote:
Manfred wrote:A friend needs the heating pipes they go from the heat exchangers into the heating system.

http://www.busdepot.com/details.jsp?par ... 71256051PR
I have those. I can't believe they charge $139! I'll be at the building where I keep my parts next Monday. I'll take some pics and post then. I'm thinking $50 for the set. OG of course.
Sweet. I'm sure I'll take them.
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Post by Sluggo » Mon Nov 02, 2009 2:47 pm

Couldn't make it to the building today. I'll try and stop by this week. If nothing else I have to be there Saturday to make up for today.
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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Post by Sluggo » Tue Nov 10, 2009 3:47 pm

Parts are dirty but in good shape.

elbows
[albumimg]2904[/albumimg]



Right one is taken. Missing 1/2 the arm.
Flappers
[albumimg]2905[/albumimg]
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1977 Bus with Sunroof - "Lucky '77"
2000cc Type IV w/Dual Weber 36s,
Aircooled.net SVDA w/Compufire,
Redline Weber Fuel Pump,
Holley Regulator,
Half Ass Brush & Roller Rustoleum Paint Job,
Incomplete Custom Interior,
Dual Batteries,
Crunched Slider Door.
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