Lots of Engine Parts

Sell all your Type IV Engine parts here.

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satchmo
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Lots of Engine Parts

Post by satchmo » Mon Sep 28, 2009 12:50 pm

I have a ton of Type 4 engine parts. Some are rare, others not. All parts are pretty much geared to the 72-74 bus. Most are used unless noted. Here is a list with prices. Shipping is extra. I can send you a picture of anything you like as long as you contact me with your email address.

If stuff doesn't get much interest here I will post on theSamba in a few weeks.

So here goes:

Perfect cylinder cover tin pieces - (SOLD)
Alternator cover tin - $10
Alternator boot - Gone
Alternator AL75X - $25
Heat booster fan - (Sold)
Engine cooling fan - $25
Oil Cooler w/ mounting bracket - $10
Oil cooler seal (goes on tin to seal against oil cooler) - Gone
Oil filter mount - $5
Oil filler tube with extension and cap - $15
Oil filters (new in box Mahle brand) - Gone
Oil pressure switch boot (new) - Gone
Inspection plate - Sold
Oil drain plate with screen and plug - $5
Throttle bar cross shaft for 73-74 dual carb set-up - $15 (SOLD)
Brake booster rubber elbows - new (Original VW 021-129-637C) - Sold
Brake booster elbows (new Meyle brand 021-129-637F) - Sold
Charcoal canister (oval, flows nice) - (SOLD)
Rubber elbows for charcoal canister to fan 021-129 639 - Gone
Remanufactured distributor w/ points (211-905-205Q) - $55
Dual vacuum cans (tested and working) - Sold
Adjustable dual vacuum can (way cool) - $35
Lots of dual carb parts/jets/cut-offs etc (inquire)
Walker brand dual carb rebuild kits - new - (SOLD)
Dual carb manifolds with phenolic spacers and gaskets- $15 ea
Engine carrier bar - $5
Engine mounting bushings - Gone
1700-1800cc crank - $25
Crank main seals (Viton) - $5 ea
Con rods for 1700-1800 engine - $25 for a set of 4
Piston pin bushings for con rods (new) - Gone
Solid lifter push rods - $30 for set of 8
Rocker arms/shaft assemblies for 1700cc engine - Sold
Swivel foot adjusters (new "pinto style") 8mm - Sold
Spring/wire for keeping push rod tubes in place - $5 ea
1800cc piston and cylinder set (30K miles on them) - Sold
Valve covers with bales - $5 ea
Valve cover gaskets (quality cork gaskets) - Gone
VDO CHT sender wire - $10 (SOLD)
***Type 4 thermostat (tested) - $70 (SOLD)
***Mechanical fuel pump with phenolic spacer - Sold

Tim
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First, by reflection, which is noblest;
second, by immitation, which is easiest;
and third, by experience, which is bitterest. -Confucius

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vistacruzer
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hey

Post by vistacruzer » Tue Dec 01, 2009 7:17 pm

i need the linkage for the throttle to carbs for katherine's bus do you have a complete setup?
71 bench 1915
70 wide lowered body rag top 2056 type4 DTM nothing stock if I could touch it.
Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional.

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Post by chitwnvw » Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:32 pm

This is kind of sad Tim. It's like your kids have moved out and you realize all the things that you will never have need of again. Vanagons and beyond for you?

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Re: hey

Post by satchmo » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:50 pm

71vistacruzer wrote:i need the linkage for the throttle to carbs for katherine's bus do you have a complete setup?
I have the crossbar for the 73-74 if that is what you need. PM me and I will send you a picture.

Tim
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First, by reflection, which is noblest;
second, by immitation, which is easiest;
and third, by experience, which is bitterest. -Confucius

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Post by satchmo » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:52 pm

chitwnvw wrote:This is kind of sad Tim. It's like your kids have moved out and you realize all the things that you will never have need of again. Vanagons and beyond for you?
I try not to get too attached to things. After all, I'm only visiting this planet. And I get around in a Vanagon, for now.

Tim
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First, by reflection, which is noblest;
second, by immitation, which is easiest;
and third, by experience, which is bitterest. -Confucius

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picture

Post by vistacruzer » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:43 pm

Throttle bar cross shaft for 73-74 dual carb set-up with new end cup - $15

how about sending a picture buddy :pirate:
71 bench 1915
70 wide lowered body rag top 2056 type4 DTM nothing stock if I could touch it.
Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional.

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satchmo
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Post by satchmo » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:47 pm

Thought I did. Trying again.
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Re: picture

Post by satchmo » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:56 pm

71vistacruzer wrote:Throttle bar cross shaft for 73-74 dual carb set-up with new end cup - $15

how about sending a picture buddy :pirate:
I sent you some. Check yer email in-box. Check the spam box too in case it got caught in the filter.

Tim
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First, by reflection, which is noblest;
second, by immitation, which is easiest;
and third, by experience, which is bitterest. -Confucius

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Re: Lots of Engine Parts

Post by Amskeptic » Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:07 pm

satchmo wrote: (1 ea) Crank main seals (Viton) - $5 ea
(2) Spring/wire for keeping push rod tubes in place - $5 ea
Still have these?
Colin

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satchmo
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Re: Lots of Engine Parts

Post by satchmo » Tue Jan 12, 2010 10:12 pm

Amskeptic wrote:
satchmo wrote: (1 ea) Crank main seals (Viton) - $5 ea
(2) Spring/wire for keeping push rod tubes in place - $5 ea
Still have these?
Colin
Yup. I guess I can't guarantee the seals are Viton. They are the Victor Reinz and that off orange color. Check my ad on theSamba (http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/ ... ?id=896532)

Tim
By three methods we may learn wisdom:
First, by reflection, which is noblest;
second, by immitation, which is easiest;
and third, by experience, which is bitterest. -Confucius

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