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Re: Triple Diamond Logo [Re: PHIL_] #766226 04/05/07 06:05 AM
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Pajerist Offline

red colour plastic for grill

Front ball joints [Re: redbull] #766227 04/06/07 11:46 PM
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Rooman Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Hi Guys,
Front right ball Joints for a '92 Pajero LWB.
Rock Auto parts: Upper right side K9753
Lower left side K9755

1991 JDM Pajero 2.5TD 4 Door
Re: Front ball joints [Re: Rooman] #766228 05/24/07 01:42 AM
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torquemonster Offline
Body Damage is Cool
[color:"red"] Contitech Timing belt kit part #'s [/color]

Timing belt kit # - CT517K1
Balance shaft belt kit # - CT714K1

each kit comes with the belt, and spring tensioner/pulley

Re: Front ball joints [Re: torquemonster] #766229 08/09/07 05:19 AM
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Jonno Offline
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Front brake pads for a 91 Pajero


although the part number is for metalic pads it will be easy for a shop to cross reference off this number. I changed the rear pads about 6 months ago and just used the spec pads for a 92 montero.


Re: Pajero 4D56 Parts Cross-Reference List! [Re: PHIL_] #766230 08/23/07 06:06 AM
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Getting the Wheeling Fever

Last edited by PHIL; 11/12/07 07:24 AM.
Re: Pajero 4D56 Parts Cross-Reference List! [Re: VERRELLI] #766231 08/23/07 03:26 PM
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Roll Me Over
Rotor Part #'s
4885926 if equiped with single piston calipers
4886687 early GenII with dual piston calipers
4886690 later GenII no dimensional difference, other than discard specification (minimum thickness) May have something to do with ABS availability, not sure.

Caliper Part #'s
14263069 L single piston
14263070 R " "
14264009 L dual piston
14264010 R " " These 2 #'s are also a good brake upgrade if you have the single piston's up front. They come with the brackets to direct swap, as well as the pads.

Recommended Tranny fluid is 3 diamond from the Stealer, however, I've used Valvoline Max-Life ATF with no issues.
Let me know if any more #'s are needed, I'm bored at work today *YAWN* <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />

Fasteddy's advice is occasionally sound...
Re: Pajero 4D56 Parts Cross-Reference List! [Re: hazy_daze] #766232 08/24/07 08:05 PM
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redbull Offline
Body Damage is Cool
No difference with front and rear?

1991 Mitsubishi Pajero XP TD LWB family hauler.
Re: Pajero 4D56 Parts Cross-Reference List! [Re: redbull] #766233 08/24/07 09:34 PM
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hazy_daze Offline
Roll Me Over
NAPA #'s
Rear rotors

Rear Calipers
14264011 Left Rear
14264012 Right Rear


Hope it helps <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />

BTW, these #'s are for 92 US-spec Montero's, which will be the same on ya'll's 91+ Pajero's <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Fasteddy's advice is occasionally sound...
Re: Pajero 4D56 Parts Cross-Reference List! [Re: PHIL_] #766234 10/03/07 01:24 AM
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PHIL_ Offline OP
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In order to keep this particular thread as useful and uncluttered as possible, I would urge all to re-read the guidelines at the top, re-referenced here:

-Try to refrain from chat/conversation in this thread - if you need to comment, make a separate post.
-If someone has already posted with a part number, and you have another number to add for the same part, PM me, and I'll edit/add it to their post (since your edit priveleges on your own thread expires after a short time). This will keep the part types together.
-Don't post your cross-ref number unless you have either used it, or have it on reliable info, i.e. Mitsubishi's CAPS program, etc
-Try to include the retailer where the part is available, if applicable.
-Turn OFF your signature PLEASE (just for this thread only)

signature is on by default: please turn it off in this thread

The format we will use is:

Part name:

Part Brand and Number (retailers name)

If everyone doesn't follow this, the thread will eventually get mired down in offshoots and questions, when the idea of it is to keep it short and simple, so if you're looking for something, you can find it quickly.

If you're looking for a number that's not here, post it as a separate question. Once you find it, and try it, post your numbers on this thread, so others can benefit. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


Pitman Arm [Re: PHIL_] #766235 11/12/07 07:29 AM
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PHIL_ Offline OP
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Pitman Arm

Moog K9752 (as spec'ed for LHD 92 Montero): Auto Parts Plus

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