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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby John 1 on Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:36 pm

Just some info a genuine oil filter from Mitsubishi part shop for a 3.2 or 2.5 is $8 ok this is Thailand, so what the hell all your part's are coming from here so who's ripping off it can't be freight and tax.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:33 pm

We pay too much here, no doubt about it. If we had someone in Thailand to ship them to us we'd soon have quite a trade going on.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby tradieb on Thu Sep 01, 2011 9:13 pm

Hi all, i bought the Provent 200 from Western filters along with a fuel filter and oil filter last week. I explained to Dave i have the 3.2l ML. The part numbers i have are - Fuel Filter - 1770A053 (WE01-13-ZA5)
Oil Filter - WZ372

Now i understand he's the professional and i should trust him. My concern is, on the invoice it says
WCF104 Fuel filter 2.5 ltr t/diesel.

Does anyone know if 3.2 and 2.5 are the same?
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby tradieb on Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:50 pm

For the record Western Filters supplied incorrectly. They were very apologetic and have now fixed their computer listing.

Correct part numbers for 3.2 ML

Fuel Filter - WCF103 Ryco Part # Z679
Oil Filter - WZ372 Ryco Part # Z372
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:27 pm

Okay so I've done a bit of research lately on brakes and thought I might share some of the info I've come across. This seems like the thread to do it in. So as far as I can tell these are the relevant part numbers:

OEM rear drums - MB895470 (not 100% confident of this, but maybe 95% - pretty sure... :? :roll: ) I kind of read the part number off a photo on an L200 site in the UK so it's not the most authoritative source... If you google the number though it brings up stuff that suggests it's a match.

If the above is correct then the specs are:
Height : 93.2 mm
Inner Brake Drum Height : 75.8 mm
Diameter : 330.6 mm
Drum Diameter : 270 mm
Center Diameter : 108 mm
Pitch Circle Diameter : 139.7 mm
Num. of holes : 6
Style : Full Cast

OEM rear shoes - 4600A106
Bendix rear shoes - BS5018
Repco re-branded Bendix shoes RBS5018
Protex rear shoes - N3093
Protex rear drum - DRUM4111

OEM front pads - 4605A284
OEM front rotors - ?
EBC ultimax pads - DP1963
Bendix standard pads - DB1774
Bendix HD pads - DB1774HD
Bendix 4wd pads - DB1774/4WD
RDA pads - RDX 2053 SM (extreme/heavy duty/performance pads according to the ebay listing where I found these)
Protex pad - DB3108P
TRW pads - GDB3435

DBA standard rotor - DBA2208
DBA street series gold slotted and drilled - DBA 2208X
DBA 4x4 series slotted rotors - DBA2208SL and SR
DBA 4000 Series Slotted Rotors - DBA42208SL and SR
DBA 4000 Series gold, cross drilled and slotted - 42208XS
RDA slotted rotor - RDA7975 (these also come in plain non-slotted rotors from what I can tell but I couldn't find two different part numbers)
Protex rotor - DR12609

I think RDA may make a replacement drum too but I'm struggling to find that part number. I've left it empty above with a view to filling it in if I ever come across it.

Note that some of the DBA and Bendix products are available from Ultimate in the sponsors area if you're in the market.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Bundy Bear on Sun Feb 05, 2012 1:52 pm

I found the triton oil filter 1230a045 crosses to Ryco Z313
or
Baldwin Filters (American) BD28 that retails for $25.20inc
I have used Baldwin in everything I can (mainly tractors and machinery) for around 10 years and reckon they are pretty good.
They dont seem to have a cross for the other filters for my MN yet though

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:28 pm

There's a ryco air filter that fits. Obviously there's also a K&N and a unifilter as well - same filters as the ML model which makes things easier. Haven't looked up the fuel filters but will stick with genuine while ever I have warranty left on it.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby RHKTriton on Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:04 am

After ringing out local dealer the filters for the 3.2 came to $213.70 in gst.

The dealer that i'm going to get my 90k service done at quoted $ 188 !

After a ring around I have got the air filter for 34.75 at superchp (with trade discount) the fuel for 41 at Bursons and have ordered the Oil for $38.

Not bad for $114 and the gear is same or better quality.

So I have saved $ 100 with a few phone calls. Basically will work out that I get some of the fluids for free!
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby cookoy on Tue May 08, 2012 10:23 am

Aftermarket FIlters for the 2.5

Bosch Oil filter - OM036 / OF306
bosch fuel filter - DT513 / DF158

the boxes had two sets of product codes so i don't really know which one is used. But i've been using these filters for 2 years now and no problems. Plus they're ridiculously cheaper than the originals
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby veight on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:50 am

Ryco Filters for MN 2.5


MN Turbo Dies 4 2.5L 4D56 10/09-on
Oil : Z313
Air : A1512
Fuel:Z679

Just got a air filter from repco & fitted no problems.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby neville75 on Thu Jun 12, 2014 5:09 pm

I just bought a Mitsubishi oil filter for my mn glxr and not sure if they've given me the correct filter. Can anyone shed light on part number 1230A114? From memory previous oil filters that I've used were something like 123A045? Has there been a change in part numbers or am I just dreaming?
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Thu Jun 12, 2014 7:07 pm

There was a new fuel filter released recently? Haven't heard of a new oil filter though. Have a quick google though as they often have 4 different numbers for the same thing
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby neville75 on Thu Jun 12, 2014 7:12 pm

Thanks for the quick reply Dave. I'm having some fuel quality issues and have heard about the fuel filter. I think it might be a Challenger oil filter, presumably interchangeable with triton. Will confirm with the dealer tomorrow.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Thu Jun 12, 2014 9:06 pm

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby neville75 on Fri Jun 13, 2014 4:25 pm

Thanks mate, yep that's the one. Contorted myself underneath and it has that filter currently on it. cheers Nev
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:38 am

Repco rear wheel bearing kit - Repco bearing kit part no-WBK5105

Research suggests that:

This part can be used on:
MITSUBISHI
CHALLENGER
PB
2.5L 4D56T DOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Inj. 4cyl
TRITON

2.5L 4D56T-HP DOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Direct Inj. 4cyl
3.2L 4M41T SOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Inj. 4cyl
3.5L 6G74 SOHC-PB 24v MPFI V6
MK
2.4L 4G64 SOHC 16v MPFI 4cyl
2.8L 4M40 SOHC 8v Diesel Direct Inj. 4cyl
2.8L 4M40T SOHC 8v Turbo Diesel Inj. 4cyl
3.0L 6G72 SOHC-PB 24v MPFI V6
ML
3.2L 4M41T SOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Inj. 4cyl
3.5L 6G74 SOHC-PB 24v MPFI V6
MN
2.5L 4D56T DOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Direct Inj. 4cyl
2.5L 4D56T-HP DOHC 16v Turbo Diesel Direct Inj. 4cyl


Further research suggests that the rear bearings may also have some other non-genuine equivalents:

Bearing part numbers.JPG


No warranty on any of this being definitely correct so double check with your supplier before purchasing etc.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby har05l on Tue May 05, 2015 3:54 pm

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Tue May 05, 2015 4:41 pm

Handy to know. What did that set you back?
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby har05l on Tue May 05, 2015 5:18 pm

Cowboy Dave wrote:Handy to know. What did that set you back?


Most expensive rubber hose in the engine bay I think :shock:

$177 for general public

$158 for trade

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Tue May 05, 2015 6:07 pm

That sucks. $80 on amayama but once it's gone you can't really wait for postage from the uae to get it. Tempting to buy one as a spare.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby biggibbo on Tue May 05, 2015 9:32 pm

I have a spare tucked in the tub. I've learnt the hard way and always have a spare in the ute now. Where can I get the $80 one from Dave. I have resorted to Gaffa tape in the past to get out of trouble, and my current hose is stretched as I had to cut 2" off when it last split near the turbo.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Tue May 05, 2015 10:03 pm

http://www.amayama.com/

I've only used them once but they were pretty bloody good. You tell them what you want and then they send you a price and eta and you decide if you want to go ahead. My particular part came from somewhere in Sydney so I had it in only a day or two. The part was a genuine part though and arrived in the original Mitsubishi wrapper with sticker and all.

They list a lot of parts coming out of the UAE. My best guess on that is that they are connected to partsouq over there which is another impressive website to check out if you ever have a spare day or two.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby ag9111 on Wed May 06, 2015 8:21 am

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Cowboy Dave on Wed May 06, 2015 9:01 am

Yeah I'm pretty sure they did. I chucked the paperwork though. I also paid via PayPal so I got a PayPal receipt as well. They give you a written quotation by email first as well. They didn't seem like a fly by night sort of venture but I guess online appearances can be deceiving.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Snooozy on Sat May 16, 2015 11:48 pm

ML 3.2l
Radiator hoses from Repco (I think they are Mackay brand)
top CH5571 trade price $63
bottom CH5572 trade price $115 :shock:
Cabin filter ECA206C
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