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    Quote Originally Posted by EDD View Post
    They are missing a connector too...
    The other spade connector terminal is a separate part - #9 in the parts manual diagram I posted above.

    I'm unaware of any plunger style ground break switch that combines the two terminals within the switch housing. If you're aware of one, please post the reference.
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    lol They all sell half a switch then.
    Ed Uding's will work. The connectors will colliden with the others - plugs will not go on connectors. Not worth OEM price difference.

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    Steve, FYI. Our slave cylinder crosses over to a 1981 Renault Master Van. You can find it at RockAuto. It's more than what the Vendors charge, but the one I bought from DMC has developed a premature leak. I will report back when it gets installed. By the way it ships from England.

    http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,ca...,parttype,2044

    The good fellows over at the Eurotec forum found the cross reference.

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    Oh my: type Gates 21910 into Jegs' website and look what pops up:

    GatesHosexRef.jpg

    (I am in the process of replacing #5939's water pump. Only takes a couple of minutes to pop the manifold off, but removing all the hoses and other crap still takes just as long...).

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    Thanks Steve

    Quote Originally Posted by stevedmc View Post
    Here is the fancy smancy cross reference parts list I use and update. If anyone wants to look at my list for references please feel free to do so. I plan to keep the list updated as I replace parts on my car.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...rive_web#gid=1
    Steve, this is a great list. I dunno how or why I never saw it before now. I guess I just never bothered to open this thread. But now, I will keep a link to it nearby and handy. Thanks for putting it together.
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    Front Brake Hose Cross Reference

    Here's another part for the cross reference list:

    Front Brake Hoses:

    Centric 15061400; Raybestos BH 38542; (FRONT DMC Hoses Cross to the REAR Brake Hose from a 1977 Mercury Capri)

    The front hoses from a 77 Capri have the same fittings but they are about an inch and a half shorter than stock. The rear Capri Hose is about 0.25 inches shorter than stock. I installed the Centric's on my DeLorean before DCS14 and made the round trip without any problems. I purchased them from RockAuto for $8.78 ea plus shipping.

    Hope this helps!

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    Yesterday one of Drew's wheel studs got pretty messed up and had to be replaced.

    A quick Google search for a cross reference part came up with information on another forum that really wasn't all that helpful.

    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?61...specifications

    We didn't have time to special order a part. It needed to be replaced the same day.

    A quick visit to Autozone proved that other forum wrong.

    Dorman Part # 610-266.1

    http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...fier=2920_0_0_
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    Anyone have anything for radiator fan motors? Maybe something more efficient. The electric drain is immense when they kick on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou and "Boo" View Post
    Anyone have anything for radiator fan motors? Maybe something more efficient. The electric drain is immense when they kick on.
    Farrar was experimenting with some generic fans a while back but I don't think he ever installed them.

    Most people say the fans from Toby Peterson are the mac daddy fans. Last I talked to Heninger, he was supposed to be coming out with his version of the Toby fans but for a much better price. Heninger makes great stuff, period. I would look into his if you want a top notch product that draws less amps.

    It isn't currently listed on his site but I would give him a call or email him about it.

    http://deloreanupgradeparts.com/


    This reminds me, I really need to cough up the money and buy a set of his door torsion units. I don't need them now, but eventually I will need to replace my roof cage. It sure would be nice to have his torsion units on hand for when I do the job.
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    What's the link to Toby's fans?
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