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You guys have oem part numbers???

Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by mavtricks71, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. mavtricks71

    mavtricks71 Full Access Member

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    Just wondering if Anybody has a GM part number books...im looking for An original throttle cable for my 1986 k10 350. Aftermarket cables are junk
     
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    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Have you considered going with something fancy, like a Lokar cable?
     
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    Or call a Chevy dealer and ask parts if they can get it(if not at least get the p/n).

    I know they don’t produce the oem parking brake cables anymore.
     
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    kinda wanna stay stock...First ill call the Dealership tomorrow....if it's not available ill search for NOS and just leave the crappy pioneer cable in for now.
     
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    I understand your dilemma. A friend had an '84 K10 a couple years ago, with an aftermarket throttle cable. That cable was absolute garbage.
     
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    I converted mine to mechanical and I haven’t looked back yet
     
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    What makes them so bad?
     
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    They don't fit snuggly into the firewall like that original and the pedal is harder to push down.
     
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    Oh... I see now. Only thing relateable I bought aftermarket was a Hood Release latch. But I think I will keep it as a spare now, Since i Have a same year parts truck that has a good one.
     
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    Yeah, and it's doubly worse because you have to run a tighter spring so the cable doesn't hold the carb cracked open.
     
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    OEM P/N is 25515839 - real hard to source these days.

    These vendors show 1 and 2 in stock (respectively):

    Craig Motors -Napa Gm
    NAPA, CA 94559
    800-224-8111


    Dan'S Obsolete Gm Parts
    Chinook, MT 59523

    406-357-2615

    I wouldn't get your hopes up however - posted stock levels often don't exist.

    Pages from 3 - Fuel - Air & Exhaust.JPG
     
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    I appreciate my friend....and yes sourcing Original parts is extremely tough.
     
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    Does anyone have the OEM Part numbers for Cab/Body Mounts?
     
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    Nice to see that page posted above by chengny!

    Not that you need it here, and not easy to use, but I have looked up all kinds of OE part numbers for my 82 C10 at GMpartsWiki.com, and found a few by googling them. Actually bought one part from a Buick dealer on the east cost, and another from a Corvette parts company.

    FYI, RockAuto.com shows ATP #Y267 and Pioneer #CA8500 for 86 K10 with 350. The GM number referenced is 25515839. I have found Pioneer products in general to be pretty good quality.

    Interesting that the Ac Delco catalog shows the TV cable but not the accelerator cable. ???
     
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