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Does anyone have a current part no for timing case seal for g161 Bellett? Tried the two numbers this thread, no luck. :?:


Wed Oct 12, 2011 8:41 am
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Geoff,

I have a parts book at home, if you wish to ring m,e at home on the weekend I will checik it out for you??
I work in Sydney, only get home on weekends.
Dave M.

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Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:11 pm
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Ooops. 0412600469.

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Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:13 pm
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try this one 11312-037 noted as packing; timing cover cheers davo


Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:43 pm
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Hi Isabell Grand Tourer

If the seal is the same as the G150 motor, part no. is:

400810N

Burdsons Auto Parts stock them and they appear to be a common size. When installing it you will find it easier to heat the timining case in an oven at around 80 to 100 degrees C as they seem to be a tight fit. Find a good size socket as a drift and knock it into place. I found it a tight fit and hope I don"t have to remove it again.

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Thanks YP, will try that one tomorrow. Good to hear from you, thought you have droped over the edge.

Regards Geoff :)


Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:11 pm
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Geoff.

GM part number. 94020262, ISUZU is 5096250790 & 9099242960, CBC & REPCO c6539. ACL NJ014 or timing cover
kit ACL tc4 and just use seal. Put gaskets from kit in a place where you'll forget that you put them there, and you will
find them when you are looking for something else. Believe me. I'm doing it all the time.

Fits the following engines. g150 5 brg. mains, g160,161,161s,161z,180z,200z. As you can see,
very common in the Isuzu engines. Not sure if it will fit any of the DOHC engines. Would be surprised
if it doesn't.

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Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:17 pm
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hey dave how about a few shots of the convertible cheers davo


Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:42 am
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You will probably see it at Coona :shock:


Fri Oct 14, 2011 3:28 am
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Like your signature Dave, gotta keep all these Daves sorted.
What is it about Belletts & blokes called Dave?? Even my mate Dave who isn't particularly a fan of Belletts has managed to find 2, and a chopped Florian, in the local area where I haven't turned up any!

Show & tell, convertible Dave!
(Thanks for adding in the numbers)

Cheers, Matt.

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Fri Oct 14, 2011 11:14 am
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BULLITT.
Would like to accomodate all Bellett fanciers with a piccy of 'THE RED BARON', (That's what my late Mum referred
it as.) but I'm trying to steer this keyboard verrry slowly 'till I get the hang of using it. As Isabell Grand Tourer has
mentioned, all going well, as I have camcover leaks to fix and timing worries to handle, he will be there at Coona.

Your part number for packing,11312-037, is the gasket for the timing cover.( 3 main brg crank ). Not the seal.

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hi dave..dave ..here i have pulled out the parts list and the only otherparts are on page 11 is 11329-035 retainer felt ring and 0957-3050 felt ring ???the first part is shaped landhas two holes in the plate the second is a round ring is that it ?cheers davo


Fri Oct 14, 2011 10:44 pm
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The 3 brg has a felt seal with a plate that holds it in place with 2 or 3 screws. The later case does fit the early engine with a slight mod that has past from my hard drive :oops: .


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Hi Guys,
Thanks for the info, I have have now got the seal the part no.s from CQGT did the frick, took them to the local bearing place and put them on the counter and up hbe produced the seal.
Thanks Geoff


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Geoff,
Glad to be of assistance.
I have been collecting parts books on Isuzu for quite some time. These include LUV, Chev. LUV truck[America], UBS Jackaroo,Gemini Aust., PF 50-60 [Japan], as well as Bellett and Wasp. My occupation is spareparts in the auto industry.
I've been collecting any info on parts for Isuzu since about 1967. Be it sedan, ute, lite truck or heavy. More the smaller vehicle range..
Davo,
Your parts list must be for the early 3 brg crank engine. When isuzu upgraded the donk to 5 brg. there were a large amount of changes made. Front and rear seals for crank and also a re-designed 2 piece sump is only part of it.
Cheers.
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GQGT, Your informaton, along with all on this site is of great importance to keep these great cars running, again thankyou to all.
pearcesnr.


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