Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Anything that you can see under the hood, all underhood electrical, fuel, coolant and A/C.
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Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:07 am

1966 Parts List

Postby Willysnut1959 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:30 am

Here is the parts list and pricing that I have put together over the last three months for my '66 model. Hope this helps someone else from spending as much time as I did researching part numbers, and returning parts because they were not correct.

1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
• Oil Filter AC UPF58 or AC PF24 or Fram PF25 or Purolator L25288, $2.82, AC DELCO UPF58 ($2)
Original filters were AC PF-24, Purolator PER33 or PER 5
• Air Filter AC Delco 06421746 ($6.13) or Fram CA136 ($3.33)
• Fuel filter element Wix 33050
• PCV Valve AC Delco 19310783 (2.46), $2.85
• Valve cover grommet- Passenger Side (Not PCV) Airtex 2P1002
• Fan Belts $1.72, $2.43
• Spark plugs AC R44S(original) or R45S or R43S ($1.45), Bosch WR9FP($0.96)
• Radiator Hose Upper-AC Delco 88908707 ($13.58) Gates CH543 ($8.23), 387577 ($34.50), ($10.58)
Lower Continental 60677 ($11.93), 402155 ($35.50), ($13.72)
• Radiator Supports Steele 27-0092-48 (Need 2)
Steele 70-2232-48 (Need 2)
• Engine paint O’Reilly VHT SP403 Titanium Silver Blue
• Replace mat on driver’s floor board-McMaster Carr 6974T71 or 6974T75
• Transmission filter kit ATP brand B-40 (TH 425 turbohydramatic)
• Carpeting AutoMatStore.com $235.32 Color 9933 Ruby Red, Original carpet was 80/20 loop pile in “Plum” color #40
Stock Interiors.com-$168.95
• Headliner Auto Parts Warehouse PN 17703 - $179.95, Acme Auto Item # 661211PPV ($156.79)
• Carb Rochester Quadrajet 7026250(1966), Rochester Quadrajet 7027131(1967)
• Door gaskets Auto Parts Warehouse – PN 18860 - $85.95, Steele Rubber – PN 82-0050-72 - $121.30 / pr
Fusnick DW66ET -$89.50
• Trunk gasket Steele Rubber – PN 70-0773-84 - $38.00, TK4618 ($12.41)
• Window Seal Steele Rubber – PN70-1120-61 - $37.40 for 72”
• Roof Rail Weatherstrip Steele Rubber PN 82-0044-68 - $121.30 / pr., Fusnick RR66ET ($89.00)
• Quarter window seals Auto Parts Warehouse- PN 18328- $ 25.95, Steele Rubber –PN 70-0759-80 - $67.10
Fusnick QW670T ($43.00)
• Brake lines Inline Tube OTB6601 $185(SS) $202.35 w/ shipping
• Brake Master Cylinder Fusnick 36242 ($139.00), $38.91
• Brake hoses Front right – Dorman H36573 ($20.79), 36573 ($53.00),37.38
Front left – Dorman H36572 ($20.79), 36572 ($53.00), 37.38
Rear – Wagner BH143463 ($9.56), 15.09
• Brake cylinders Front rt –AC Delco 19109290 ($8.61), 37020 ($55.00), 8.59, Front lt. AC Delco 19109289 ($8.61),
37019 ($55.00), 8.59
Rear AC Delco 18029240 ($7.53), 37116 ($55.00), $8.46
• Suspension bushings PST
• Wheel Seal Front- 9078S ($19.50), Fusnick 9078S ($19.50x2)
• Wheel Bearing Front- WJB brand #WB907770 ($79.95)
Rear- (Outer) – National LM11949 bearing, National LM11910 race
Rear (Inner), NAPA PBR5, SKF BR5
• Muffler 2.25” in x 2” out x 7” x9” Dual Inlet, Dual Outlet
• Gas Tank Cap AC Delco 12F11 ($1.95)
• Heater Core Manufacturer-APDI Part# 9010328
• Fuel Pump Carter M4516 ($21.79)
• Window Motor Cardone 4211 & 4212 ($92.99), M3898 & M3899 $149.00
• Sway Bar Bushings AC Delco 45G0503 ($5.29) Wrong ones
• Stabilizer Bar Link Moog K700527 ($5.70)
• Power Steering hose Gates 362120 ($15.78)
• Body Mount Kit, 28 pc. Steele Rubber Products 70-3200-48 ($285.30)
• Control Arm Bushing, Lower NCP-2673299 ($40.49), FB319 ($14.99)
• Control Arm Bushing, Upper Moog 14073311 ($25.79/ pr.), $7.20, Moog K7006 (22.31 Ebay w/ FS) for 2
ACDelco 45G8010 (19.32 for 2), NAPA PCC12227 ($8.54), Autozone FB290 ($9.99)
• Control Arm Cam Bolt Kit AC Delco 45K18020 ($19.33 ea. X2), Moog K5266 ($14.21/ pr.)
• Steering Damper Gabriel 14010
• Shocks Front-KYB KG4501 ($25.89), $23.85
Front Gabriel 82010 Air Leveler
Rear Vertical Gas Shock– Gabriel 82040 ($19.99)
Rear Vertical Air Shocks –Gabriel 49122
Rear Horizontal- Gabriel 82139 (9-7/8” compressed x 13-7/8” extended)

Wiper Blade Anco 2018 (13.71), Valucraft VCB17 & VCB18
• Distributor Cap AC Delco 12363081 ($11.09)
• Points AC Delco 19106521 ($14.90)
• Rotor AC Delco 12338671 ($4.00)
• Plug Wire Set, HEI MPW 2933 ($20)
• Water Pump Cardone PWP 343 ($47.79)
• Brake Shoes, 2.75x11 Front- Raybestos 284PG ($32.79), 284PG ($85.00), $26.69
Rear Wagner PAB262 ($19.39), 262RR ($75.00), $17.93
• Brake drums AC Delco 18028387 ($59.79) NON-, $59.95
• Temperature sender AC Delco 12334869 ($14.04)
• Oil Pressure sender AC Delco 89057533 ($7.84)
• Heater Control Valve Four Seasons #74606 (3/8” MPT x 5/8” Hose)
• Thermostat Stant 13558 ($3.02), AC Delco 12T1D ($3.10)
• CV half shaft Surtrack GM 8111 ($64.99) $59.95
• CV Boot Fusnick 66-1005 ($33.00)
• Inner Bearing on Rear Axle Hyatt LM48548, NAPA # PGB PBR5
• Inner Seal on Rear Axle 18990 ($22.49), National # 1848377974
• Outer Bearing on Rear Axle Hyatt LM11545, NAPA # PGB PBR3
• Left side Output seal for CV shaft Applied GMC seal # Gm1-1.001.22 ($45) with two vent holes
• Rear axle leaf spring Lower, bushing- Steele 70-3344-35
• Motor mount Westar EM 2263 left ($6.86), Right EM2262 ($6.86)
• Front motor mount Applied GMC ($85)
• Transmission mount DEA/MRC A2378 ($3.03)
• Timing chain Cloyes 9149 ($15.03)
• Timing cam sprocket Cloyes 388094 ($11.09)
• Tires, P235-R75-15” or P255-R70-15 Firestone Destination LE2
• Battery tray- BT-6584 ($65.84)
• PVC Valve Cover Grommet- Yearone-
Final Drive Output Seal- Drivers Side, Applied GMC PN 1-1.001.22 ($45)
Correct Quadrajet Carb # 7026250- Replacement carb inlet- Dorman # 55141 ($17.99)

Fusnick Parts Order
• Rear Shocks 50230 ($69.50) x 2
• Front Wheel Seal 9078S ($19.50) x 2
• Roof Rail Weatherstrip RR66ET ($89.00)
Battery Tray BT-6584 ($65.84)

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby danifer » Tue Sep 04, 2018 8:41 am

This is really helpful. Thank you.

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:17 pm

Interesting. That's also the brand and part number from Rock Auto. Are you saying it's not the cv half shaft?

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby dnewhulk » Sat Sep 29, 2018 4:26 pm

I think this should be updated coz the prices should be higher by now.
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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Willysnut1959 » Tue Mar 05, 2019 3:20 pm

I found diameter of the axle where the bearing sits on the CV half-shaft (GM8111) to be smaller than my original part by several thousandths. Some other seal surfaces and threads were not the same, but not as significant problem as the wheel bearing. I sent it back and am trying to use my original part. Cardone would not rebuild my CV shaft. Constant Velocity in Florida, does not have a source for the inner CV boot on the early 1966 models. I have not found an inner CV boot that will work. Any parts source suggestion would be appreciated.

I don't think the Westar motor mounts (EM 2263 and EM2262) listed are correct for the Toronado's.

I have found that the parts listed as the anti-sway bar bushings (Delco 45G0503) are not correct

Marty in St. Louis, MO
1966 Toro Deluxe

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:07 am

hI mARTY,

I would contact http://www.appliedgmc.com This guy knows his stuff and rebuilds these parts for use in GMC motor homes. He also sells parts. I believe he has the correct boots, too. Ask for Jim, the owner. It's sometimes easier to talk to him than to find exactly what you need on the website.

I used a Speedi boot with a seam on the side that screws together since I did not have to remove the shaft. It works very well and seals tightly.
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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:25 am


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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Willysnut1959 » Wed Mar 06, 2019 10:06 am

Otto,
Thanks for the lead. I called Jim this morning and ordered the inner CV boot. If it fits, I order a second one. The part # was GM1-1.003.12. Jim was very responsive, knowledgable, and helpful.

On a side note, I wish we had more activity on this forum. I find it interesting that people in Australia and Germany are interested in our Toronados.
Marty, St. Louis, MO

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Mar 06, 2019 5:03 pm

Yes, when I first got on this forum in 2014 after I bought my Toro there was a lot more activity. It just seems to have died in the last year or so. Every now and then there's a spurt of activity.

What about rebuilding your CV axle? Are you going to send it to Jim or do it yourself? How about the wheel bearing issue?

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Re: Parts List with Part Numbers and Prices

Postby Willysnut1959 » Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:45 am

Otto,
FYI, I called Jim back and ordered the second inner CV boot.

First, I purchased a rebuilt CV shaft from NAPA. I found that the shaft diameter (where the bearing sits) was 0.005" less than my old shaft and I returned it to NAPA. I then gave NAPA my old shaft and asked them to send it to Cardone to be rebuilt. After about six weeks, NAPA called to say Cardone and a local CV rebuilder would not or could not rebuild it. I then contacted Constant Velocity who said they could rebuild it, but did not have a suitable, replacement inner CV boot. Constant Velocity said that the inner CV boot and inner joint on the early "66 models were different than later ones.

After separating the shaft from the two joints, I cleaned up the joints for inspection. A friend, who has experience in all things cars(and owns a Cord), looked at the joints and said that he did not think they were worn sufficiently to warrant a rebuild. With that, I researched NAPA's website and ordered inner and outer CV boots that I thought would fit. The outer CV boot from NAPA is too small on the big end, but I think I can stretch it to make it work. The outer boot (on the big end) was 3/4 " too small. That takes us up to my post on this forum looking for the correct size boot.

Since I am using my original shaft the shaft size (where the bearing sits) is no longer an issue.

Marty, St. Louis, MO
1966 Toro Deluxe


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