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Subaru Sambar specs/ interchange part #'s

Discussion in 'Subaru Sambar References' started by Timetripper, May 9, 2008.

  1. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    Note: This list pertains to 1991 Subaru Sambar KS4 4wd truck SC - parts may fit other years/ models as well.

    Here is a list of oem part #'s and aftermarket equivalent #'s

    Subaru Oil Filter oem # 15208-KA010
    Nippon Filter # B6Y1 14 302 or 302A
    Aftermarket use listing for Mazda RX-7 / RX8 or Miata
    or Subaru Impreza or Subaru Legacy oem #15208-AA080

    Oil Filter Specs:

    Contain: Anti-Drainback Valve 20-25 PSI Bypass Valve

    Thread: M20P1.5

    Length: 64

    OD: 68

    OEM: RF01-23-802 15208-AA080

    B6Y1-14-302A 8651-14-302

    B630-14-302 B631-14-302

    FEYO-14-302 FE3R-14-302

    15208-KA00 15208-KA010

    Air Filter:

    OEM Part # - 16546-KA160.162 ?

    Aftermarket [Auto One brand] # SA-1114

    Timing Belt:

    OEM Part # - 13160-KA100/KA110 ? or possibly 13160-KA140

    Aftermarket # 104B-YU16 [TB018 Bando Brand #]
    Gates # 77104x16 T-894/T-1120
    Other OEM #'s: A327YU16MM 13028-KA090

    Section: Y

    Pitch Width (mm): 8

    Tooth Height (mm): 3.11

    Belt thickness (mm): 5.21

    Timing Belt Tensioner:
    OEM #: 13070-KA073 ?
    Aftermarket #: [Koyo Brand] BG-F032/ 77003/ PU265920RK1DY8/ FGGK7

    Battery:

    From Yuasa site:

    Battery Type: 40B19L

    Plate/Cell: 9
    Capacity AH (5 hr): 28
    Capacity AH (20 hr): 35
    Cranking Performance (Amps 0ºF): 275
    Reserve Capacity Minutes (80ºF): 52
    Dimensions: 7 3/4" x 5 1/16" x 8 15/16"
    Shipping Weight Dry: 14.1 lbs.
    Volume of Acid: 91.7 oz.
    Amps: 3.5

    Note: Battery Posts are "pencil" type - skinny!

    Specs to follow in another post.

    See attached drawing of Timing Belt cross section below to go with specs above
     

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    Last edited: Sep 3, 2008
  2. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    Usefull post--Thanks:D
     
  3. courtp

    courtp New Member

    Wheel/hub bearings

    Does anyone know where to find front hub/wheel bearings for a 91 subaru sambar. Thanks
     
  4. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Gold Supporting Member

    I think they are somewhere behind the wheels. ;)
     
  5. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    Too funny===:rolleyes:
     
  6. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Moderator


    i repair a lot of odd-ball machinery, and more often than not i just go down to the local bearing house with a sample to match it up. they stock most sizes of timken style bearings and they usually have the grease seals too.

    the place i deal with is called Bearing, Belt and Chain (guess what they sell?)... but they have drive belts and drive chains as well, it's realy a great resource when i don't want to deal with manufacturer import delays and mark-ups.
     
  7. courtp

    courtp New Member

    Yeah, minibrutes isn't smart enough to know he was being funny.

    Thanks, LawnGC, I did picked some up at US Bearing.

    Here are some part #'s and size for the front wheel bearings for a subaru sambar. Oddly enough they weren't behind the wheels at all, they were right in the middle.


    BWF-35013
    NSK -35BWD14
    oem 28016-TA000

    size:
    35x65x37
     
  8. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    courtp, Thanks for bringing your findings back to the forum:)
     
  9. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    More part #'s

    1991 Sambar KS4 S/C

    Serpentine belts:

    Alternator uses Bando 4PK670

    Supercharger uses Bando 4PK735
     
  10. eeric

    eeric Member

    anyone knows the cross reference for the brake rotor for sambar KV4?
    thanks!
     
  11. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    Another part # for the list

    Exhaust Temperature Sensor - lets you know if your Catalytic Converter is overheating.
    Orginal Subaru Part # 88051-TA060
    After Market Part # FJTF-0501
    Good for model year 90/03-98/12
    KS3,4 + KV3,4
     
  12. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    Oil change info

    Oil type: 10W30 by SAE or SJ by API
    Quantity: 2.8 Litres with out stock filter/ 3.0 Litres with stock filter change
    Applies to all '90 -'99 EN07 engines w or wo SC 660cc
     
  13. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    Has anyone(tripper?) tried the crossover t-belt yet?
    I want to change all my timing belts and also will do cam seals as needed-how about a seal crossover:confused:
     
  14. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    The guys at Japanoid supplied me the Aftermarket # 104YU16 [TB018 Bando Brand #] belt.
    I haven't installed it yet. It came with the tensioner listed [Koyo Brand] BG-F032

    Quote: "timing belts" ? You got more than one?:D

     
  15. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    :frustration:I have 4 Sambars right now,I meant all of the trucks
    there is a block between my thoughts and what actually gets typed-thanks for catching it:sly:
     
  16. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    That was to good to pass on a comment.:p
     
  17. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    Wheel hub diameter

    More info: Sambars circa 1991 need a rim with a bore hole of 59.1mm

    This size is used by the Nissan Sentra, NX, Pulsar and 200SX yrs: late 80's thru late90's
    There are both 13" and 14" dia rims available in these models.

    Also for consideration is the Kia Spectra yrs: 94- on
    These rims were also were available in 13" & 14" diameter

    Note: ****Bore hole is only 56.1mm***** on these rims
    so they will have to be machined to fit hub.

    See post #24 by Tom's Mini Trucks for a fairly comprehesive list
    of rim specs from oems that could fit this truck
    ------>>>>> http://www.minitrucktalk.com/showthread.php?p=16611#post16611
     
  18. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    Let's take a 1990 sentra rim-how does the offset compare to a stock Sambar wheel:confused:
     
  19. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    Supposedly the stock rim is a 40mm offset, I say supposedly because the info were I got this was
    wrong on the bore hole - it had it listed at 58mm and it is not for sure.
    Just measured mine this a.m. Also the Kia rims I picked up are 45mm offset so I will see how this works,
    at least I have the option of shimming them out to 40mm if needed.
    I probably won't get the tires for awhile [$$$] so stay tuned for a update later on.
     
  20. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    Just a note---
    bought the TB018 Bando Brand timing belt,and it crossed up to a T018 which is the wrong belt.
    And yes the cross up may be incorrect,or the first # incorrect.
     

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