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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


    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

    Attached Files:

    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.

    NSK -35BWD14
    oem 28016-TA000

  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?
  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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