1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Where to get Parts For Suzuki- year unknown

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by IndianaJason, Jul 1, 2019.

  1. IndianaJason

    IndianaJason Member

    Here’s the numbers stamped into drivers side fender inside cab -

    DD51B - 200024

    Need :
    -Water pump kit. (Timing belt etc?)
    -Front CV Joints (come as complete axle???)

    Where is the best source for these parts and what exactly do I need?
    Water pump went out
    Front CV joints clicking

    Also did anyone ever develop a good working rear locker for these?

    If so where?
    If not where could I buy a locking rear end to swap into mine?


    Water pump went out 6-7 years ago been parked ever since. :(
  2. IndianaJason

    IndianaJason Member

  3. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    Megazip.net to find the parts. Use Impex Japan or Amayama to find them cheaper.
  4. IndianaJason

    IndianaJason Member

    Been away from all things mini truck for years now..... not as much available as I recall there being.

    I’ve found water pump kits & other parts from the Philippines. Are those parts coming from there any good?
  5. IndianaJason

    IndianaJason Member

    I don’t see anything for DD51B. Only DD51T?
    What’s the difference or why isn’t mine listed?

  6. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

  7. IndianaJason

    IndianaJason Member

  8. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    DD51B is a special use heavy duty truck in 4x4. Usually this is a dump truck but there were a lot of options to get the heavy chassis. Everything should be same as DD51T except the rear brakes are bigger and they still can be found
  9. native

    native Member

    G&R imports out of Missouri have a lot of parts
  10. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    You pay usually a 100% premium for parts from USA suppliers, and there are ways to cross some parts to USA spec parts.. Case in point, some of the DD51T clutch discs are the same as the Geo Metro. The pressure plate is different but you don't 'need' it unless it's gernaded.. The 660cc Jimny, Alto and Cappucino all use the same distributor cap/ rotor, and those parts are same as Geo Metro too

    Niparts.com will cross the OEM part back to an aftermarket which you can usually find cheaper. Amayama searches aftermarket parts as well

Share This Page