M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

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M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Sat Oct 22, 2011 6:00 pm

The following parts crossover chart is for M20 & M8 modern replacement parts OR vintage parts that will work but were NOT designed for G136/G176. Thanks to Ron for making it a STICKY!

Please read the heading :!:

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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by rgus » Sun Oct 23, 2011 8:28 am

I think I still have some NOS U-Joints Ford marked somewhere if they are needed.
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:02 am

Somebody asked me if we should include maintenance tricks and tips. Not in this chart, but if you want to post something like that we won't consider it a hijack but let's not get off on a big tangent. I will save any tips mentioned and might create a similar chart for them later. Or you can.
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Thu Jan 12, 2012 12:24 pm

Back to the top to remind people to contribute if possible. Post what you can. Thanks.
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by cessna » Fri Jan 13, 2012 5:32 pm

Spark plugs... Anyone out there have a good cross over for that, or a supplier?
John, as we restore our friend's M-20 I will try to contribute what I can.
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by cessna » Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:32 pm

Spark Plug
Champion W-14

Oil FIlter
Fram C31PL
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:42 pm

cessna wrote:Spark Plug
Champion W-14

Oil FIlter
Fram C31PL
Thanks. Updated it, and included u-joints
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by ziggyfoos » Tue Jan 31, 2012 4:50 pm

John, 17thairborne provided this awhile back for engine temp sender: BWD #WT691

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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:15 pm

ziggyfoos wrote:John, 17thairborne provided this awhile back for engine temp sender: BWD #WT691
steve
Good stuff, thanks!
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by cessna » Tue Jan 31, 2012 6:49 pm

Steve,
You just made me realize that a 1 hour search on google is worthless...
I should have just checked here on the G!
Going to try to track one down tommorrow, thanks man!
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by cessna » Sat May 26, 2012 10:18 am

Brake Master Cylinder
Napa number M2842
Hope this helps!
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Sat May 26, 2012 2:01 pm

cessna wrote:Brake Master Cylinder
Napa number M2842
Hope this helps!
Brian
Wow that's a good one! Does this bolt right on? You using it?
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by cessna » Sun May 27, 2012 8:34 am

John,
As you know we are having brake issues with the M-20 we are working on. We isolated the Master cylinder and bench tested it, no good. The owner gave us a spare in a box with napa number on the outside of it. Unfortunately when we put about 12 pounds of pressure on it, all the fluid leaked out :( So I went to NAPA online with that part number... and it looks exactly the same as the one that came off!
It will be ready for pick up on Tuesday, so I should be able to give you a report Tues/Wens night. All we need now is brakes and a local farmer gave us his fields to play in in order to put it through it's paces.
This crossover chart has been a huge enabler with this project. It has helped us to no end; here is a picture of what your efforts helped to accomplish. I will start a seperate thread once we are done to show the progress.
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Thanks again,
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by John Neuenburg » Mon May 28, 2012 11:01 am

cessna wrote:John,
As you know we are having brake issues with the M-20 we are working on. We isolated the Master cylinder and bench tested it, no good. The owner gave us a spare in a box with napa number on the outside of it. Unfortunately when we put about 12 pounds of pressure on it, all the fluid leaked out :( So I went to NAPA online with that part number... and it looks exactly the same as the one that came off!
What was on it - original Wagner, Record, NAPA????
cessna wrote: This crossover chart has been a huge enabler with this project. It has helped us to no end; here is a picture of what your efforts helped to accomplish. I will start a seperate thread once we are done to show the progress.
Thanks again,
Brian
A crossover chart is most useful when there is a lot of content. Thanks to you and others for your contributions! No doubt many people have tidbits of information filed away in their shop or computer that will flesh it out even more. Things like wheel bearings and other axle parts, engine accessories that don't carry the part numbers as per the manuals but are identical, wheel cylinders, filister head screws, etc.

Here are some photos of a NOS brake cylinder. Excuse the paper cosmolined onto it. I hope you take photos of your NAPA unit and post them for comparison. Also see some parts from the Record-brand kit G176.73 - 49775. Piston is 1.75". I am not sure if these French parts interchange with the original Wagner. Anybody know? I have photos of a Record cylinder around here somewhere.
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Updated chart with this plus some zenith 29 carb info - am wondering if Scout Car zenith 29 kit is completely right for G136/176. Anybody try one? Jets same?
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Re: M20 / M8 Parts Crossover Chart

Post by Kim Sievert » Mon May 28, 2012 6:15 pm

Scout Cars had 2, very different Zenith carburetors, on them.
Early and late..............
The most often found, is the Zenith Model 29

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