View Full Version : M37 parts cross reference?

09-19-2006, 20:13
Do any of you guys have a list or know of a good place to get current part # cross references? All our site has is M35 stuff and I know that there has to be cheaper places to get things like rebuild kits for master cylinders, fuel pumps, and seals than from MV part suppliers. Even the things like oil filters have to be made by NAPA or another place like it. MV suppliers are great, but the prices on some items are insane and not to mention you are putting in 40yr old gaskets and kits. I would sure think that new seals and gaskets would be worth it rather than using old kits? Any help would be appreciated.

09-19-2006, 20:59
Not sure, but if you have any into add it to the parts database!

09-20-2006, 07:45
You mean like the list that I host on my M37 site????
Look at:

I also have a link to it off my main page which is http://www.garbee.net/~cabell

If everyone agrees, I'd suggest that you just put a link to my site and send me any updates that you come up with... That way, Mike doesn't have to be saddled with maintaining yet another list...

09-20-2006, 08:07
I dont maintain it :-) I let someone else do it. The parts list here, anyone can submit to. I have a couple of recruits to help me verify the #'s, etc.

09-20-2006, 09:48
Yeah, my numbers are submitted by folks over on the www.g741.org M37 site (and others), and by some of the guys who have been turning wrenches on them professionally for years... I add a number myself every now and again, but not often...

09-20-2006, 16:26
for some reason I can't access it. I click on open and it doesn't do anything. If I try and save it into word, it is just all computer jibberish. What software did you use when you made the list? Thanks.

09-20-2006, 16:49
It's a PDF...
Your browser should pop up Adobe Acrobat Reader (asuming that you have it loaded on your machine, otherwise, they tend to prompt you to go get it...). I really should put a text version online, but time is tight right now... PM me if you still can't open it and I can send you a copy directly (and will work on getting an alternate format online this weekend, the folks are in town for a few more days and time at the computer is at a premium...).

09-20-2006, 20:56

I can send you a copy of the parts X-ref if you can't access Cabell's site!

I am about 80% done with a Motor Pool restoration. If you have anything I can help you with, let me know. :driver:

09-21-2006, 08:49

Here is the link to the PDF.

09-21-2006, 18:54
Went on the web and downloaded the right software so now the parts list works. Thanks a ton guys, this will really help me out. I just wish there was a list like this for the M211.