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Old December 11th, 2003, 11:25 PM
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Part Number Cross Reference Database

I've built this just recently (mostly for my own enjoyment/learning, etc) and thought it might be a useful site if others contributed.

In a nutshell, it lets you search for the LR part number or by description and returns any matches to OE/aftermarket parts with part nubmer. Useful if you don't want to buy an "genuine" EGR modulator filter just to receive a MANN filter in the LR box and find out you paid $8 just to visit the friendly dealer parts guys.

http://www.partnumberreference.com

Break it and let me know what needs fixing. I deliberately made it so you can only insert (not update/delete) because I didn't want to a) bother with user security and b) allow someone malicious to delete or empty a bunch of fields.

There's a whopping 3 parts in there now (search for "err" and you'll see a couple if you want to) soon to be another couple.

If its useful, pass it along to your friends. Right now its good for nothing cause there isn't anything in it, but if everyone uploads a few every now and again it will turn to be useful I'm sure.

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Old December 12th, 2003, 12:39 AM
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There is a part substitution table on this site, under Tech Articles.. that might be a good start to get some entries in there.

Great idea, btw...
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Old December 12th, 2003, 08:43 AM
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I rather like that Mika. Would you consider expanding it for use here on this site?

Also, nice D127! Please feel free to send in some pictures and info and I will be glad to add you to the owners section if you like!
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Old December 12th, 2003, 11:21 AM
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I rather like that Mika. Would you consider expanding it for use here on this site?
Sure. What do you have in mind?

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Also, nice D127! Please feel free to send in some pictures and info and I will be glad to add you to the owners section if you like!
Wow! You mean an honorary 90 owner?
So how would I go about sending the pics in? Or can you just grab them off my site?

Here's one I like of the 127:
http://www.mikaincorporated.com/gall...opy_front2.jpg

Its a 1991 127 "Rapier" ex MOD missle tractor. I used to have the papers with all the info as to where it was stationed, etc but that went with it when I sold it. 3.5v8 with twin SU carbs, and LT85.

I don't have the 127 anymore though, and i miss it! It wasn't really practical for a daily driver especially because I need to haul stuff around inside the truck and keep it protected from the rain (and it rains a lot up here) so I ended up trading it on the 110 I have now. I wish I would have had the space and dough to keep it!

Here's the 110:
http://www.mikaincorporated.com/temp/110.jpg
http://www.mikaincorporated.com/temp/110_2.jpg

I'd made this a while back with abit of info about both:
http://rover.lepisto.com
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Old December 12th, 2003, 01:08 PM
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Here's a list I think off of dweb for a bit ago for Napa replacement parts.
Says they are for a 96 Discovery but I know some cross over. I don't have time this week to put it all in though, sorry.

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Old December 16th, 2003, 10:00 AM
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Mika, sorry for not cathing your reply sooner.

First off, there are many Series and 110 owners in the Bio section so you are definatly more than welcome! I can grab pictures from the links you provided. I will email this week for other info for the bio as well as the Part Cross Referance DB.

Peter, thank you for that ZIP file. I will check on Discoweb to see if thats where it came from and if they have it posted, I will make sure that they are OK with me adding the info from it to this site.

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Old December 16th, 2003, 10:39 AM
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Hay Chris,
I might have worded that wrong. It came from a normal post and was originally included as a .doc file I think, if that helps you narrow it down. It was in the Non-Tech section I think back around October.

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Old December 16th, 2003, 10:48 AM
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Ahh.. ok. Thats a little differant as I didnt want to just take something they may have published in a section. I will see if I can locate the source.
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Old December 19th, 2003, 12:52 AM
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Okay. If you don't get a response to the email, try me again. My spam filter is getting more and more agressive these days.

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