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Old 05-02-2018, 10:57 PM   #1
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Hello, Iím trying to source parts for my 1987 D21 2wd with Auto Trans. It has the 2.4 engine. I ordered online and got sent a completely wrong set of parts. What Iím looking for is:

Center support bearing
Rear differential seal
Transmission mounts

Also, brake master cylinder and water pump.

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Old 05-02-2018, 11:19 PM   #2
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Iíve got this for the transmission mounts now:

https://www.carid.com/westar/left-au...n-em-9049.html

Brake master cylinder:
Dorman M39791

Water pump
Part number WP1550 with 5.25 hub bolt circle

Does this look right?
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Old 05-03-2018, 05:01 AM   #3
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Try www.rockauto.com
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here are some OEM pt#'s
ctr brg C7521-W1085
pinion seal 38189-P010A
trans mnt, rt 11322-03G02, lt 11323-03G00
brk mstr 46010-01G00 (1"), 46010-31G00 (15/16) will be stamped on mstr
w/pump BA010-80W89
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Thanks guys,

I've noticed that RockAuto lists the same 2 bolt transmission mounts that don't work for me when you look them up using the catalog. The ones I need look like this, with one mounting bolt:

https://www.carid.com/westar/left-au...n-em-9049.html

Makes me question whether I can look the other items up the traditional way - it didn't work too well for me before.

Teepee, thanks for the part numbers. OEM is expensive! I was hoping to find some generic equivalents if you guys have any additional info.
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Has anybody here had similar fitment issues?
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Automatic transmissions are common these days, but they weren't really back when these trucks were being made.
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Yeah, it seems that the parts I am having problems ordering are specifically related to the drivetrain and automatic transmission. Even now, I'm not sure the part numbers for the differential seal and the center bearing will work for me.
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