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Napa part number for condenser

Postby w30bob » Tue Apr 24, 2018 6:50 am

Hi Guys,

I found on here the Napa part number for points (6V, 1959 Cub) is CS 1600.........but didn't find the part number for the condenser. I'm going to swing by Napa later and am pretty sure the counter help won't be able to find a condenser for a '59 Cub without a PN. Anybody know their PN for the condenser?

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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby tst » Tue Apr 24, 2018 7:12 am

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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby w30bob » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:10 am

Thanks tst! I had to hit Tractor Supply before I went to NAPA to get some goat feed and I figured I'd check what they had in the way of tune-up parts for my Cub. Well........the NAPA points and condenser would have cost me a little over $30........TS had a kit that included the points, condenser, cap, rotor and 4 AC spark plugs for $34. I went with that. Maybe the NAPA stuff is better parts.......but when I called NAPA to ask they had no clue. The TS stuff looks nice. The cap and rotor use all solid copper terminals, the points look good, no markings on the condenser and the AC plugs are #386 copper. The plugs in my Cub now are Champion D15Y, so I don't know if they cross to the AC's or not.......but my Champions are in good shape.

I remember when folks at the auto parts store actually wanted to sell you parts. Not so now-a-days. I go into my NAPA and it feels like I'm bothering the guy behind the counter when I ask him to look something up. Of course if it isn't in the computer you're SOL and they don't seem to care much. Again, back in the day they'd actually call around to other parts stores, some their competitors, to try to find you the part you need. And I love the look on their face when they ask "for what vehicle" and I say "Farmall". Just Priceless.

If I run into any issues with these TS parts I'll let you guys know.

regards,
bob

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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby Shane Nelson » Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:54 pm

Bob, you just reminded me why when I walk in O’Reilly auto parts I walk past the counter and into the back where the 2 guys who know what’s going on and don’t mind looking through all the books instead of on the computer.
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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby tinnerjohn » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:13 pm

Posts like this make me appreciate my NAPA guys all the more. This morning I called for a coil for my CC 122 with a Kohler K301. It took a few minutes on hold for him to look up the part no. and check inventory. He came back on the phone, said they had the Kohler coil, but if I could wait until tomorrow they could get an Echlin coil for about $20 less. That's old time service! John

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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby Bill Hudson » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:54 pm

tinnerjohn wrote:Posts like this make me appreciate my NAPA guys all the more. This morning I called for a coil for my CC 122 with a Kohler K301. It took a few minutes on hold for him to look up the part no. and check inventory. He came back on the phone, said they had the Kohler coil, but if I could wait until tomorrow they could get an Echlin coil for about $20 less. That's old time service! John


My local NAPA is great. Normal tuneup parts for Cub, A, SA, to 140 in stock on the shelf, "How many do you need." If it is not in stock, it'll be there the next morning. The manager has even called me to tell me an item I normally stock was on sale. NAPA folks, I like 'em.

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Re: Napa part number for condenser

Postby w30bob » Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:01 pm

Yeah, my NAPA USED to be great.......then the old guy who knew everything retired. Game Over.

Bob


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