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Old 09-07-22, 22:32
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Default Wanted: modern part numbers for CMP Chev points, rotor, distributor cap

My NAPA parts guy (a young pup) wants modern part numbers for the above. Mine from 20 years ago are apparently not current.
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Old 10-07-22, 01:49
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Bruce
I find that NAPA will often change up from the original GM parts number.
Can you list the Chev numbers from the manual? Afraid I got rid of all my chev parts manuals off my bookshelf here.....they kept leaking oil all over the shelves.



A quick check on NAPA's website lists the points as CS779A which are kind of expensive. I just went through this a month or so ago at work and there are cheaper sets form NAPA. Retail is $39.59 with a trade price of 24.77. There are other part numbers that are half of that price. Besides, NAPA seems to be out of the 779A points right now.

The cap is listed as RR95. Retail is $36 and trade price is 22.36


List the part numbers and I can confirm better.

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Old 10-07-22, 02:02
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GM rotor number 820445 is a NAPA RR83 or a little cheaper is the RR83SB. But I don't see a lot of the latter in the NAPA distribution centers so you may want to go with the RR83.
GM condensor pn 1928111 is either a RR176 or for twice the price a RR174.
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Old 10-07-22, 02:15
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Default Rock Auto

I have had pretty good luck finding part numbers with Rock Auto.

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...86208,ignition
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Old 10-07-22, 22:46
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I have had pretty good luck finding part numbers with Rock Auto.

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...86208,ignition
Thanks Paul, that is a very useful link!
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Old 11-07-22, 00:36
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Afraid I got rid of all my chev parts manuals off my bookshelf here.....they kept leaking oil all over the shelves.
Ooooooo....ouch!!! Don't think I didn't catch that (clever) slam against noble Chevs. What can I say. I still have all my Ford manuals because, like, as if they could actually start and move under their own power anyway....

Once I mop up the oil under the Chev parts book I'll get WW2 era numbers.
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Old 11-07-22, 07:45
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