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Old Info From R.I.M.C. Posts

Post by VWNate1 » Thu Dec 20, 2007 6:30 pm

...Was sadly lost in a purge by the new owners .

As I tinker on my old bike ('94 650 Tourist) I'll post up part #'s .

I know the intake hoses for left & right are different P/N's , I'll be needing a new left side one soon and I seem to have lost the Goodyear P/N from last time .
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MORE P/N's

Post by VWNate1 » Wed Jan 16, 2008 12:13 am

O.K. lessee :

headlight is # 6012 or 6014 , tis is the std. two headlamp one , # 6014 is slightly brighter , made for trucks .

The driveshaft U-Joint application is 1979 MGB or MG Midget , they both use this extremely common joint .

I'm about to install a 2002 Retro front end to my old '92 Tourist so I'll soon know if the #31412 bearings are indeed , the same roller bearings needed for a Ural ~ they're supposed to be the same as BMW /2 .
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u joint

Post by jercalvert » Sat Feb 23, 2008 12:34 pm

my carquest says all their u-joints start with a 2 in the part # but the guy said that there is a 1-0300....so I'll check and see if it matches my old one...needless to say I'll be using the h@#$ out of that sticky posting. Shanxs. Jeremy :)
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Post by uraldog » Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:15 pm

I too am compiling a list how can we add what we find to the list on the stickie :?:

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Post by Matthias » Thu Mar 13, 2008 3:08 pm

Great stuff guys. Thanks a ton. I just got an Interstate #YTX20L-BS battery in the mail the other day and just installed it.

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Thanks a whole heck of alot

Post by wadeinater » Mon Apr 07, 2008 10:23 pm

Just wanted to also say thanks for such a comprehensive list of Ural repair items. I have a 2004 Patrol and sooner or later will need to have this info. Thanks again.

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Post by johnR » Thu May 22, 2008 4:14 pm

Is there a list like that for the Dnepr 650 MT-11? That is really great stuff!! Or at least which parts cross over to an MT-11.
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Add wiring diagrams?

Post by antsaint » Mon Jul 21, 2008 10:49 pm

This is a great thread... one thing it could use, are links to those images/pdfs of the full-color wiring schematics. Any chance you could do that up? I just spent some time trying to search them up, but couldn't dig them up.
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Post by propwash » Mon Jul 21, 2008 10:57 pm

Ural schematic link:
http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzi007/Ural.html
Cannot comment on accuracy

OHV Dnepr (this one is best, shows mechanical and solid state relay):
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Replacing Ural Gas Cap

Post by KrazyKonrad » Thu Jul 31, 2008 10:21 pm

I know the Stant 10817 Gas Cap has been mentioned in several threads. In this day and age of Uber expensive gas you can replace your Ural Gas cap with the locking version: Stant 10591. If your looking for a cross reference it's a 1982 Ford Granada Regular Threaded Fuel Cap.

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Post by jndomin » Thu Sep 25, 2008 10:48 am

VWNate1 wrote:
The NAPA # 111X U-joint replaces the Spicer # 5-111X U-joint .

I hope this helps .


It does help -- very much. Thank you. I have updated the list.

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If you poke through my posts over on the R.I. Boards , you'll find the odd part #'s and brands of jobs I did on my Ural .

Many parts differ between 650 and 750 Urals too .


I never was able to get into the RI boards, so if you could re-post here, I daresay you would make lots of people grateful (I can call one by name! )
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Air box hose

Post by acegammer5 » Tue Jun 23, 2009 1:01 pm

Man this is a great list, but I would recommend using the following hose between the air box and carbs.

It is a John Deere piece of flex hosing that will run you about $12 after tax. It is super easy to put on works/looks great on my '99 patrol.

The great thing about it is that the ARE flexible and you and hit them and bump them all day without having to worry about knocking them off.

(After my fifth time of having to put my old ones back on to stop leaks I began looking around for something better. That and I came back home one night after work to find, what I assume, was the work of a drunk guy who climbed on my bike and completely knocked the left boot off.)

Don't have the part number right now, but I'll post it soon so you can find it for yourselves. If you want it now, go to a John Deere with a parts dept. and show them your current boot and ask if they have some flex tubing that would fit it. They should carry it in stock.
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Post by mossbackman » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:36 am

I'm printing this and putting a copy in the trunk, just in case.
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parts list

Post by uberchaos » Tue Oct 13, 2009 1:03 am

Super post, thanks!
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Re: Air box hose

Post by a1930ford » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:05 pm

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