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Old April 30th, 2019, 17:55
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Re: Renix hard to find parts sources thread

I need a part number, source for the AC Delete Idler Pulley/bearing assy. Not the plate, just the bearing or bearing Pulley assy.

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Re: Renix hard to find parts sources thread

3420 1869 AR BOLT
3300 2201 AR BUSHING
5300 2903 AR PULLEY, Idler
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3420 1869 AR BOLT
3300 2201 AR BUSHING
5300 2903 AR PULLEY, Idler
This is actually a fairly common part, used for several years. It is available at the local auto parts.
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Re: Renix hard to find parts sources thread

Many thanks, but I searched those on Google, something I pretty darn good at, and I did other searches, and got nada zip. Any other ideas? Sellers that would know those numbers, or the OEM Chrysler number? I can usually find aftermarket stuff with the OEM part number on searches.

Is AR an abbreviation??? For what? I was able to find the HO part number, but is somehow different.

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3420 1869 AR BOLT
3300 2201 AR BUSHING
5300 2903 AR PULLEY, Idler
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Re: Renix hard to find parts sources thread

https://www.google.com/search?q=3420...hrome&ie=UTF-8


https://www.amazon.com/Mopar-Idler-B.../dp/B007NQH0MK

https://www.amazon.com/Crown-Automot.../dp/B00BYNO9W2
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Re: Renix hard to find parts sources thread

I went to the local auto parts for mine, it came with the shoulder bolt and washer.
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Many thanks, but I searched those on Google, something I pretty darn good at, and I did other searches, and got nada zip. Any other ideas? Sellers that would know those numbers, or the OEM Chrysler number? I can usually find aftermarket stuff with the OEM part number on searches.

Is AR an abbreviation??? For what? I was able to find the HO part number, but is somehow different.



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Mike, I think you posted in the wrong thread. This one is for hard to find parts........
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