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  • WinM1895
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    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    Yes it interchanges with 1939 GMC Truck, 1938 Mack Truck, 1937-42 Olds and Pontiac Six, 1937-'38 Packard, and does fit 1950 Studebaker Commander "245" 6 Cyl.

    Studebaker Part number 526985 is Delco Part Number 1871678 .. Original NOS, USA Delco's ARE a bit hard to find, I have 2 Sets for $30.00
    1871678 = Dan's Obsolete GM Parts in Chinook MT has 3 = 406-357-2615.

    Source: Delco parts listed on PartsVoice.com

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  • (S)
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    Originally posted by Studebakercenteroforegon View Post
    StudeRich - please note in our confidential price list from an established Studebaker parts wholesaler that “PTS004 =PTS011”

    Sorry guys and gals, I was going on info from NOS Delco parts I have from the 1960's...... I did not look everywhere for the modern 'interchange' .

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  • Studebakercenteroforegon
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    StudeRich - please note in our confidential price list from an established Studebaker parts wholesaler that “PTS004 =PTS011”

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  • StudeRich
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    Originally posted by jackb View Post
    I installed the the NAPA #CS777A points in the 53' 2R6 truck last night and it started right up and the surfaces aligned perfectly.
    That IS just weird!
    I am pretty sure Studebaker would not list, buy, stock and sell 526985 for Commander Sixes, and then Use 1544167 for '51 to '59 V8's and '60-'61 Hawks unless there was SOME difference!

    They all came from Delco Remy Division of GM in Indiana, so it is not just a different Supplier.

    And 81 years after release of the 526985 (Delco 1871678) NAPA has One that fits them both?
    I have been buying NAPA/Echlin CS777A for 58 Years, but always for my Stude. V8's.

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  • jackb
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    I installed the the NAPA #CS777A points in the 53' 2R6 truck last night and it started right up and the surfaces aligned perfectly.

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  • Skip Lackie
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    Delco number D103, GM number 1871678 (as noted above).

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  • StudeRich
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    Originally posted by jackb View Post
    I found the NAPA part # CS777A.
    Those are the '51 to '59 & '60-'61 Hawk V8, Early Delco Points. They are a NO Fit in a Six.
    No one asked for a NAPA (Echlin) Number.

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  • jackb
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    I found the NAPA part # CS777A.

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  • StudeRich
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    Yes it interchanges with 1939 GMC Truck, 1938 Mack Truck, 1937-42 Olds and Pontiac Six, 1937-'38 Packard, and does fit 1950 Studebaker Commander "245" 6 Cyl.

    Studebaker Part number 526985 is Delco Part Number 1871678, Original NOS, USA Delco's ARE a bit hard to find, I have 2 Sets for $30.00

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  • greyben
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    A '63 Standard parts book indicates that the '51-59 V8 style points can be used.

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  • 64V-K7
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    I looked but nothing came up.

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  • (S)
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    That looks up to be a one off, 1950 . I only keep one of those in stock. I don't have cross over part numbers, just the parts.

    You might try johnstones page if you just want to go to FLAPS to get one local..

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  • jackb
    started a topic Delco Part number (POINTS) ??

    Delco Part number (POINTS) ??

    Anybody have the Delco part number for the Commander 6 engine ?? Stude part # 526985
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