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WELCOME to our new web site!

Welcome to the new look spares site of the Riley Register.

For many years, details of the spares we offer has been limited to a simple list with very little additional information.

Our new site provides better parts descriptions, easier identification, more detail on applicability (to the multitude of different models and types) and useful information to help members maintain and repair their Riley motor cars.

Main Features

  • Online Shop
    • Photographs for each part
    • Additional part descriptions and links to fitting instructions (where available)
    • Search function – using words or part numbers
    • Shop and Search filters; both Engine Type and Product Category
    • Automated ordering
    • Customer accounts
  • Fitting Instructions
  • Technical Notes and Articles
  • Company Reports

This is the first version of the site, which will be routinely updated and developed. The spares team have already prepared an extensive list of ideas for developing and improving the site and would appreciate any feedback and suggestions you have for us to include in the next version..

Ensuring the accuracy of parts information is hampered by the many undocumented changes that were made by Riley, so we would especially welcome any information that you can offer on specific part listing errors and additional data or references that you feel would improve the part descriptions and help other members identify the correct parts for their vehicles.

Finding Your Parts

There are several methods for finding a part that we stock on the site.

Window Shopping

If you need to browse, to get a better understanding of the spares we offer, or because you’re not sure of a part number or description, click ‘Shop’ on the navigation bar – which will take you to a full list of parts categories.

You now have a choice; Engine Type; i.e. 9hp, or Product Category; i.e. Engine Gaskets. You’ll notice that each category is labelled with the number of parts it contains.

If you choose an Engine Type, the site will display pages of every part available for that engine, twelve items per page. You can now click back and forth through the pages or you can filter by Product Category, using the Filter by Category drop-down menu on the right of the page. After clicking an option on the drop-down menu, the page will now display the parts available for that engine type in the product category you have selected.

Likewise, if you have chosen to start with a Product Category, you can filter by Engine Type, using the Filter by Engine drop down menu.


The search function (top right of every page) identifies specific information within the parts database, both the words in the titles and descriptions of parts and their unique part numbers. You need to be accurate with you choice of words and/or number, the function will not identify similar terms or suggest possible alternatives.

Searching for ‘rocker’ will produce results listing every part with the word ‘rocker’ in its title or description, e.g. Rocker Box Gasket, Rocker Lever Assembly, or Rocker Shaft. If you search ’12/4 bolt’, the results will show every part that includes ’12/4′ and ‘bolt’ in its description.

You can also use the Filters on search results, both Engine Type and Product Category simultaneously.

If you don’t see items you expect in search results, the most likely cause is that you have used the wrong word or part number. For example, if you search ‘gasket’ you’ll get a list of every part that we call ‘gasket’. However, if you search ‘gaskets’ you will produce zero results, because no individual part is called a ‘gaskets’. Furthermore, some parts that you may expect to be described as a ‘gasket’ are actually called a ‘washer’, so will not appear in results searching for ‘gasket’. Therefore, if you’re not sure what the part would be called, in this case – go to the Engine Gaskets category and narrow your search by using the Engine Type Filter; this will display all items available in that category for your engine type, both ‘gaskets’ and ‘washers’.

Ordering Spares

Add parts to your shopping Cart by clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button. If you need more than one of any part, open the part description and type the number you require in the grey box immediately under the price (the default number is 1) and then click ‘Add to cart’.  You can also edit the number of each item you need on the Cart page, or remove any item you have added incorrectly. Proceed to Checkout when you every item you want in your Cart.

Customer Accounts

If you have previously ordered parts from the site, you details will be held on our secure server; you just need to login to your account.

New customers need to complete the online form, supplying their contact and delivery details before placing an order. Your details are quite safe and will never by shared with any third parties.

To find out more about placing orders, go to the Ordering Spares page.