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post #151 of 234 (permalink) Old 12-22-2016, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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Great Ian !
Thank you very much.
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post #152 of 234 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Here it is :

With the finger, it is impossible to engage the rear :

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If you push on the level you can engage the rear gear :

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post #153 of 234 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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I everybody,

I'm now working on the propeller shaft :

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Unfortunately, the universal joint is damage :

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Such part is very expensive if we buy it to the specialized distributors (OKP for exemple). But I'm sure it is a standard components. Does anyone have a source for such part ?

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post #154 of 234 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 08:58 AM
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Hi,

you are missing the protecting cover-shields of the bearing and also the end axle bolt must be rounded.

FYI :

I have no cheaper source for the the universal joint

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post #155 of 234 (permalink) Old 01-02-2017, 06:22 AM Thread Starter
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Happy new year to everybody !!!

Thank you for your answer Franco. You are right, but the part you mentionned were missing ... I'll see if I can find the protecting cover-shields.
I can't understand what you mean by the end axle bolt must be rounded: Isn't it the case ?

I have worked on the rear axle:

I have settled the differential using Plastigauge.
New bearing - New sealing - Looks good :
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rounded end

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post #157 of 234 (permalink) Old 01-03-2017, 01:29 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you very much Franco, everything is clear. I have ordered a pair of protecting cover-shields from a 105 type (same bearing). I hope the parts are the same. Still missing the spring.

I wanted to order all components to renew the FISPA fuel filter to Alfa Stop, no answer since more than one month. Do you know where to find components for such FISPA (Filter, spring, joins) ?
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Rear axle is finalized :

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FISPA rebuild kit

Serge - just picking up on your question about FISPA Fuel filter parts I thought I'd warn you that I also tried to get a rebuild kit for the FRB-11 from AlfaStop. When the kit arrived, the diaphragm didn't fit the spring housing and the pin was too short and too wide to operate the regulator valve. I couldn't get any response from AlfaStop to report the issue and so went to Then & Now Automotive in the US who also advertise an FRB-11 rebuild kit. When their kit arrived it was exactly the same as the AlfaStop kit. I contacted Mike at Then and Now and they kindly modified the diaphragm to fit. Maybe there are different variants of the FRB-11? It would be interesting to know if other owners have had the same issue.

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AlfaStop lists two different FRB-11 kits (with pin and without pin) but they seem to have the same picture, so it's unclear what the difference really is. And yes, it appears Tony has been hard to reach for months now. I hope everything is OK with him -- it would be bad if we lost another supplier. Gordon Raymond, who posted this info concerning the FRB-11 pressure regulator screw, recommends Viton gaskets from Geoff Ohland @ PARTSOURCE in Camden Maine (they don't have an online catalog).

Rebuilding the FRB-11 is almost not worth the trouble given that Filter King 67mm Fuel Filter Regulator with glass bowl can be bought relatively inexpensive
(e.g. see eBay item 152012823945). I wonder how much of the innards could be transplanted.

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Hello everybody,

A long time I didn't gave some news :

Concerning the Fispa, I have produced a new membrane based on a CitroŽn Traction one - Thank you to everybody for the advises regarding existing kits:

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Body work is going well, major things are repaired, finishing step can start :

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Rear axle is finished, with new shoes :

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Concerning the main axle and its center bearing, I have bought deflector for a 105 type.

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As I had no spring to maintained the front deflector, I replace them by O-rings - That's working :

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2 questions :

I'm looking for a picture of the trunk closure system:

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I'm also looking for a picture of the system that maintained the battery in order to see where are located the 2 holes for hanging the rods.

Have a nice day,

Serge

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