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post #121 of 225 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Don,

I didn't see your answer, sorry ...
I don't know, I have to check on the engine that is not with me ...


Today, I recover the car that is know ready for body work :

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post #122 of 225 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 11:17 AM Thread Starter
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There is some work ...
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post #123 of 225 (permalink) Old 10-29-2016, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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Hello !

Middle of next week I received from Argentina the kit for the steering box:

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Everything is perfect.

I have worked on the brake and I have produce all the tubing. To assure the tightness of the rubber teat of the brake fluid reservoir, I have produced a small brace that I have inserted into the teat :

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Interesting and great Project.

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post #125 of 225 (permalink) Old 10-30-2016, 02:56 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you.

Do you know what are these parts ? :

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I didn't find them on my 2000T and they where either not on my 2600T.

Do you know where to find them ?
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post #126 of 225 (permalink) Old 10-30-2016, 05:28 AM
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Hi All,

I used these made in PU

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Thank you.

Do you know what are these parts ? :

Attachment 1129569

I didn't find them on my 2000T and they where either not on my 2600T.

Do you know where to find them ?
Tony Stevens at AlfaStop in the UK lists 2 versions on his web site (see here and here). Unfortunately, during the past 2 months he has been unresponsive to a friend's e-mail inquiring about another stock item, so I don't know if he could or would deliver. Classic Alfa offers complete 52mm bushing sets that include such spacers (see here) but I don't know how well they fit 102/106 cars.

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post #128 of 225 (permalink) Old 11-01-2016, 06:54 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you Franco and Ruedi for your answer.
It is clear for me now.

What is strange is that these parts where missing on my 2600 T and on this 2000.

Concerning the 2600 T, I have mount the car without these washers and the behavior of the rear axe was excellent ...

Yesterday I have finalized the dismounting of the gear box :

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I have an other gear box so I will use some parts to replace bad one.

The modification of the first gear (as advised) is very easy :

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I want to disconnect the "wolf tooth" from the speed gear :

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Do you have an idea of how to proceed ?
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I have made a test this afternoon on a small speed gear in order to have a great surface to maintain the "wolf tooth".

The uncoupling is easy with my 12t press. I didn't need to warm the "wolf tooth" :

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But how to proceed with a large speed gear such as the first one :

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I intend to take advantage of this slot :

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I could produce a tool in 2 parts that go into this slot and give to the support of the press a large surface of contact.

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What do you think of that ?

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So, the production of the tool was too expensive. I give the parts to a specialist who will swap the dog tooth .

Regarding missing parts, I realized that I have no radiator. OKP doesn't have such parts : Do you know where to found one ?

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post #131 of 225 (permalink) Old 11-09-2016, 05:36 AM
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These parts (spacer washers) are not on my Two-Liter either.

On the upper differential mount I see 102.00.25.304.00 and there are a couple pieces missing.

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Thank you.

Do you know what are these parts ? :

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I didn't find them on my 2000T and they where either not on my 2600T.

Do you know where to find them ?
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Hi everybody,

The gear box if nearly finalized :

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All synchronization rings are new except the 5th one.
All dog teeth are in perfect condition.
I have also change most of the bearing.

The front part of the body is finalized :

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Intersection between arch wheel and front of the car were badly reworked

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Next step will be the engine compartment.
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post #133 of 225 (permalink) Old 11-27-2016, 04:49 AM Thread Starter
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Hi !

Some news of the body :

Beginning of the week I receive the body parts form Franco (thank you Franco !) :

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The axes of hinge of the bonnet was impossible to move. We cut them ...

One of the hinge was missing, a copy have been produced.

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Thanks for showing us your progress.
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post #135 of 225 (permalink) Old 11-27-2016, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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It is a pleasure Larry.

The gear box is nearly finalized :

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