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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 02:10 AM Thread Starter
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Clutch mechanisme arm

Standing Pedals : Can anyone tell me what - the bolt that locks this arm to the shaft - is called ? Or where I can get one ? It has a machined surface ,that tightens and locks the arm to the shaft. This arm /bell crank is part of the mechanism ,that pulls the clutch wire. Thanks !
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-22-2017, 08:15 AM
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I think Centerline sells this bolt. For the later clutch arm but think it is the same.
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I haven't disassembled mine yet, but a first look at it made me think of the simple spline that is used for bicycle cranks here in the Netherlands.
You could try that.

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Thanks , I'll see what CL has to offer. Can't remember what that bolt type is called. It seemed fine on the bench , but it is not locking 100% now. Don't want to push my luck tightening
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CL part # is CP309. I don't see it on Classic Alfa.
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Nice Find. Thats the one ! But they want $50 - $ 90 for shipping to Norway !
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As stated before, you could try the one for bikes. They are available in several diameters and cost almost nothing. Shipping won't be very expensive from NL to Norway.

Here an example:

https://hollandbikeshop.com/fietsond...ie-stadsfiets/

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As stated before, you could try the one for bikes. They are available in several diameters and cost almost nothing. Shipping won't be very expensive from NL to Norway.

Here an example:

https://hollandbikeshop.com/fietsond...ie-stadsfiets/
Thanks , will do !
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As stated before, you could try the one for bikes. They are available in several diameters and cost almost nothing.
That bicycle crank bolt DOES look like the part used to lock Alfa pedals to their shafts. I would guess that the 8.5 mm dia. bolt is the correct size for an Alfa.

Here is the photo from the Holland Bike Shop site:



And here is the photo from the Centerline site:


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I'm going to take it out and check diameter/size when I get it on a lift.
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