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The seat adjustment screws that came in my seat were like these. I'm not sure if they were used in all 101 Spiders or not.
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The seat adjustment screws that came in my seat were like these. I'm not sure if they were used in all 101 Spiders or not.
I have the same kind of screws on my 101 from 1963, just metal and zinc plated, but I think there has been some kind of rubber around them when they were new!
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Hi

Just received the INTERIOR BACK SEAT (NATURAL RUBBER) (FOREACH) # 10040221 from Cicognani 120.00€.

The good thing – fast delivery.

Bad - because they wright “FORE EACH” I ordered two. In the package were 2 sets of two. I will recommend they change the description to “set” then everybody knows that two pieces are in the box. Any way hire a few close-ups photos (as asked).

PS. If anybody needs a set I would sell one for 120 euro – shipping to Switzerland ore Germany (no customs almost no Postal charges – I live on the boarder.

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The INTERIOR BACK SEAT (NATURAL RUBBER) are sold.
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We like pictures.Here are some random shots of the Giulia seat back disassembly.First set just show the tack strip.Hopefully adding these others will help show how the rubber diaphragm is attached.George is correct in that the rubber diaphragm gets secured around its perimeter with hog rings.For securing the upholstery between foam bolsters,lighter wires(appx.1.05mm)are made with small loops in such a way that those loops poke up through preformed holes in the diaphragm,and now the three straight,heavier upholstery listing wires(appx.2.05mm) are captured along with the thin wire loops with hog rings. On the Giulia seat backs,only in the roll and pleat section,there's an extra horizontal listing wire that gets hog ringed directly through the diaphragm to the metal pan,I don't really get that but suppose its to help make the seat back cover more stable? More pics coming.
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More pics,First,left bolster,Second pic shows some furry padding used between foam bolster and diaphragm).Third,perimeter hog rings,Fourth picture shows front of seat where heavy and light wires end and attach with hog ring.Last one shows back of vinyl where the horizontal listing wire is inserted
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1,Diaphragm,notice only center foam gets glue. 2,Loops,center horizontal listing directly hog ringed through dfrm. 3.loop,listing wire,hog ring. 4,Heavy listing wire looped over and ends at threaded seat adjuster bung 5,Back side of diaphragm showing thin wire with consecutive loops,
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last ones,1,2,Thin wire.3 Bare seat back. OK,after all of this,I have to wonder if Elvezio had these new diaphragms made with only perimeter holes for a reason? I didn't see the thin wire loop available from him? Anybody think that this is overkill??
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