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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-09-2016, 01:55 AM Thread Starter
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Flywhell locking tool GTV 2000

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I know this is a old question, but does anyone have/want to sell/ have the drawing or wan't to make and sell the flywheell locking tool with engine in car, for the Alfa 2000 GTV (105 series)?

This is a long shot, but i cannot find one anywhere! I will remove my crank pulley nut with an Air Impact Tool that i have, but i'm worried about the tightening during assembly... Its a huge torque!

I'm willing to pay for it if anybody is capable of manufacture one, as long it's a reasonable price that is!

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I believe a simple VW style tool does the job. If it doesn't fit you can always massage the teeth a bit. Name:  Image1490067657.954953.jpg
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I believe a simple VW style tool does the job.
Those work great with the bellhousing off the block. But there is no place to bolt one to an assembled engine-trans.

I'm not even sure where the tool Manuel is describing would mount. Where the starter normally goes? Underneath by removing the sheet metal cover?

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Oops I missed that part, engine on the car. Can't you put it in gear and lock the wheels?

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The Alfa tool A.2.0145 TotallyAlfa sells in the UK (see here) may work.


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TotallyAlfa seems to offer several flywheel locking tools, including one that works with the engine installed / bellhousing attached. But it isn't the one pictured in tubut's post above - I think that one works with the bellhousing off (like the VW tool).

For use with the engine in, I think you want their tool no. A.2.0290, priced at 20.73 (I can't seem to grab the picture, but it's shown at the site tubut references above).

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TotallyAlfa seems to offer several flywheel locking tools, including one that works with the engine installed / bellhousing attached. But it isn't the one pictured in tubut's post above - I think that one works with the bellhousing off (like the VW tool).

For use with the engine in, I think you want their tool no. A.2.0290, priced at 20.73 (I can't seem to grab the picture, but it's shown at the site tubut references above).
Here are the pics of tool. I note Alfetta at lower left so needs to be confirmed for 105 series as I am no Alfetta expert. However if not for 105 something similar could be built I guess.

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Here are the pics of tool. I note Alfetta at lower left so needs to be confirmed for 105 series
Oh heck, you're right - it does say "Alfetta" and looking more closely at the drawing, it does show an Alfetta bell housing.

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Yes Totally Alfa sells tools but on some quality and fitting is off.

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