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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-08-2017, 10:49 AM
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Steve, I could use the following:

Rear suspension fixed tie rod. Just 1, prefer new. Was unavailable thru usual vendors when I last checked a few months ago.

Shift rod bellows/gasket at the firewall (image attached).

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Steve, I could use the following:

Rear suspension fixed tie rod. Just 1, prefer new. Was unavailable thru usual vendors when I last checked a few months ago.

Shift rod bellows/gasket at the firewall (image attached).

Thanks.
I prefer new, too but alas, I have none new or even used without imperfections.

I do not have even an old shifter boot. I was lucky to find a new one in 2012 I installed in my 164S rehab.

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Alfa 24v parts and tools for sale

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Steve, do you have any 24V parts for sale? I'd like to add to my collection of spares. Never know when you're going to need something.
Very few, here is what I have left:

4. 24v Cam timing locking dies 4-piece tool set


7. NEW PA4891AB 1995 supplement 2-part manual set
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Would you PM me price on new aftermarket 60580235 Timing tensioner bearing?

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Arrived in the mail today!

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Found the parts you asked for see my PM.
Wow Steve, that was fast! I got the missing parts that I needed for my hydraulic timing belt de-tensioner in the mail today. Everything looks great. Many thanks to you for your great help, I really appreciate it very much. I hope that you don't have any plans to retire from this board anytime soon because I am not sure what I(all of us) would do without you.

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Door handle received today. Very fast service. Thank you Steve.

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Steve, I don't suppose you have a sunroof mechanism do you? I would not need the whole thing shipped (too expensive) just all the fiddly bits that can be removed. I would love to get mine working again....

Past glories: Sud ti, Alfetta GTV, GTV6, 33 ti, 33 ie, 164 V6, 164 V6, GTV TS, 156 TS, Alfa 159 2.4 Q-Tronic JTDm

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Steve, I don't suppose you have a sunroof mechanism do you? I would not need the whole thing shipped (too expensive) just all the fiddly bits that can be removed. I would love to get mine working again....
Like you I have one with broken parts, too.

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Like you I have one with broken parts, too.
Monkey metal I believe is what they used....

Past glories: Sud ti, Alfetta GTV, GTV6, 33 ti, 33 ie, 164 V6, 164 V6, GTV TS, 156 TS, Alfa 159 2.4 Q-Tronic JTDm

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