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post #25 of (permalink) Old 09-25-2017, 01:00 AM Thread Starter
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After too many removals, I finally decided to just pull the stub. While you're removing the interior parts of the shift lever, just unbolt the four 10 mm nuts on the side of the tx tower and pull the pivot/vent housings. You don't actually need to remove the lever, just let is slide down a bit; it only needs Ĺ inch or so to clear the body.
I should explore this option too


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BTW - remember to unbolt the ground strap from the top of the clutch bell housing to the upper body
It is on the "To Do List"

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Remember to get the drive shaft u-joints aligned properly on reassembly. Inspect (and almost always replace the rubber donut - it cracks pretty easily. I replaced mine with a modern (german) one now available from the usual suspects (needs proper spacers). Much stronger.
I have marked the drive shaft with "Tippex" and will replace the rubber doughnut with a new one. I am buying from my parts from Classic Alfa.


Thank you for the tips Robert

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