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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-02-2016, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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105 Rear Axle Tools - A.3.0394 & A.3.0395

Alfisti,

Good evening and Happy New Year!

I am looking to buy the special tools A.3.0394 & A.3.0395 for pulling and driving axle shaft bearings on Spider.

Please shoot me a PM or email ([email protected]) if you have these collecting dust and would like to sell to a great Alfa home.

Plus has anyone made a tool to remove the nut on the half-shaft? If so, I am also interested in design of the said tool.

Cheers,
Chip
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-02-2016, 09:13 PM
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Totally Alfa in the UK has reproduced these.

Rear Wheel Bearing Puller - A.3.0394 ( A.3.0394) :: TotallyAlfa

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Thanks all as I found the tools but am also looking for special tool A.5.0120. Please pm me if you might have this tool and would sell it to a great Alfa home.

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Chip
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They've reproduced that one as well.

Rear wheel bearing retaining ring nut removal tool - A.5.0120 (A.5.0120 ) :: TotallyAlfa

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Thanks guys as I understand the tools are available from Totally Alfa and that will be my fall back plan if I cannot find the tool 'locally' (in USA).

So anyone in the US have the tool, please let me know.

Have a great day...now back out to the Alfa...

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what a bargain for that tool...For about 300 bucks you have a tool for a life time. Have you priced a Snap On 10 to 19 mm socket set lately? Let's support these companies that spend a lot of time reproducing these things. Without them working on these old Alfas and finding parts would be even more of a *****.. jim

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Jim, can I spend your cash?

All about supporting companies that help keep our Alfas on the road especially if the company is reproducing special tools that are needed. However I think it is good due due diligence to see if one is collecting dust in the States prior to ordering from across the pond.

As stated earlier, I will order from Totally Alfa if I cannot locate one here in the US.

Stay tuned...

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Chip
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The rare original DIASS tools are very likely costing you more than the MyAlfa replicas, if you are lucky enough to find them. You could copy the tools yourself, there are drawings posted somewhere on the BB.

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Are you looking for the long shaft Alfa tool that removed the bearing from the Axle? I have many Alfa Tools in my basement and most are for early 60's and some later SPICA.

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I've got an original A.3.0394 that I don't need anymore as I don't have any 4 cyl cars anymore. If you are still looking for one let me know and I'll look up what I paid for it and we can work something out.

Since I always end up kicking myself later on sales of stuff like this (if I buy another 4 cyl in the future and need to change a bearing) my only stipulation would be that if I end up in a situation like that, that I can borrow the tool to deal with it!

Oh, sorry, just reread the thread and noticed that you seem to have found this tool already...

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I've got an original A.3.0394 that I don't need anymore as I don't have any 4 cyl cars anymore. If you are still looking for one let me know and I'll look up what I paid for it and we can work something out.

Since I always end up kicking myself later on sales of stuff like this (if I buy another 4 cyl in the future and need to change a bearing) my only stipulation would be that if I end up in a situation like that, that I can borrow the tool to deal with it!

Oh, sorry, just reread the thread and noticed that you seem to have found this tool already...

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Kevin
kevin..would you still have this tool, and if so i would like to buy it..thanks, rick

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