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Alfetta / GTV6 front de dion spacer

Hello everyone.
Please I need help! I'm missing these two spacer for my Alfetta. These are supposed to be on top and below the dedion front bushing/mount that goes with the transverse crossmember.

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Number 96 & 102 on the diagram.

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You only need one of number 102. Number 96 is the rings that go above and below the apex bushing. These fit inside the Apex bushing hole. Then the metal of the Dedion is staked down around the top ring to hold it in.

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I just got 2 more. Now I have a Matta. I must be crazy.
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I need then all three parts. My dedion bush doesnt have any of the rings. The crossmember has a spacer welded below (maybe 102 part?)
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Forget about 102 - it's just a washer for the bolt that fastens the DeDion to the crossmember.

Just use some large washers to take up any of the space that remains between the crossmember and the bushing.

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Yes, I imagine I can used some similar washer. However I still need both rings. Anyone have these?
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