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Front hub oil flange and gasket

In the Giulia Spare Parts Catalog, (Table 49, pp; 136 &N 137), the following are presented:

1)1365.53.018 - FLANGE, oil packing - the thin, square pressed-steel thingie with bolt holes at each corner, and

2)1365.53.402 - GASKET, oil - An even thinner paper thingie of the same shape.

And, of course, my basket-case Giulia Spider arrived without either. I've not seen any photos of them being installed or removed or read any threads/post about them.

I assumed, they were not original on disc-brake '64 & '65 Giulia Spiders. It now appears that conclusion was a tad premature, and erroneous.

I need two of each if any generous souls have any spares. If anyone happens to have a technical drawing of the flange, I know a machinist who could probably make them, though that wouldn't be my first choice.

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Here are the items in question.

Hopefully, someone has some extra flanges
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While it is obvious, I neglected to mention that these flanges mount on the two stub axles.

I really only need the flanges as I can make the gaskets,

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Did you try Larry at APE? Usually has them.


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I called Larry, yesterday. He was going to check and see if he had any and give me a call in an hour or so.

It appears that the California "hour" is the extreme opposite of the notorious New York "minute"

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Gordon,

The Giulia Veloce Spider SPC supplement does not show this part in Tav 46/1, 46/2, or 57. Am I chasing something that was not used on Giulia Spiders equipped with disc brakes? Did the design of the dust shield render the flange unnecessary?

Thanks,

BTW - Larry did call back and is looking for the parts in question.

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