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Fuel Line Spacing Grommet 1969

The drawing shown is for the grommet equivalent to part number 105.62.32.849.00 and is for the 1969 US model year.

AR004 FUEL LINE SPACER.pdf


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164 intake runner gaskets.
With laser cutters everywhere it it easy to make your own gaskets
just get some gasket material at any auto place and toss it in the laser cuter

This will give one spare

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The clamps and bracket for the Bonaldi Vacuum Boosters on the dual circuit, floor mounted brake system (USA circa 1969):

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Bonaldi Clamps and Bracket Drawings.pdf

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post #19 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-12-2013, 04:55 PM
Ok, Here is the USA version license plate bracket for a '69 GTV. The file is an IGES 3D file. You will want to rename the extension ".igs" once you download. Sorry, no dimensioned drawings - I'm a bit too busy right now.

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... Sorry, no dimensioned drawings - I'm a bit too busy right now.
See post #10.....a drawing is available.


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Ha! I should have looked before I drew!

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It's all good practice Rich.


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I am rebuilding my '74 Spider, and stupidly I can't find the rear axle bush and it's bolt, numbers 12 and 13 in picture

Number 13 is a bolt.. not to bad.
About the bushing number 12 it look like very hard to find at stores 😫, but from what I remember I can easly rebuilt at lathe, does anyone can help me?
I need anything useful to rebuild it, photos, dimensions, drawings...
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Why don't you first look for a replacement part? I would create a thread in the classifieds Forum ....."Alfa Romeo Parts For sale and Wanted" section. You just might find someone who has a spare one of these.


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Why don't you first look for a replacement part? I would create a thread in the classifieds Forum ....."Alfa Romeo Parts For sale and Wanted" section. You just might find someone who has a spare one of these.
Thank you, I have looked around but it is not easy. I live in Italy and the most of the forum users comes from USA, for sure it will be easier replicate it otherwise shipping in USA.
And I have a lathe, so I'll will cost only the material...

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Dust Cap Seal - Wiper Mechanism

Dust cap seal used to cover the pivot bearing on the windshield wiper mechanism.

AR023 DUST CAP.pdf

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Dust Seal - Windshield Wiper Mechanism

Dust seal used on the windshield wiper mechanisms as shown in the photos below. Each seal is retained by a thin concave washer that keys into one of the grooves on the seal.
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1966 GTV Armrest Mounting Bracket

I made a template in AutoCAD using 1750GT's measurements. Print 1:1 and use it as a guide. It helps to use a sheet metal punch to make the holes clean.
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The attached drawing is for the clutch M/C cover for US spec. Series 1 1969 GTVs. ....
Is the photo you show of an original one...or a reproduction one? I ask because I'm looking for a photo of an OE one....the reproduction one I bought doesn't fit to my liking....so I'm trying to straighten out my original one that was mangled up so much that I can't make out the lower surface detail.


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Is the photo you show of an original one...or a reproduction one? I ask because I'm looking for a photo of an OE one....the reproduction one I bought doesn't fit to my liking....so I'm trying to straighten out my original one that was mangled up so much that I can't make out the lower surface detail.
I thought it was an original when I bought it but I later found it to be a repro with a few differences. It does, however, fit perfectly. I made a copy of it from my drawing and my copy fits just as well. You should be able to alter the long, flanged edges to fit your car without too much trouble.

My copy is at the top of each photo.
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This is a photo of an unrestored original from the car that sold on BaT recently.
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