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post #31 of 44 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 11:45 AM
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Hello Bjorn & Luca

Christmas has arrived for your tunnel cases...

5 new ones, the front one is the original. My engineering friend had to buy a 20x1 tap for the internal thread

Send me a PM with your postal details - ditto anyone else needing one

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post #32 of 44 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 12:42 PM
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Thanks Greig,

Not sure but if made with a smaller bulb (I. Believe 18.5 mm) it could probably be used with a later style driveshaft.

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Thanks Greig

Looks perfect!
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post #34 of 44 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 09:01 AM
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Thanks gor the good new!
Only some questions :
Which kind of carbon steel used ?
Same size and weight of the original part?
Why is gold zynched?
Would be pissible to buy the original sample?
Price?
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EN8 steel, not hardened, but neither were the originals - the end of the driveshaft has a soft brass bush in it, so the pawl doesn't need to be harder than it is. They can be hardened if required.

Not sure why you would want the original, it has a flat spot on the round end which must have happened when the Guibo started to break down and the nut end was pressed up against the inside of the driveline bush plus the nut section has a few light scars from spanners, the reproduction ones are better as the end is round and true.

The engineering works yellow passivated them - they were originally cadmium plated, but this process is getting harder to find due to environmental issues. the original had light rust on the surface, it's under the car, deep inside the gearbox yoke and is covered by the Guibo or donut. I can spray one to replicate the original.

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Ok, so let me kmow how much. I want to buy the original and one new repro. Both of them.
Grazie,.Luca.
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They cost me ZAR 1500 each or 95 Euro, you can have them at cost + postage in a bubble envelope - I will price this for you

Paypal is good - I will give you the address to use via PM

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Beautiful work. Wish I needed one.
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Hello again Greig

I don't feel confortable with AlfaBB's Control panel for PM's..

Can't see if my PM's has been sent
My "Sent" folder is empty..

Did you received the latest with my adress etc?

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Thanks Greig

Looks perfect!
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Hi, I'd want to know another info : which is the size of the exagon? mm.32 or mm.27 ?
Thanks in advance,Luca.
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Sorry, I don't understand what you mean by "exagon"
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Luca means Hexagon, the size of the nut = 32mm

Shipping via courier internationally works out to 29 Euro in bubble wrap in a box to your door

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Just to let you know that tunnelcase for 00367 now is equipped with correct Pawl Nut.

Thank you all for your help

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Hey Bjorn that looks really good, glad the nut arrived safely

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