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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-15-2015, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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Crankshaft Pulley

I have a 1974 2000 GTVeloce Euro version with carbs.

I would need the crankshaft pulley. Is the pulley of the Euro version the same of the USA (Spica) one?. Can I use the pulley of the 2L Spica in my 2L carbs?.
Time ago somebody told me that they have different insert patterns to the crankshaft and both are not interchangeable.

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I don't know about the fit of the two pulleys you mention, but the timing marks will be different for Spica and carbureted cars.

You can probably get the correct pulley for your car by posting a wanted request on in the forum devoted to Parts Wanted or by contacting one of the major Alfa parts suppliers. There's a list of who they are somewhere on AlfaBB.

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A Euro pulley will fit a US car and vice versa. As Gary points out, the timing marks will be different but you can make new ones with a tape measure and white paint.

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A Euro pulley will fit a US car and vice versa. As Gary points out, the timing marks will be different but you can make new ones with a tape measure and white paint.
True. It's also easy to use a degree wheel to remark the pulley, especially when it's not on the car.

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