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|02-05-2019 04:06 AM|
That's a good general cross section of the rockers. At the A pillar there's an additional member between the inner and middle.
Removing the gearbox is tricky for two reasons, if you have standing pedals and floor shift. The short clutch arm has to be removed, that means removal of the nut and knocking out the cross pin. The other thing are the ears on the bellhousing left over from a column shift cars that get in the way of pulling the trans back far enough to clear the clutch. 30 years ago I carefully trimmed the bellhousing and covered the holes with aluminium tape.
I'll put some pictures up.
|02-04-2019 01:09 PM|
This thread will help you: https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/car...ts-detail.html
Hope this cross section helps:
|02-04-2019 12:51 PM|
How are the panels welded to the sills? I wasn't able to find any up top.
Is there any standard documentation on the spot welds or is it just too obvious for most people, not so much many threads seem to cover these.
|02-04-2019 12:33 PM|
Originally Posted by AlessandroM View Post
|02-04-2019 12:25 PM|
Floor pan spot welds and gearbox removal
I'm looking for a guide (or a thread?) about the spot welds in the floorpans. I know about the ones between the pans but other than that i have only discovered some when i ground down the seam sealer + some paint, but there must be many more. :-)
I need to remove the gearbox in that car as well - does removing the floorpans help in anyway to remove the gearbox (without pulling the engine)?
Thanks a lot!