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post #1516 of 1681 (permalink) Old 10-31-2016, 12:10 AM
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Is that a column shift? Grey interior? I think I looked at that car many years ago FS if it is. Very pretty color combo; I still think of that car.
Nope, it has a red interior and floor shift.

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post #1517 of 1681 (permalink) Old 10-31-2016, 07:29 AM
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Here is my Berlina 2000

To be build and driven next year!

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Will fit the Autoparco's - 6J versions


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Unfortunately, installing spacers is going the wrong way: the rubbing is most likely coming from the tire hitting the fender. The real wheel space is very tight on Supers and TI's and many wheels that fit GTV's and Spider cause rubbing on the outside fender. The first thing you need to do if tell us what wheels you are using, along with their offsets.

Rubbing at the rear is also caused by worn rear axle bushings which allow lateral movement of the whole axle.

Tire sizes are also critical. Generally speaking any tire larger than a 185 cross section put the tire quite close to the outside fender.

The optimum offset that seem to work best with Supers and TI's are 30mm to 38mm with the advantage being toward the larger offset. Basically the more the outer rim is moved inboard the better.

To get some additional offset it's possible to machine a few mm's off the brake-hub.

My Super has the Classic Alfa 6x15x29.5mm GTA style wheels with 185x65x15 tires and stock suspension. It was also fitted with a overload "Granny" spring which mounted obove the differential and added approximately 1in to the rear ride height. When I removed this spring, lowering the rear about 1 in., I found that I now get occasional rubbing when accelerating around corners. I suspect this is caused by the rear axle's lateral movement. New bushes are in order.[/QUOTE]

I just re-read my messages and realised I might have been unclear about my thoughts regarding adding spacers. I was referring to spring spacers that would prevent the rear height to lower so much; not wheel spacers.
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Unfortunately, installing spacers is going the wrong way: the rubbing is most likely coming from the tire hitting the fender. The real wheel space is very tight on Supers and TI's and many wheels that fit GTV's and Spider cause rubbing on the outside fender. The first thing you need to do if tell us what wheels you are using, along with their offsets.

Rubbing at the rear is also caused by worn rear axle bushings which allow lateral movement of the whole axle.

Tire sizes are also critical. Generally speaking any tire larger than a 185 cross section put the tire quite close to the outside fender.

The optimum offset that seem to work best with Supers and TI's are 30mm to 38mm with the advantage being toward the larger offset. Basically the more the outer rim is moved inboard the better.

To get some additional offset it's possible to machine a few mm's off the brake-hub.

My Super has the Classic Alfa 6x15x29.5mm GTA style wheels with 185x65x15 tires and stock suspension. It was also fitted with a overload "Granny" spring which mounted obove the differential and added approximately 1in to the rear ride height. When I removed this spring, lowering the rear about 1 in., I found that I now get occasional rubbing when accelerating around corners. I suspect this is caused by the rear axle's lateral movement. New bushes are in order.
I just re-read my messages and realised I might have been unclear about my thoughts regarding adding spacers. I was referring to spring spacers that would prevent the rear height to lower so much; not wheel spacers.
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Anyone for Piper Yellow? Stock '73 1600. Getting the car ready to use on an upcoming 6 week Euro driving trip. Route suggestions/POI's welcomed!! LINK
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Two TIs at the dealer

They had 7 in stock.
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They had 7 in stock.
George, did you pick one up?

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You know the "new" Giulietta is not a big car, similar to the Dodge Dart. But it dwarfs a Giulia sedan.
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My 1963 Giulia Ti Super Rep is just about finished, barring some detailing, minor propshaft balancing, handbrake sorting, and running in after fitting a freshly rebuilt 2 litre.
Had it two years but only really started to finish it off in January this year.
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My 1963 Giulia Ti Super Rep is just about finished, barring some detailing, minor propshaft balancing, handbrake sorting, and running in after fitting a freshly rebuilt 2 litre.
Had it two years but only really started to finish it off in January this year.
Here's a few pics :-
Some inside shots would be great...The car is fantastic...GREAT work
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Interior and underbonnet pics in a day or two.

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