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  1. Spider windshield frame alignment

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Hi guys, During the painting stage (actually, after the car came from the paint shop) I've discovered that windshield frame is slightly misaligned, so the windshield itself sits a little outside the frame at one side at the bottom and on the other side top it doesn't fit properly into the...
  2. 3lt GTV6 conversion

    Milano/75 (1985-1993)
    Hi guys, I have got a 164 3.0lt V6 in a 1984 GTV6 and the engine is sitting about 2cm to the right of the engine bay (looking from the front of the car). My main concern is that the drive shaft wont be straight. Has anyone seen this before or know if this is something to worry about or will...
  3. 1974 spider 2000

    Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Wheels & Tires
    Can anyone give me the alignment specifications for my 1974 Spider 2000? All the new computerized aligmnet shops don't have the specs in their computers!!
  4. alfa ss alignment specs

    Limited Production (1960-1977)
    Can someone provide me with the specifications for aligning my 1966 giulia ss. I've remounted the rear suspension after rust failure and want to relign the car/ front end but no one here has the specs and of course the new machines don't carry them! If you have them for a 74 spyder that would be...
  5. Front wheel akimbo on '84 Spider

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    I recently rotated the tires on my Spider. The fronts were worn almost flat on the outside and still have good tread on the inside. Of course this lead me to look at the wheels & tires more closely & I noticed 2 problems. Problem 1 The driver side wheel is way out of camber adjustment. After...
  6. rear steer

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    I just put my '84 Spider back on the road today after a 7-year hiatus. Received an unpleasant surprise in the form of throttle steer that feels for all the world like worn rear bushings. This was not a problem when I put it up 7 years ago, at that time the urethane bushings were less than a...
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