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  1. Changing differential

    Gearbox, Transaxle, Differential & Propshaft
    Hello, Does anyone knows there is a difference in the rear axle between the early Giulia super 105 with the Dunlop brakes and the later modells with ATE brakes. I changed the diffrential. and know the shafts will not fit. I always thought that the shafts are identical.
  2. For Sale Original Giulia Super 105-series front brake set (standing pedal version)

    Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    For sale: Original Giulia 1600 Super front brake set, standing pedal version Set consists of: 2x ATE 2-pot front brake calipers On the one calipers it says ATE R38 (I think, outer side) / ... (can't read it, inner side) and on the other caliper is says ATE 173 (outer side) / 24 (inner side)...
  3. ATE master cylinder, can't take it apart ?

    Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Wheels & Tires
    Hi I'm trying to dismantle an ATE brake master cylinder and getting no where. I've dismantled the "No-Name" master cylinders before and never had a problem, but the ATE ones won't budge. I've being able to remove the snap ring, the metal washer under the snap ring, and the first big seal. The...
  4. For Sale 105 GTV Seats and other 105 parts

    Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Here is a list of some 105 parts for sale. Pictures of most are shown below. All prices are before shipping cost: 105 GTV Seats - $275 4.56 Rear end with Dunlop Brakes - $250 Front (R&L) Dunlop Brakes with hub, rotor & spindle - $100/pair Early 105 Veloce 2 piece Airbox (pre 1967) without...
  5. Restoring Some 105/115 Rear Calipers...

    Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Wheels & Tires
    Hi Gang, Many here have been extremely helpful when I was searching for some specialty calipers for a rally car. Found them I did and I figured I'd pay back the list with a little "how-to" thread. I came upon the fact that the 105/115 calipers would be what we were looking for. Originally we...
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