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  1. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Hi, I am selling a Milano (75) rear caliper passenger side which is new but has a leak. So ideally you should rebuild it or check where it's leaking from. I did not look and I had a second one so I changed it. See the photos it is new! $230 CAD + shipping! Thanks Regards
    $230 CAD
  2. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Bought this for a previous GTV6 a few years back form International Auto and never used it. Pretty much brand new. Compare here: - $159 + $95 core. It's yours for $80 + shipping. This will be shipped from Brooklyn, NY.
  3. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    88 Graduate, Red I managed to previously strip the bleeder screw on the driver side front caliper years ago, and now I need to get it off to bleed and then replace it. I tried using a locking plyers, and a plumbers pliers, and putting siran wrap around the valve, and then shoving the 9mm wrench...
  4. Milano/75 (1985-1993)
    I've owned a Milano now for about a month and have been getting around to taking care of the general maintenance, timing belt, water pump, radiator hoses, thermostat, etc. I went to replace the rear brake bleed screws with speed bleeders and I just happened to torque too hard and I snapped off...
  5. Alfetta & GTV6 (1972-1986)
    I'm completely missing the front driver's side set and so ordered a replacement kit based on feedback from the brakes forum. Upon receiving the kit, I realized they're in no way similar to what I have. Here's my passenger side caliper (Brembo)... The set I got is like this... The "spring"...
  6. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    I'm looking for a pair of 83+ aluminum front calipers from a 83~ GTV6. please email or PM me if you have a pair you want to get rid of.
  7. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    So... i have been rebuilding my brake calipers and I have run into a problem. The rebuild kit that I bought from centerline did not come with the o-rings that go in between the two caliper halves (I split the halves because I needed to clean out the grease that I used to get the pistons pushed...
  8. Alfetta & GTV6 (1972-1986)
    Since most people never in their lives have seen an almost completly disassambled GTV rear brake caliper, here it is for the educated audience's viewing pleasure. Or at least half of it is here, but it's the more interesting part, with the handbrake operating assembly. Behold; all that stuff is...
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