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  1. Milano/75 (1985-1993)
    The front end of the engine has officially been put back together and other than a high pitch noise from the distributor cap, the engine idles and works perfectly. The only thing I need to do to get this baby on the road is the bloody clutch slave and master. I tried for about an hour today...
  2. GT (1963-1977)
    Replacing the clutch mc on a 69 GTV with standing pedals, and of course the line broke because they're siezed on the hardline. Anyone know where I can get replacements and the size/type of fittings? Local auto parts stores don't have anything that'll work. I'll try to attach a picture later
  3. Gearbox, Transaxle, Differential & Propshaft
    Bleeding my clutch system stopped gears from grinding a year ago, but it's back. I bled it again and it was good for a week. I replaced the slave and bled it again and now it's only good for overnight. Do I need a master? Looks like there are bubbles coming up in the fluid reservoir every time...
  4. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Offering for sale a new clutch master cylinder. Tag gives p/n 00605-18194. Centerline-International shows as for late GTV6 and all Milano ($79 their price). Fits in USPS small flat rate shipping box. Priced for fast sale at $25 plus shipping ($5.25 within continental US) - or best offer.
  5. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    The clutch master cylinder on my 84 has been leaking since I bought the car. I ordered the master, slave, and hose from IAP and started replacing them last night. The corosive brake fluid has stripped paint from the inner fender and a little surface rust has started on the nice shiny metal...
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