Sounds like a plan, man! :grin2:
Is it the same as the one used on the Alfetta?If anyone has a referral for a vendor for the rubber boot and over boot for the shifter, I'd really appreciate it. I've been searching to find something that will work and not really liking the universal fit items I've found.
Dave, you NAILED it. Highwood even has the rubber boot.Bob, I'm not certain about the rubber boot, but we got new leather boots for the shift lever and E brake lever from Highwood in England. They fit perfectly and look rich.
Suggest you try Mr Fiat, the factory AFRA site, or Cicognani for the rubber boot.
The pound sterling just took a hit, I should probably order while the exchange rate is favorable.We got most all the weatherstripping rubber seals from Highwood Alfa, too. A few items came from Mr Fiat, like the hatchback and hood seals. But the best deal was through Highwood, and the quality of their weatherstripping was very good.
I know how you feel. I just had to change the original rear brake pads and rotors on my truck for the first time. I was hoping to make it to 300,000 miles. But the pad started eating the rotor around 298,800. Oh well.Meanwhile, put the new clutch in the 91S. Was a pain because one flywheel bolt broke off and had to be drilled out. Those bolts had never been touched since the car was built in 91. And as well, the filler plug had been beavered before I had bought the car used, so had to use the back up light sensor hole instead. Was hoping to make 200k miles on the original clutch, but only made 190k. Oh well. Lousy stuff anyway, lol.