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Hi all,

does anyone have the jg measures for the 2600 T?

I know that's not easy to find them: are they available on the workshop manual?

Thanks in advance
 

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What do you mean by “jig” and “jg”?

I have a complete rotisserie jig I used for the restoration of a 2000T. The chassis dimensions are, I believe, the same for the 2600T
 

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What do you mean by “jig” and “jg”?

I have a complete rotisserie jig I used for the restoration of a 2000T. The chassis dimensions are, I believe, the same for the 2600T
Don,

for sure I used the wrong noun but that's the only one proposed by the translator.

I didn't mean the rotisserie: I mean the bench used to straighten a chassis; every car model has its reference measurements indicated by the factory, those are the reference I'm looking for.

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I mean the bench used to straighten a chassis; every car model has its reference measurements indicated by the factory, those are the reference I'm looking for.
No such thing as a jig exists and no reference measurements or measurement points were published for the tipo 1900/102/106 series.

The tipo 105 series may have been the first model line with such information, published in tool bulletin #121 "Chassis Checking" for Giulietta - Giulia -1750 from 1964 (note the reference to a Renault bench), partially superseded by tool bulletin #160 for Giulia - 1750 - 2000 - Montreal from 1973, and followed by tool bulletins #161 for Alfetta-Giulietta and#162 for Alfasud.

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Thanks Ruedi,

I suspected that there were no "official" measures available (like the one related to the 105 series below), however I had to ask...

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