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Hi All,

I was hoping that someone could tell be the bolt size, lenght and thread for the clamp on the tie rod adjustment. the parts book has nothing at all.

cheers Ian

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Hi Guys,
Thanks for the replies. another anorak detail, are they lobo or should they have 3F 80 on them for high tensile.
Buying a car in pieces always throws up detail questions, my bolts have vanished.

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Mine are marked RIBE, made by Richard Bergner GMBH in Germany.
Probably Alfa sourced the complete tie rods with the clamps and fasteners.
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Some cars used bolts from Fontan Luigi S.p.A., Veduggio Milano, Italy (symbol “2F”, “3F” or “4F” as identified from USA Defense Department publication of manufacturer logos). This does not appear to be year of manufacture related; the author has a 750 driveshaft and some NOS 105-series bolts from this manufacturer.
Bolt at gearbox marked “80” and bolt at differential marked “100”. This is probably tensile strength in kg/sq.-mm.

Some cars use bolts from LOBO.
 

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thanks again for feed back,

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Mine are marked RIBE, made by Richard Bergner GMBH in Germany.
Probably Alfa sourced the complete tie rods with the clamps and fasteners.
Joe
Thanks again, found 4 bolts today with ribe on them, they even had a bit of black paint on them . so problem solved. cheers
 
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