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I'm making up some press tools on my lathe for my brother. I have a trailing arm to work from for the female tools, but no accurate measurements for the bushing diameters for the male tools and it's not easy to get an accurate measurement with the bushings in place. Anybody got a pair handy along with a vernier to measure them ? Only needs to be accurate to about 0.01 inches.

Most of his alfas are mid 60's to mid 70's

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Geoffrey, I don't have any nearby but you should be aware that early 105 trailing arm bushes are smaller in diameter than the later ones, so your range of dates would cover both types. See e.g. the Alfaholics website for pictures.
 

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That's good to know. There are more early 70's than anything else and the trailing arm I have is from that period. So the later(?) diameters would be a good starting point. In any case, I'll be able to tell if the dimensions are wildly different from the arm I have.

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