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    Re: Contact details

    You have an email.
  2. Re: A 3 year waiting list.... noooo... not for an LB STR

    NHS operations?
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    164 crate motor

    In Greece. Brazilian spec.
    Nowt to do with me!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Alfa-Romeo-164-3-0-V6-24V-Semi-complete-Engine-Brand-New-In-Box/183928255407?hash=item2ad2fa73af:g:FtwAAOSwKrRdYE9s
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    Alfa engine tool

    I thought this was needed for the 24v cam timing - but it isn't! I think it is a tool to fit cam sprockets and oil pump drive, but it doesn't fit my 24v - ? for a 12v.
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    Re: Merry Christmas everybody!

    As Marmite as Marmite!
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    Re: Original Grp4 wheels

    Are the originals not magnesium? So suspect safety-wise at this age?
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    Alfa/Lancia 3L 24v cambelt covers

    Anybody got any spare ones? It's for a CF1 engine, I don't know if later versions differ.
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    Re: Spring has sprung

    Thanks Guy, I've ordered a new pair of 240lb ones.
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    Re: Spring has sprung

    A bit like your Northern Tour - "when shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain?"
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    Spring has sprung

    Getting access to change the cambelt. Glad it didn't happen on the road!
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    Re: Very good Stratos book

    The titles and headings are in English, which is odd with japanese text. It's as if it has been translated from English at some point, but the ISBN only seems for a japanese one.
    This looks...
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    Re: Calendar 2020 - still need photos !

    Excellent effort chaps!
    Thank you.
  13. Thread: Spotted

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    Re: Spotted

    Long way to go for a joiner John.
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    Re: Spotted

    Yes, I think you're right looks like the pictures of his I have.
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    Spotted

    White hawk with grey louvres and yellow wheels on the A68 in Earlston today. Magnetti Marelli decals behind doors and no lamp pod. I didn't recognise the car - any confessions/identifications?
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    Re: Stratos Cake!

    You can't cut that up and eat it!
  17. Re: Mauro Sipsz's Lancia Stratos at Rally Legend San Marino 2019

    All I'm getting is an audio track with no video - is it like that or is it me?
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    I can see that, but is the pivot point for toe-in not the rear of the tie-bar, so the forward movement of the strut on toe-in will be limited?
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    There are no appropriate dimensions on these Lancia diagrams, 'f' & 'g' are the two bits we're interested in..
    With my school set square they look in-line not offset. Maybe best ask Hawk.
    I have...
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    i have 560mm from the rear of the bulkhead to the centre of the topmount, and confirm the measurement of 648mm bulkhead to front of rear frame as above.
    i also have 152mm centre of bottom rosejoint...
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    On the diagram above, it looks like rear bulkhead to the center of the bottom arm pickup point should be 432mm? or am I missing something?

    heads to garage with measuring tape....
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    I wondered what bit of the chassis to level to when doing my geometry. In the end I used the centre spine. I don't know if this is parallel to the top of the rear frame. I haven't seen a figure for...
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    Re: 3D reproduction

    I don't think plastic would do it Chris - it's very narrow where it has snapped through.
    I have sourced one from America at great expense.
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    Re: 3D reproduction

    Sounds expensive!
    Part's about 7 x 2.5 x <1cm.
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    3D reproduction

    Is there such a thing as a 3D 'photocopier'?
    Something that scans a part then prints a copy. I've been trying to get a small metal part to repair an expensive set of headphones, but the manufacturer...
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