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    Montecarlo Clutch Arm

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    Lancia Montecarlo hydraulic clutch operating arm, and slave bracket if poss.

    Thanks for any help.
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    Re: Montecarlo Clutch Arm

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    Hello Chris
    I might have an arm and gearbox bracket though from memory the bracket I have is bigger than your pic as it has other gearchange bits attached so you would need to cut it down. It will be a few days before I can check though and I will come back to you then.

    Out of interest is the part circled in blue below a lancia part? If so any idea of what its called and part number. I am using the domed part of a nyloc on mine but its not ideal.

    Peter

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    Re: Montecarlo Clutch Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by Stableblock View Post
    Hello Chris
    I might have an arm and gearbox bracket though from memory the bracket I have is bigger than your pic as it has other gearchange bits attached so you would need to cut it down. It will be a few days before I can check though and I will come back to you then.

    Out of interest is the part circled in blue below a lancia part? If so any idea of what its called and part number. I am using the domed part of a nyloc on mine but its not ideal.

    Peter
    Hi Peter,
    You're right, on my first Hawk (which is the one in the photo), I used part of the Monte gear linkage, because, as you say, it doubles up as the clutch slave cylinder mount. I cut off the Monte gear linkage parts.
    It saved making a bracket.

    If you've got any Monte clutch arm/linkage bracket parts Peter, they'd be much appreciated. Thanks.

    It's funny you should mention the part (which you've circled in blue) because on the set up in that photo, I used the hex end of a wheel bolt with the tapered part acting on the recess in the clutch arm.
    I was short of the proper Lancia part too, and I've yet to see one.

    I need the Monte parts because I'm using Hawk engine mounts, which get int the way of the custom clutch operation on my ex Tom Ransom engine.
    It looks like I'm also going to have to ditch the Allora/Corse gear shift, because the Monte clutch operation will get in the way of that.

    The idea was to fit a twin cam to get me up and running, because it was easy. Nothing's straightforward, is it?
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    Re: Montecarlo Clutch Arm

    Peter,

    David J. has a Monte clutch arm, but your Monte linkage/slave mount bracket would save me a lot of time, if you can find it?

    Thanks. Chris

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    Re: Montecarlo Clutch Arm

    Quote Originally Posted by Stableblock View Post
    Hello Chris
    I might have an arm and gearbox bracket though from memory the bracket I have is bigger than your pic as it has other gearchange bits attached so you would need to cut it down. It will be a few days before I can check though and I will come back to you then.

    Out of interest is the part circled in blue below a lancia part? If so any idea of what its called and part number. I am using the domed part of a nyloc on mine but its not ideal.

    Peter
    Peter,
    Hold on for now.
    I've had an offer of the parts I need, and not far from where I live.
    Thanks very much for your offer to help out, and don't throw anything away.
    I'll keep you posted.
    Chris

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    Re: Montecarlo Clutch Arm

    I now have a Monte clutch arm and mounting bracket.
    Thank you to Peter and David J.

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