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Alfa Romeo 145 - 146 Forum _ You & Your Car _ The Red Devil's Progress Since April 2014

Posted by: Ganz 6th July 2015 00:27

Some more pics from this week.


These were the front gearshift housing brackets that needed to be installed before I bolted the sub-frame frame on rant.gif

Also, the steering rack bolts could only be lined up with me dropping the sub-frame again.. rant.gif rant.gif

I noticed the FIAT/Lancia stampings on the the subframe.


Had to take the air intake off to get clearance for the new brake lines.

Fitted to measure my own fabricated dust cowl for the front discs



Also, I fabricated a shield to protect the pulleys from stones and whatnot.



The arb droplinks have to have no more than 5 thread teeth showing (the 6th one being just inside the nut) or else they'll be over tightened. If you go with the torque setting you'll just squash the rubber or polybushes.


The arb end nut also cannot be too tight. Again, if you use a torque wrench on the arb end nut it will be over tightened and the anti roll bar won't move freely.

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