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    LanciaPaul

    Re: RR Brake Caliper Problem

    Did you ensure that the slot in the piston is engaging the little nub on the back of the inboard pad?
    As an aside, I recently bought a set of rear

    LanciaPaul 16th October 2018, 09:40 AM Go to last post
    geert

    Re: Fulviasport 1.3S 2.S drivetrain questions and issues

    sometimes, but not very often, live is great and easy
    ( but don't count too much on it ;-) )

    groeten, Geert.

    geert 16th October 2018, 08:14 AM Go to last post
    Tpatcher

    Re: RR Brake Caliper Problem

    I didn't because the rubber dust boot was intact and had a tight seal.

    Tpatcher 16th October 2018, 07:00 AM Go to last post
    lancialulu

    Re: Fulviasport 1.3S 2.S drivetrain questions and issues

    I wish I had know about this spec before..... What came out of the HF Box was single lip very thin without spring (I have it somewhere as a momento).

    lancialulu 16th October 2018, 06:18 AM Go to last post
    lancialulu

    Re: Relaxing an overly-tight throttle return spring

    If you are thinking of coming near Colchester give me a heads up and you can have a ride in my HF...

    lancialulu 16th October 2018, 05:53 AM Go to last post
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