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    Re: Beta Brake Pads

    Hey Dave,
    No, I don't have a microfiche. Over the years I've just collected parts lists as they appear. Many years ago a company in Tulsa , Oklahoma called Maduko Motori published a list of Fiat...
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    Re: Beta Brake Pads

    4434823 are 124, x/19, Scorpion rear brake pad set.
    Todd
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    Re: Beta Brake Pads

    Don't sweat it Dave, you will need them eventually. I'm always on the look out for a set of Ferodo Beta pads. The ones with lots of esbestos in them. They work great and don't trash the discs as...
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    Re: Beta Brake Pads

    82315603 are rear pads.
    82315602 are front pads.
    The fronts are significantly thicker than the rears.
    Todd
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    Re: Headlight Rocker Switch Connector Layout?

    Hi Bruce,
    I just pulled out my switch and this is what I have.
    If I pull it straight out, on the left side there are a row of connections that go down . From the top , I have Black, then below it ,...
  6. Thread: thirty grand!

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    Re: thirty grand!

    Its missing its belly pan and the "tractor seat "that holds the spare tire.
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    Re: Beta Sedan owners manual 1978???

    There is a manual for 1978 North American models but they combine the 4 door sedan, 2 door coupe and the HPE. I have a sedan only manual but it is from 1975.
    Books4cars in Seattle shows the 1978...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Maybe Hubert can answer this question.
    With regards to the A-arm bushes, how are they removed and installed? Are they hammered out with a long drift from the opposite side?
    Also, if I were to...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    It looks to me that the whole subframe, suspension and steering components were assembled together and then painted a semi gloss black together. The heads of the bolts that hold the steering damper...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Thanks Brian....not sure what happened . Lets try it again.
    Todd
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Happy Presidents day or Family day as it is here in Canada.
    I had a chance to work on the Flaminia Gt's front suspension today. Its taken a while to get it cleaned up but its almost ready to paint....
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    The car is back down on floor jacks while I work on the subframe. I've removed all of the suspension and steering components and I'm concentrating on just cleaning up the subframe. Both my...
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    Re: Newbe member Fulvia

    Welcome to the forum.
    There is loads of good info here for a fulvia owner.
    Todd
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    It took a few days of tinkering with the cotter pins and freeing up the bottom ball joint but I managed to get the left hand shock out and cleaned up. It also works well but as you can see in the...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Hey guys,
    Thanks for the input. It seems that the shocks may not be original. I will pull the other side tomorrow to see if its the same. The shocks still feel quite good but has anyone any...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Can anyone tell me what is supposed to be printed on the front shocks of the Flaminia GT?
    Here is a picture of mine. I can see that "Lancia" is stenciled on it and I can see a "B" and an "E".
    I...
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    Re: Timing Question

    Hi Phillip,
    Definitely sounds like a timing problem. First make sure that all the timing marks are aligned correctly. That means that the notch in the crank pulley is lined up with the biggest of...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    Thanks for the help Hubert. I will try your method to remove the bolt and thanks for the link...there is a lot of good info there.
    I would still like to remove the body from the frame but I am...
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    Re: 3C GT Rusteration

    I've finally got the 3C GT off the chassis rotator and on to jack stands again. Floors and rockers are done and the next step is to remove the subframe and replace the metal on the bottom of it.
    I...
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    Re: RR Brake Caliper Problem

    Hi Robert,
    Is there any chance you have tried to install front pads into the rears? I've included a picture of a new front pad along side a new rear and there is a big difference in thickness.
    As...
  21. Thread: Keys cut

    by Todd D.
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    Re: Keys cut

    Keys4Classics.com in Australia is what I would recommend. They can recreate the stamped Lancia keys from a good scan or from its code . They have all Italian car key blanks to choose from. Reasonable...
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    Re: Flaminia Rear Wheel Bearing

    That's great to know.....I've made a note of that in my shop manual. Where did you find the bearings for the rear axle?
    Todd
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    Re: Beta master cylinder rebuild

    Happy Canada Day everyone.
    I'm still tinkering with the master cylinder. The pistons move in the bore fine but the nylon washer just does not want to budge. I've soaked it well and put a lot of air...
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    Beta master cylinder rebuild

    After bleeding the Zagato's brakes for 2 weeks now, I still have a soft mushy pedal and have decided to try to re-build the master cylinder.
    I can get the circlip out, the first washer and...
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    Re: Setting up my dual Weber DCNF carbs:

    Hi Chad,
    Obviously your car is running well from watching the video, I'm just curious why you mounted your DCNF's with the float chamber facing the engine. It must be difficult to adjust the...
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