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    Lightbulb Re: How complete isn this tool kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Professorgearhead View Post
    A friend of mine picked up this tool kit from the Padova auto jumble for me last fall because my '72 1,600 series 2 lacked its kit. It looks pretty comprehensive to me, but I'm no expert. Can anyone tell me whether I'm missing anything, in which case what, or whether I even have too much. I'm pretty sure the 'Dulciom' (?) brand 11mm and 10mm wrench in the photo was not original to the kit. Most of the tool look essentially unused.
    I had reason to consult the handbook today for my Series 1 2c Berlina, and listed is the contents of the toolkit,
    I also have a handbook for a Series 2 Berlina so I checked in there as well.
    But I can see no reason why the coupe versions should differ.
    Series 1.
    "tool Bag Containing.
    Cutting pliers
    4 double headed spanners.
    Box spanner for spark plugs and fuel tank plug.
    Tommy bar,
    Screwdriver,
    Cross head screwdriver,
    Envelope Containing accessories and screws for fitting seat belts.
    Jack equipped with ratchet type spanner and socket spanner.
    Note.
    The ratchet type spanner serves also for removing the wheel hub caps, and in conjunction with other spanners, for the spark plugs, for the oil drain plugs and for the wheel nuts.
    Technical Assistance Department.
    Letter-Press No 8798117- Second edition (VIII-1965-1000)"

    Series 2.
    "Tool bag containing: cutting pliers, 3 double-headed spanners (8x19) (13x14) (17x19),
    Spanner for spark plugs and fuel tank plug,
    Tommy bar for box spanners, normal screwdriver and cross point screwdriver.
    Spanner (9x11) for brake friction pads.
    Jack equipped with ratchet type spanner and spanner"?
    "Note.
    The Ratchet type spanner used to remove the wheel hub caps and together with other spanners, to remove the spark plugs, the oil drain plugs and the wheel mounting screws."
    "Engineering Direction
    Standards and Publications Department
    Letter-Press No 8798164-3rd Edition (X-1971 - 2000)"

    Hope this helps, although this isn't all that is shown in my hard copy of the Tavoli!
    Brian

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    Re: How complete isn this tool kit?

    Thanks for that, Brian.
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
    '72 Lancia Fulvia 1600

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    Re: How complete isn this tool kit?

    As long as we're quoting, here's from a Fulvia (Sedan) manual, engine 818.000/1091cc, Letter Press No. 8798095 - First Edition (VI-1963-1000).


    After the tool bag contents:

    "Optional

    Tappet adjusting spanner and feeler gauge.
    Lever for replacing the brake friction pads. "


    Similar options also appear in the 2C manual, as well as Flavia and Flaminia, but not Aurelia.
    If it's optional, you don't need to bring it to Pebble...
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    Re: How complete isn this tool kit?

    I have just all the S1 owner's manuals, and in every one those are "a richiesta". I've never seen a Fulvia tool kit with either of them.
    Ed Levin
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    Re: How complete isn this tool kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1,6 HF View Post
    I have just all the S1 owner's manuals, and in every one those are "a richiesta". I've never seen a Fulvia tool kit with either of them.
    Thanks for that, Ed. I’ll consider my tool kit 'complete'. On to other things......!
    Thor Frohn-Nielsen
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