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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

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    The hard thing these days is to know if you get quality or something bogus... Even from reputable shops, they get conned as well sometimes by their suppliers
    Isn't that the truth! Even major retailers like Amazon have a hard time ensuring the products they're selling are genuine

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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    Quote Originally Posted by Marnix View Post
    OK, here we go (again). The Dunlop brakes....

    Thanks for the input guys.

    I was not clear in my first post.

    I have the later models Girling brakes.

    I am referring to parts numbered 7 in both below images.

    I am going to try the 3M tape next on all 8 pads since this is something simple and cheap to try as per first link in my first post.






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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    OK, I see. I was referring to the shim washers, part 15 (on S2/3 only at the rear brakes it seems.)

    Can't help you with the Girling internal shim parts I am afraid.
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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    For anybody who might find this useful , fitting the 3M high temp tape as per this thread guide solved all my noise problems.

    http://www.lancisti.net/forum/showth...-change-How-to

    image taken of guide in link.


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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    Thanks! I'am also replacing my pads now. Will follow the illustration regarding the 3M shims.

    What about the clips pressing on the pads in this picture? Do you have them installed also this way?

    I have ordered them from my local brakeshop, but I'm not sure its original Lancia.

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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    Dont forget the shims between the rear caliper and the mounting item 15 Tav41 to centre the caliper on the disk.

    And also the double tab washer for the mounting bolts front and back.

    Yes the hair spring #8 / Tav 41 is required along with #7 backing plate.

    Omicron sold some neat pins with an R clip in place of those big split pins.

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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    So I just got the missing hair spring clip for the rear brakes, in case anyone else is missing theres, I got them from a Volvo girling catalog manifacture "Quick-brake" - see photo.. Other than that, I just used the 3M shims included in the Green stuff pads package. Did not have the original Lancia backing plates no. 7 in the drawings in my 7 year ownership...

    Regarding the hair springs, which job is to keep the pads away from the disc I guess. It looks like Lancia did not install these in the front. Why? I have found some from the same suppliers as I found the ones for the rear. Would it NOT be a good idea to mount these in the front also?

    Last edited by Norvox; 10th March 2019 at 07:06 AM.

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    Re: Fulvia Brake shims / backing plates

    Nevermind my question regarding mounting the hair spring clip on the front pads. Simple because the form of the pad, does not allow for a mounting of the hair spring clip as on the rear pads.
    Nikolaj Skovron
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