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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    That explains completely! Wasn't criticizing, just wondering
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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    Getting down and dirty

    I have taken out front subframe and rear axle units Complete With suspension etc from my car. I have started work on the rear end, dismantled the springs and rust treated everything and bead blasted all parts ready for zink plating and paint.

    Now I have only the rear axle With hubs on my working table. To loosen the dreaded ring nuts I have welded up a hub holder tool With a rectangular 1,8m long tube.

    Also bougth the correct Outer ring nut tool from Cavalitto and made my mother of torque arms ready for the job.

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    Before I make my first atempt at loosening, I need to reasure my self that they are right hand threaded both sides (front and rear please). I also found that my rear springs dont have the anti sqeak material between the leaves. According to the parts manual and workshop manual it shoud have. Were do I get this?

    Can anyone chime in?

    Cheers

    Tor

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    The ring nuts finally came off, not without a fight. My first attempts was fruitless, despite the very heavy tools I used.
    They would not loosen.

    Then I set up a different aprroach, I mixed 50% acetone With 50% thin penetrating oil and applyed it inside the hub and around the outer and inner ringnut. I repeated this 3 times the following days.

    Finally I used my impact wrench, first gently heating the hubs to 60-70 Celsius and then hold the wrench hammering for a half minute or so before it loosened.

    Off they come

    I took out the berarings and cleaned and checked them, both seems reusable. Now it is rust threated and been prepared for repainting, and the discs obviously need to visit a lathe to be turned Down to the 9 med mm. HF spec.

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    Re: Fulvia 1,3 HF

    They can indeed be very tight, well done!

    I made a tool with a 1" socket connection and take tool and hub to the local Daf truck repair workshop. They have this huge impact airgun. Job done in 5 seconds, every time (so far).

    Bart

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