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      You can pick them up on eBay, not a bad deal that!

      Also available from a dealer, part number #46419734 or #51810310 but according to ePer they'll only sell them in packs of 20.

      I've replaced all mine with black M6 bolts and penny washers.

      All the best

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      Mullered undertray fixings fixed

      Like most 147's, when I bought the car, most of my undertray fixings were rusted and knackered. One had a broken bolt rusted into it, two were spinning in the chassis so couldn't be undone. A previous owner/garage had mashed some of the heads. The tray had had to be forcibly removed in the past, and was dangling on cable ties. Ugh. (and now an MOT fail I think).

      I replaced the knackered rivnuts a while back with stainless ones, and got one of the eBay Polish £30 undertrays, which fits fine. But finding the black T30 caphead bolts at a sensible price was another matter, and ****ty silver Allen-heads with big washers did the job meanwhile but looked wrong.

      If anyone else suffers a similar degree of Alfa-OCD, you'll be pleased to know these are dirt cheap, and exactly what you need. £7.40 for 15 inc post is a lot better than £3.50-£4.90 each when you need 9 of them. Mine turned up from Lithuania pretty quick. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/15x-TORX...NCIA-CITROEN-ALFA-ROMEO-46419734/121883124682

      And use Copaslip, of course.
       
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      Service again today!

      Did this one back-to-back with the GF's Hyundai too.. I must say the air-filter on her i10 is a touch easier than the GT ;)

      Pulled the H7R HID's out too and returned to a set of +130% halogens... HIDs in the Alfa reflector housings just don't work in my experience.. Back to high output halogens, and have re-aimed the beam with the knobs on the units instead. See how we get on with them instead!

      I replaced the knackered rivnuts a while back with stainless ones, and got one of the eBay Polish £30 undertrays, which fits fine. But finding the black T30 caphead bolts at a sensible price was another matter, and ****ty silver Allen-heads with big washers did the job meanwhile but looked wrong.

      If anyone else suffers a similar degree of Alfa-OCD, you'll be pleased to know these are dirt cheap, and exactly what you need. £7.40 for 15 inc post is a lot better than £3.50-£4.90 each when you need 9 of them. Mine turned up from Lithuania pretty quick. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/15x-TORX...NCIA-CITROEN-ALFA-ROMEO-46419734/121883124682

      And use Copaslip, of course.
      You beauty!

      I was just cursing mine today as the rivnuts have started spinning and the threads on the bolts are corroded away to dust. What size rivnuts did you use?
       
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