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  1. Alfa 75, RZ, SZ
    As far as I know(though I may be mistaken) there is supposed to be a bushing to center the front donut on the propshaft. However for the V6/turbo version they are no longer aviable. I'm thinking of replacing them with an O-ring or similar. Does anyone know what these look like so I can get the...
  2. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    Just got back from a run and let her cool down for a bit before putting her away and noticed a few drops of oil on the floor, it looks like its coming from the rear of the gearbox and dripping onto the x member - while I was poking around underneath I noticed the donut was cracked - oh great!! -...
  3. Alfa 75, RZ, SZ
    Hi All Attempting my first removal of the prop on my red 75 to replace the front donut bit stuck - First was to get it up of all 4 wheels, got it up ramps and then jacked rear but it got a bit wobbly so its only on the firs tnotch of the rear axle stands so not loads of room! - bumpers off...
  4. General Motoring Discussion
    Nice clip! :) Noble donut Pedestrian almost cops it though................. :eek:
  5. Alfa 75, RZ, SZ
    Jamie, I assumed the rubber in the rubber donuts helped to absorb/dampen the vibrations? I would guess that metal replacements would exacerbate any vibrations? Might be ok for racing, but might be a bit too harsh for every day road use? I could be wrong of course. :rolleyes: g
  6. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi, Confirm they have either of the following fitted: 1. Michelin Pilot Sport 2. Michelin MXF Sport 3. Pirelli PZero 4. Bridgestone S3 I have Pirelli P7000's on my 17" Supersports which need to be replaced soon. I need some honest opinions of what I should consider for the next set...
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