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  1. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi all, I'm currently in the process of taking off my head on my 2.0 jts and want to know the size of head bolts. Are they M10 or M13 ribe bits? Many thanks
  2. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Could someone confirm these are the size 13 ribe bit?? TIA
  3. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    hi I know the ribe for the 4 m7 bolts on the sump needs a long ribe tool anybody know what thickness the tool needs to be to pass the back of the flywheel end my tool is a 10mm hex bar and wont go on the bolt due to the bar thickness?
  4. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Firstly a big Hello to everyone I just need two simple questions answering regarding a Alfa 2.4 jtd 10v ribe bolt size on the crank pulley and refitting the aux belt without having to drop the engine any guide would be appreciated as I've searched both here and out there in the WWW and cannot...
  5. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Does anyone know the size of the the ribe tool needed for ts head bolt removal ??
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    Hi, I have owned a 1984 spider since 1995 but never drove it. I have stored it because I can not get it to run. I recently started to use it instead of loose it. I am working the frozen brakes and need a 6mm Ribe for the front calipers and a smaller one for the rear. Any help on what tool...
  7. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi i need to know the ribe bits( i.e sizes) that i would require to remove both the head and sump from my 2.0 156 jts . and does anyone know the lengh of the bits that i would require and where i could obtain them - Many thanks for your help
  8. Alfa 164 & 166
    Now that I am the proud owner of a 166 twinnie, I thought I'd best get some tools to do all of those little jobs that Alfa ownership entails. Looking at the various fastnings it appears that most of them are star point, are they standard Torx or RIBE bits?
  9. Alfa 145 & 146
    Does anyone have/know where I can get a ribe tool for undoing my sump bolts? Alfa part nos are 1.822.144.000 & 1.822.145.000 What sizes do these translate to - M12?? M14?? Why the hell cant they just use normal bolts?! :mad:
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