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Thread: Alfa Romeo Shim Measurement Tool DIASS C.1.0108 - advice please

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    Alfa Romeo Shim Measurement Tool DIASS C.1.0108 - advice please

    Are there any Alfa Romeo experts here?

    I have an Alfa Romeo Valve Shim Measurement Tool

    While I have a reasonable idea of purpose does anyone know the year and Alfa models tool was used for?

    Being upfront about my reason for asking: I plan to sell it. I have no Alfa so se but first would like a bit more info on the vehicles and years to be able to describe it on listing -- maybe eBay . I am not a member of any Alfa club nor Alfa owner . So hoping among the knowledgeable folks here someone can educate me.
    I used to have the slidimg tool that came together but can't seem to find it

    I know from general Google these sell for strong money to but so far haven't found the Alfa models and years it was used on.

    Cheers

    Steve
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    Steve,

    I'm an old Alfa guy... and my buddy still works on the old ones

    This tool will work for any 4 cylinder duel over head cam Alfa engine from the early Giulietta's (and before), all the way to the 2lt. of the 70's .

    Here are the guys who will know, and will probably buy your tool... and they're in the UK

    https://www.alfaholics.com/

    Cheers and good luck,
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    Thanks Chuck. Appreciate the Alfa info and contact. I'll drop them a line. Seems a shame for nice Alfa factory special tool to gather dust in my drawers. Sounds like an interesting place -- I plan to meet friends in Bristol this summer so might arrange a visit to them.

    Steve

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    Steve, is it still for sale?
    Ernie W
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    Hi Ernie , just saw this. No gone

    Cheers

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