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can somebody post a picture of a torque tube mounted please, i cant find the place to mount it to body. opel manta 1973

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@H-400 thank you, i had the orientation of the mounting holes messed up. tell me, what is that hydraulic hoses and that small cylinder next to the torque tube?

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The small cilinder is the brake pressure regulator for the rear brakes. The hydraulic hoses; do you mean those with the spring (on the left side)? Those are the handbrake-cables.

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Don’t think I have ever seen a pressure regulator fitted to that position on any of the Mantas I have had, always in engine bay

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1 hour ago, Jessopia74 said:

Don’t think I have ever seen a pressure regulator fitted to that position on any of the Mantas I have had, always in engine bay

My A series originally had one fitted there. There is a little bracket for it so i presume it must be the original place for it?

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What kind of replacement rubbers do you use for your torque tube "centre bearing"

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It is a repairpanel only for Ascona-B, if you look at the pic it is just behind the headlight and a part of the horizontal panel where the hoodlock is fitted:

opelasconabs2-195.jpg

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23 hours ago, H-400 said:

It is a repairpanel only for Ascona-Bopelasconabs2-195.jpg

Ascona b, that why it was foreign, listed wrong as it said ascona and manta, THANKS herman.

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