Granturismo CNC seat levers

midlifecrisis

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I forgot that I volunteered myself to buying a pair but i think 4 would be better. Can't have a mismatch in a Maserati. What would people think?
 

Gazcw

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I forgot that I volunteered myself to buying a pair but i think 4 would be better. Can't have a mismatch in a Maserati. What would people think?
They would think the same of you as they do now. Odd knob.... that's what it said on the Thurso hotel loo wall anyway.
 

Templar

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Tale of wow. I thought I would have a go at repairing my passenger side seat lever so I set to and plastic superglued the little bit that always breaks off and strengthened it with a collar of plastic conduit. It worked about twice and then broke so not such a good idea. Perhaps I should have used cable ties as one of our members has done. Anyway in desperation I bought a new one from Scuderia pending any replacements from Stindig.
 

stindig

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I will have a metal-printed prototype with me within 2 weeks. I'll use this to test/adjust fit and then order the CNC-milled final units after that. So, they are still some weeks away but the tolerance of the push-on fit is important
 

Templar

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Thanks Stindig for the heads up. Although I now have a full set which aren't broken (at least for the time being) I am still interested in buying new from you when you have the details. Thank you for following up.
 

Yiger

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I'll take 4 if you'll ship to the States. I haven't even brought my car home yet (I am very much looking forward to this Saturday) but I was unimpressed with the stock seat levers when I test drove it. This seems like a great improvement. Thanks for working up a solution! I'm new here so my vote doesn't count for much but leaving them silver would allow people to anodize whatever color they want on their own.