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Old 8th March 2017, 19:46   #166
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Yes, they are. Normally, TASS have the spare part counter accessible to non-shop floor areas, so you can just walk in and purchase the spares you need.
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Hi guys one question, Aria Pure 4x2 2011 has single mass or dual mass flywheel?
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Hi guys one question, Aria Pure 4x2 2011 has single mass or dual mass flywheel?
IIRC, the 4x2 models have always had a single mass flywheel.
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Hi all the handbrake in my aria feels very weak, despite having the handbrake on the car still chugs on, what shall I do ?
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Hi all the handbrake in my aria feels very weak, despite having the handbrake on the car still chugs on, what shall I do ?
Well, I think that is a 'feature' for Aria
Wonder how it is on Hexa
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what shall I do ?
Like Lobster has said, it is a known issue with the Aria, Safari/Storme and now the Hexa.
It happens due to the improper routing of the cable which results in improper pressure being applied to the brake shoes upon pulling the lever. There isn't a lot you can do except getting the cable lubricated and adjusted perfectly.

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Well, I think that is a 'feature' for Aria
Same platform, essentially the same vehicle.
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