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    Welcome, The Cobra Forum has over 1200 forum members who either own or are building a 427 Cobra Replica, 289 or Daytona Cobras.

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    Driving abroad

    My local museum at Ambereley has a fascinating display of road singes over the last 100+ years.
    Its fascinating to see how the UK started its own

    KevinW Today, 09:54 PM Go to last post
    mark chambers

    McLeod hydraulic release bearing?

    Hi B.B. they do a slip on bearing but it’s about the distance being more or less than 3” and mine was 68mm I think, I’m away at the moment so haven’t

    mark chambers Today, 07:19 PM Go to last post

    McLeod hydraulic release bearing?

    If you remember the pics I sent of mine, mine was supplied with a threaded spacer and you just screwed this out to get the correct .125" gap. I take

    Bigblock Today, 07:10 PM Go to last post

    Cobra Replica Owners Wessex

    Not sure if its a bit too far but next Sunday is the last White Lion Antiques class car meet, last Sunday of the month.
    Last one it was getting

    Bigblock Today, 07:03 PM Go to last post

    McLeod hydraulic release bearing?

    That's strange, your figures indicated that there was 4.5mm cleared between the fingers of the clutch and the bearing face (when collapsed). Presumably

    GDCobra Today, 07:01 PM Go to last post