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  1. Thread: Grease splines

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    Don't grease them, they will fret and wear out. ...

    Don't grease them, they will fret and wear out.

    You need to glue them.

    I think Loctite 9035 is now obsolete. Try 9466.
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    Right there in my Avatar

    Right there in my Avatar
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    A511 to Coalville

    Just turning onto the A511, southbound to Coalville from the A42. Black Cobra, 2 up. Yesterday 3rd august at 5pm.
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    What the hell is going on with the forum. tried...

    What the hell is going on with the forum. tried to reply twice but it just goes in blank?
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    [QUOTE=Sidecarbod;526855]Is your system supposed...

    [QUOTE=Sidecarbod;526855]Is your system supposed to use DOT5? the reason that I ask is that I thought that there were 'issues' with that stuff, if you need to use a fluid that exceeds the...
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    [QUOTE=shuggy69;526853]check the carpet / sound...

    [QUOTE=shuggy69;526853]check the carpet / sound insulation under your brake pedal. Carpet my feel dry but give it a good push in

    No carpet or sound deadening?
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    where has all the brake fluid gone!

    Here's an interesting one.

    Decided to get the car out this week to prep it for an MOT and found that I had no brakes. The pedal hit the deck. On inspection, the res was totally empty. I filled it...
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    Big screwdriver every time, no messin.

    Big screwdriver every time, no messin.
  9. A couple of years ago I spent a long winter...

    A couple of years ago I spent a long winter locked in the garage with a die grinder and port matched the heads and manifold of my Rover V8. I don't have any hard figures on the horsepower improvement...
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    Just a thought. Watch out that you don't have a...

    Just a thought. Watch out that you don't have a jobs worth of an MOT inspector, who might see a missing shock as an excuse for a failure. Unlikely I know, but worth thinking about.

    Also, what...
  11. Thread: Spax or Gaz

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    Dampertech are very good, they will build shocks...

    Dampertech are very good, they will build shocks to your specification. GAZ everytime, IMO Spax are rubbish, having wrecked several on my motor over the past 25 years.
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    My taccho did the same thing. Turned out to be a...

    My taccho did the same thing. Turned out to be a corroded terminal on the 12v side of the coil. Re-wired and fixed it.
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    It is just there for sound deadening and gives...

    It is just there for sound deadening and gives the door a nice closing sound. they sound awfull without the foam.
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    Just a thought...Are your bleed nipples the...

    Just a thought...Are your bleed nipples the correct thread? I have found that it is possible to get metric nipples that will screw into imperial threads and visa versa.
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    Not sure this applies to others on the hinge...

    Not sure this applies to others on the hinge front?

    I had to cut off the mounting plates at the sides and re-weld them at the correct angle to match the inner wings.
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    Sorry, just looks wrong to me. Could you not just...

    Sorry, just looks wrong to me. Could you not just deepen the ports and bolt holes?

    Also, what about the port matching of your inlet manifold? I port matched mine and it made a huge difference to...
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    Cobra on Eurotunnel

    Last Friday lunch time, at French terminal, not sure if it was arriving or departing, only got a glimpse from inside my train.

    Dark blue or possibly black with halibrands on a trailer being pulled...
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    Qualified wet weather driver :O)

    Qualified wet weather driver :O)
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    Mine was from Dax too, circa 1992, still a shabby...

    Mine was from Dax too, circa 1992, still a shabby fit. I was out in mine last week, got wet on the way to and from work. Still won't be using the hood.
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    J&B Autos Grove Avenue Beeston.

    J&B Autos Grove Avenue Beeston.
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    your opinion.

    your opinion.
  22. Thread: Triumph Stag

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    Thanks for the offer. Might be worth it anyway....

    Thanks for the offer. Might be worth it anyway. Can I send you some pictures?
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    The weld inside the tube will be there from the...

    The weld inside the tube will be there from the tube manufacturing process.

    The tube is called ERW (Electro Resistance Welded) it is made from a steel strip that is rolled into a tube and then...
  24. Thread: Tojeiro Build.

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    Re. the Rover engine that you are thinking about....

    Re. the Rover engine that you are thinking about.

    When you say that you may want to fit a bigger engine in 4-5 years, do you mean a Yank V8? Have you thought about everything else that you will...
  25. Thread: Triumph Stag

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    Triumph Stag

    Not quite a Cobra, but is anyone interested in a very solid British Racing Green S registered Triumph Stag?

    Mate of mine is selling his Stag. Original V8 3.0 engine and auto box. Many thousands...
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