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Is MotorTrend a magazine? I thought it was a subsciption channel. I have a sub, at around $3.99 a month and there are some excellent TV programmes on there. RoadKill, Hot Rod Garage, Roadkill Garage, Engine Masters, faster with Finnegan etc. All excellent. Has deffinately kept me sane during lockdown
- Tue Aug 25, 2020 6:36 pm
- Forum: For Sale / Wanted
- Topic: Speedo drive Cosworth T5 gearbox
- Replies: 12
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There is an off the shelf speedo cable that fits the T10/T5/Tremec TKO gearbox (you will of course need the toothed driver) and hooks up to a US speedometer (Stewart warner etc),it is the perfect length and it's only £30. It saves a lot of messing about with custom made cables Its Scott Drake part n...
I had no problem with full lockdown. I'm a miserable anti social sod anyway. I was still getting up and going to work (alone) and popping out on my bike for a few miles each evening (alone), and was free to potter around in the allotment as much as i wanted. The shops and streets were empty, the roa...
- Thu Aug 06, 2020 3:31 pm
- Forum: The Lounge
- Topic: I presume this can’t be registered....
- Replies: 8
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For the road in the UK? https://racecarsdirect.com/Advert/Details/114825/1964-shelby-cobra-fia?fbclid=IwAR00k8wUgHlq1mcQtyd2tizCGT4nMGamX-fNDhkoFdqu5dzmt07LrYsOfxM And is just meant to be a race car? It's one of the cars assembled by Gelscoe with body and chassis built by Devon Metalcraft. My guess...
The 'Cobra powered by Ford' one may be one of a batch made incorrectly with an increased radius on the rear seal surface. These leave a gap when fitted between the seal and the cast sump, which has to be filled with sealer. I have one of these, and it's tricky to get a good fit, always leaving the ...
I have slip joints on mine, with springs to hold the pipes to the down pipes, rather than clamps. This allows a little movement and expansion. Although I'm yet to get any serious use out of the car (cheers DVLA) i did the same on my series Land Rover V8 and thats worked out fine over the years
- Tue Jul 14, 2020 8:04 am
- Forum: Tech Stuff
- Topic: Bonnet (Hood) Rivets on a 289 Sebring????
- Replies: 14
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I put the rivets in after the primer was flatted, dusted a bit of etch onto them and then the top colour. If they lose a bit of definition, so be it, these are meant to be old war horses and were never pretty
I'm not sure if they can be done with the hubs still attached. they press out quite easily though and if the end float is OK at the moment, then reassembling with the same number of shims on each side, should be OK. I got my UJs from Denis Welch Motorsport https://www.bighealey.co.uk/jaguar/axle-5/h...