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Old 03-17-2008, 07:50 AM
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Cobra Make & Engine: ERA140, ERA 267, ERA GT2038, ERA FIA 2045, ERAGT2077 ERA2893000EXP
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Default Safir Spares GT40 Bellhousing

Folks:

I recently purchased the bellhousing - twin disc clutch and fly wheel setup from Safir GT40 Spares in Ohio for installation in my ERAGT2077. Bob Wood could not have been more helpful. The ERA chassis does not have provision for the lower bellhousing support bolts, but Teddy (he can weld upside down standing on his head) at ERA devised a jig to properly locate the proper spot to drill through the rear hoop and weld in metal bushings.

If anyone would like to see pictures of the installation, e-mail me at jholden@bestweb.net and I will be more than happy to send you some pictures of the installation.

I am advocating to Bob P at ERA that they should make provission for the lower locating bushings in the rear hoop as a matter of course.

Jim
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