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post #16 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 12:43 AM
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It doesn't fit, the MC gets in the way, anyone want to buy a chassis stiffener?
How much, I might be interested.

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Just out of curiosity where is the M/C mounted on a RHD Spider that causes it to interfere with the chassis stiffener?
Iím guessing it was floor mounted pedal version.. the master cylinders (brake/clutch) are attached to the rail under the floor.

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some photos here of the floor mounted, rhd 105 positions for master/s
not a spider but won't be too different methinks.
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/7670977-post20.html

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some photos here of the floor mounted, rhd 105 positions for master/s
not a spider but won't be too different methinks.
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/7670977-post20.html
Itís identical, I have both.
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Just out of curiosity where is the M/C mounted on a RHD Spider that causes it to interfere with the chassis stiffener?
Its bolted to the left hand (looking at front of car) chassis leg which is exactly where the long tube needs to go

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How much, I might be interested.
I'll pm you
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Both clutch and brake cylinders are mounted either side of the chassis leg on the drivers side on a RHD, just under the door.
Not au fait with where the Spider chassis stiffener mounts, but obviously the cylinders must be in the way though.

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