Cooper rocker assembly

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Alex
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Cooper rocker assembly

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EDIT:
Probably NOT Cooper S, definitely not the later forged type but part number 2A534 which was an alternative for 997/998 Coopers and possibly 1070 S.
Fresh from the barn...
Seem to be in really nice condition with no slop and negligble wear on the pads.
Guessing on price based on trawling feeBay - £60 inc UK shipping.
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gogsymac
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Re: Cooper S rocker assembly

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nick rogers
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Re: Cooper S rocker assembly

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Are you sure ? Those look like the cast ones from an A30 or early Morris Minor. The Cooper S ones have a wider pad and also have 1/2" nuts on the adjusters.

whitewithblackroof
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Re: Cooper S rocker assembly

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I have these type of forged rockers on my cooper, they are an alternative to the fabricated rockers according to the parts lists for 997 & 998 coopers

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Re: Cooper S rocker assembly

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These are S ones on a fairly rare S head.
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Alex
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Re: Cooper rocker assembly

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More trawling using the big computator (rather than my phone in the workshop) would suggest the edit and price adjustment as above.

Not 1275 S, but possibly 1070 and a factory alternative for 997 & 998 Coopers.

dazza
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Re: Cooper rocker assembly

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Hi easy way to check the rockers if they have a 5/16 unf thread they are forged if they have 1/4 thread they are chilled iron .also the alloys rocker posts are a giveaway to them being chilled rockers

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