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You will need to shorten your D/S i forgot the exact measurment, call D&D and they can tell you. Also you will need to get the new tranny mount, and im not sure about the Cobra but for my GT i needed to buy a new crossmember and that had to be mounted a few inches back to bolt to the mount properly. You dont need to do a new clutch, but it is a good idea to do one anyway if you need it. It is pretty much boltin after all that.

here is a write up on it from mustangweekly.com

http://www.mustangweekly.com/2000/december/gear/gearpg1.asp
 

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Juiced46 said:
You will need to shorten your D/S i forgot the exact measurment, call D&D and they can tell you. Also you will need to get the new tranny mount, and im not sure about the Cobra but for my GT i needed to buy a new crossmember and that had to be mounted a few inches back to bolt to the mount properly. You dont need to do a new clutch, but it is a good idea to do one anyway if you need it. It is pretty much boltin after all that.

here is a write up on it from mustangweekly.com

http://www.mustangweekly.com/2000/december/gear/gearpg1.asp
The ds length is 44.7" from center of u-joint to u-joint. The crossmember can be reused with a 1/4" spacer.
 

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I bought mine from D&D (haven't installed it yet), but htey told me the 96 Cobra was these easiest. Shorten the DS one inch. You'll need the GM rubber mount and drill one hole to mount it to your crossmember. Your crossmember will have to be moved forward using the existing front holes for the rear and drilling one new hole at each frame rail in the new front position. I think that's all.
 
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