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Found 7 results

  1. Hi all,Looking to obtain master cylinder rubber seals for my munga.Any info on where to get?Thanks
  2. Hi I’m having a problem stopping oil leaking from the joints on the steering and main brake pipes where they pass through the bottom bulkhead into the gearbox area. what type of flare should I put on the pipe and is there anything special or difficult about this joint? many thanks Richard
  3. Hello everyone My name is David and I have been a huge Land Rover fan for over 25 years. I started with a series IIa SWB moved to a 110, then to a Range Rover back to a 110, then to a Discovery 3 and finally back to a Defender. About 11 years ago I bought a Sankey trailer which I have used for just about everything. I did have plans to turn it into a complete camping unit with a roof tent, you know the type. But having left it too late to use with the kids, they seem to have grown up in the meanwhile, I have simply decided to return it to its original glory. Last week I hit my fit obstacle, one of the brake callipers had ceased and the rod snapped coming out of it. I can't find a new one to buy anywhere on the internet. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Im sure it the first problem of many!
  4. Hi I am a new user. i have a Land Rover 90 (1985) and Sankey Trailer that lives in the Pyrenees (France), which makes it ideal for getting around the mountains. Unfortunately I have recently cracked the plastic brake fluid reservoir and need to replace. Having searched the web I see I am not the only person which has had the same problem. However all the posts I have found are a few years old, and most of the links no longer function. I am not that bothered about an original replacement, if not easily available; but a cheap easily achieved workable solution that hopefully does not involve a massive engineering feat would be great. I am also having to set up the gear box as my local MOT centre (Controle Technique) managed to break the gear box cover plate which was a feat of another sort ! given the fact that it's a massive chunk of cast aluminium. You don't know how lucky you are to having access to cheap parts and expertise and experience. Any assistance on the Sankey brake issue would be much appreciated. A Bientot Chris
  5. hello there, just introducing myself. recently bought a bedford MK with atlas crane and power steering for forestry and green oak timber framing applications, and thought i'd register here to be able to ask the inevitable questions that come with such a purchase, such as ' why is my brake pedal crashing into the drop arm on the steering block?'...
  6. Maybe useful! http://www.smokingairplanes.com/DAIMLERFERRETMAINTENANCEBRAKESCYLINDERWHEELHUBASSEMBLYENGINE.htm Diana and Jackie
  7. Hi all. This is my first post and a bigee.. I'm after a master brake cylinder for a Disc braked Sankey, manufactured by Universal engineering. I've attached as much info as I can glean and put together, plus photos and approx. measurements which are on the photos. It would appear that the master brake cylinder also fits a Reliant Scimitar GTE 5a (but don't quote me on that ). A search on google seems to suggest it's the same and a photo of one seems to suggest they are one and the same. I've attached this photo as well. These are the part numbers from the trailer parts catalogue should that help. Reynaulds-Boughton Universal Trailers Ltd (This is shown as manufaturer on the plate attached to my trailer). Viking Trailers Ltd As stated I'm after the brake assembly, basically the master brake cylinder, reservoir and push rod which should come as part of it. Unfortunately the numbers on the side of the original aren't great so I've quoted as best as I can. On the side of mine it says LUCAS - and then what looks like 8y3?? And the other side is 01N 7326 or 01N 7226 or DIN 7326 or DIN 7226 (both of these aren't very readable). There is a black tag around it which has 68694 P4 X875 BS06. They are all a bit different but that's mainly in the electrics. But the brakes are the same. The reservoir is not listed as a separate item from the master cylinder which is 6MT9 2530-99-811-6988 Cylinder Assembly, Hydraulic Brake, Master, 7/8in dia bore, 1-7/16 max stroke, c/w push rod. Lucas 64068694, PMH124. Renaulds-Boughton BW208561. It also needs 6MT9 5340-99-811-6990 Cap, Protective, Dust & Moisture Seal, Rubber Friction type for 2-3/8 in OD Tube. Lucas 64476964, 68470060. Vauxhall 2690869. Terex 939384. Scammel ACU7667, AKU1123. Wordsworth Holdings SW721562. 6MT9 2530-99-811-6991 Boot, Dust & Moisture Seal, Synthetic Rubber, Convilute Type, 7/8 Min ID, 2-1/2 in Flange Dia, 2-1/16 LG. Lucas 64478356. Seddon Atkinson 6421651. I've spent a number of hours trawling through websites trying to source one and have 4 major parts services trying to match the part for me. Here are the piccys.. http://flic.kr/p/9HZ1Jz http://flic.kr/p/9J2Smh http://flic.kr/p/9HZ23x An an excerpt from the parts catalogue confirming the parts. I'm hoping that someone on here can help. :-D Cheers. Neil. Sankey master brake cylinder parts.pdf
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