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Hi All,

I'm having some exhausts made for the 1000cc engine, as all you can seem to get are restricting 900cc ones.

they will be made out of stainless steel by a very reputable company who have been making specialist exhausts for many years.

 

As i'm neither a business nor rich I had to have 10 made to make them cheap enough to sell the remaining 8.

 

If any one is intrested in one let me know

 

Andrew

 

Count me in for one of them. Are they complete with both mufflers?

Greengrassuk

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Hi Guys

Having a problem with leaking oil from both sides of the rear central drive box. Any idea what the part numbers are please and if possible a copy of the page from the manual to help me replace them. My manual has crap photo's.

 

Thanks if you can help

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The following problems may exist:

 

1. Rubber boot 3038 028 10 01 000 on Differential incorrectly attached or leaking - use only orignal parts

2. radial seal 74x90x10 defective*

3. seals leaking from the cover

4. Sealing sleeve worn

 

* use only the orignal seal ring with 2 sealings lips

 

Information oly for Munga having drive shaft with boots

 

Ullrich

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The following problems may exist:

 

1. Rubber boot 3038 028 10 01 000 on Differential incorrectly attached or leaking - use only orignal parts

2. radial seal 74x90x10 defective*

3. seals leaking from the cover

4. Sealing sleeve worn

 

* use only the orignal seal ring with 2 sealings lips

 

Information oly for Munga having drive shaft with boots

 

Ullrich

 

Thanks for that but I have a bit more information. The leak is from the drive shafts past the boot on either side. Are the boots the actual seals?

 

If you have had to do it can you guide me please.

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Perhaps we have translation problems .....?

 

The inner rubber boot cuffs seal both the gearbox and the differential.

It is therefore important to use the correct boot and original mounting parts.

( clamp ring little and big and guide plate. )

In the inner boots is every time oil.

 

The housing is sealed over the seal-ring and the socket.

At the wheel side is just fat behind the collar.

 

 

So where is the problem exactly?

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Perhaps we have translation problems .....?

 

The inner rubber boot cuffs seal both the gearbox and the differential.

It is therefore important to use the correct boot and original mounting parts.

( clamp ring little and big and guide plate. )

In the inner boots is every time oil.

 

The housing is sealed over the seal-ring and the socket.

At the wheel side is just fat behind the collar.

 

 

So where is the problem exactly?

 

Thanks so much for the information all I have to do is get them from Marco at Kempers and I think he wants part numbers but I will give him a try. Looks as though my Munga will be at Dorset Steam Fair this year again so if you do come, come and say Hello.

 

Graham

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I think there are not any parts damaged! Rubber boots and many other parts its possible also the Club.

Visit:

http://www.munga-ig.de

 

 

The rubber boots are of course subject to a certain wear, is just rubber.

 

Parts No:

rubber boot inner 3038 028 10 01 000 price in Germany 4 = 55 €

rubber boots outer 3035 222 60 00 000

little rubber protective cup 3038 028 32 00 000 price in Germany 7,50 - 9 €

clamp ring little 3035 222 98 00 000 = 3 € second hand possible

clamp ring big 3038 028 56 00 000 = 4 € second hand possible

guide plate little 3035 222 98 000 = 1,50 € second hand possible

guide plate big 3038 028 57 00 000 } 1,50 € second hand possible

( use only original parts!!)

and

Filister head AM 4x20 and 4x30

hex Nut M 4

 

All parts front and rear, left and right - so all 4 x

 

 

 

 

I hope the information will help.

Ullrich

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Hi all

have you seen the latest edition of classic military vehicle !!! there's an article on pages 51-57 entitled "MUNGA FOR THE MASSES" (all good for raising the profile of our favourite little runabout!!!)

oh and you may notice the modern Munga pics are of a certain F91/8 reg No EOL 890 C taken a year ago at W&PR 2014!!!

so here's some more... from this year!! only four Mungas in total in abundance at this years show... that I saw anyway .. including one dead one for resto!!!..and my own!!!!

A wiring fault on the way home (just 10 miles away too!!) caused the starter ballast circuit to operate all the time on 24V instead of 12V and burnt out all three sets of points!!! apart from that she behaved faultlessly and handled everything good old RAF Westerhanger could chuck at us (another storm on que on the Friday!!) just like last year!! turning the "dust bowl" in to a fun quagmire once again)!!!!

looking forward to next year already!!!!!

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Count me in for one of them. Are they complete with both mufflers?

Greengrassuk

 

Hi, no its just the front expansion exhaust box, waiting to hear from the exhaust makers, will post pictures when the boxes have been made

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Hi all

have you seen the latest edition of classic military vehicle !!! there's an article on pages 51-57 entitled "MUNGA FOR THE MASSES" (all good for raising the profile of our favourite little runabout!!!)

oh and you may notice the modern Munga pics are of a certain F91/8 reg No EOL 890 C taken a year ago at W&PR 2014!!!

so here's some more... from this year!! only four Mungas in total in abundance at this years show... that I saw anyway .. including one dead one for resto!!!..and my own!!!!

A wiring fault on the way home (just 10 miles away too!!) caused the starter ballast circuit to operate all the time on 24V instead of 12V and burnt out all three sets of points!!! apart from that she behaved faultlessly and handled everything good old RAF Westerhanger could chuck at us (another storm on que on the Friday!!) just like last year!! turning the "dust bowl" in to a fun quagmire once again)!!!!

looking forward to next year already!!!!!

yours is looking cool !
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Hi Kyle

just a pair of Yuasa YBX1038 12V 35Ah 330A in black plastic as when the numerous stickers are removed they don't look too modern or out of place... especially with the screw on caps!!!!!! and they certainly wind the ole girl over a treat!!

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