Rumblings From The Shed

‘Bodging’ Something to do with wood?

‘Bodging’ Something to do with wood?

We’ve covered looking after your battery and refurbishing the battery-tray that is hidden behind the rear bulkhead. We have also covered checking the terminals and changing the main fuse. This month we are looking at changing your battery to one that is lighter and has a smaller case let me introduce ...

Rumblings From A Mazda Box! Part 2

Rumblings From A Mazda Box! Part 2

Using your syringe suck out all the old oil from the Shifter Housing. Then inspect for any damage or metal filings, ensure that any debris is removed. Now fill the housing with clean 70w-90w oil to the top of the casing, you will have a small amount left due to ...

Rumblings From A Mazda Box! Part 1

Rumblings From A Mazda Box! Part 1

Or should I say how to help prevent Rumblings from a Mazda Box. So what could cause your box to rumble? Well, the simple answer is lack of oil i.e. To the correct level. This will cause reduced oil feed to the rear prop-shaft slip yoke support bush/bearing that ...

New Season Checks

New Season Checks

Only a few fool-hardy Morganisters have braved the full driving year, some of these checks will apply to you, but most will apply to the man that stored his Morgan, wrapped up in the shed, waiting for the winter storms to abate and the spring blossoms to bloom.

How To Build A Fly Wheel Locking Tool

How To Build A Fly Wheel Locking Tool

Sometimes it will just take too much time to get that special tool, so Cain from Wolf Performance shows you how to do it yourself! “No we have to order that tool, it’ll be about 5-6 days as it’s not a stock item but there’s no telling if it will fit ...

Spotlight Mounting Pt.2

Spotlight Mounting Pt.2

Part 2 of Spotlight Mounting for your Morgan. This carries on straight from our the first part from the previous issue, so don’t forget to go back and catch up should you need to.

Spotlight Mounting Pt.1

Spotlight Mounting Pt.1

This month is all about Auxiliary Spotlights or Driving Lights; using the Cibie Oscar and a mounting kit that needs to be fastened to the wing. Also fitting a set of rally style adjustable top stays to the Cibie Oscar to eliminate the wobbly light and blowing bulbs, issues, you ...

Seat Lowering Pt.2

Seat Lowering Pt.2

We need to raise the seat positioning lever up now we have lowered the nose of seat so you don’t trap our fingers on the Morgan’s cross member. This is just in front of the seat, but not so close to the nose of the seat that it will not ...

Seat Lowering Pt.1

Seat Lowering Pt.1

To do this you need; Tools as stated throughout the write up. You will also require an assistant who is either very thin! Or a car lifted onto jack stands; as you require access to the seat mounting nuts that can be seen (step 2b and 3b) on the ...

How Not To Get Wet Inside A Morgan When The Hood Is Up, And It Is Raining.

How Not To Get Wet Inside A Morgan When The Hood Is Up, And It Is Raining.

This article is for all Morgan’s with studded screens and not the easy-up type, as they never leak. There are two methods to stay dry; the first is to get a passenger with long arms, a good cloth and a bucket to wring out the cloth. The second, is to ...