Running On Empty

FuelGaugeTitleI'm always amazed at the number of people that are quite happy to drive around without a working fuel gauge! They are a simple electro/mechanical device and usually easily repaired. So throw that dip stick away, grab some tools and get yours working again.

Rod Change Shift Rods

ChangeBoxIf you ever pull the shifter box out of your rod change moke, you might end up wondering how the rods go back! Fear not - this article has all the photos you need to get it back together.

Adjusting the Clutch

Stop BoltAdjusting the clutch on your Moke is quite simple - but it helps if you understand what you are doing and why.

Sloppy Gearchange?

Stick Locator PinA very common complaint with rod change gearboxes is the sloppy gearchange. While they will never be perfect, you certainly shouldn't be bashing your knuckles on the dash when changing gears. In most cases it is simply due to wear, and with a bit of time and a few parts you can make a huge improvement.

Rod Change Seal Replacement

Moke Seal RemovalOne of the most common places for a Moke to leak oil is the seal on the rod change shaft. Fortunately it is also very simple to replace. Here's how to do it - the easy way!

Rod Change Bracket to fit Exhaust

Extractors on a Moke going past rod change selector boxA modified bracket to support the remote on a Rod change gearbox that allows greater access for the exhaust to fit, especially extractors intended for Minis.

Front Subframe Rebuild

Control Arm ComponentsA start to finish guide on reassembling your front subframe.

Parts - Shock Absorbers and Dampers

MokeShockAbsorberRear 275A list of manufacturers and part numbers for Shock Absorbers and Dampers that are known to suit Mokes.

Subframe Bolt Protector

ProtectorInstalledAn alternative subframe bolt protector for your Moke. Copied from an original post on the Mokes Inc. Forum by Pete Power.