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    The part number for a round MG Maestro/Montego Turbo headgasket is LUV702595EVA or unipart GUG702517, oval is LUV702594EVA or unipart GUG707594. I think rimmer bros have LUV702595EVA in stock but best check. And they post world wide, Manifold gasket is CAM7557EVA or unipart GUG704061 for turbos
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    Originally posted by Sussex Pete View Post
    The part number for a round MG Maestro/Montego Turbo headgasket is LUV702595EVA or unipart GUG702517, oval is LUV702594EVA or unipart GUG707594. I think rimmer bros have LUV702595EVA in stock but best check. And they post world wide, Manifold gasket is CAM7557EVA or unipart GUG704061 for turbos
    The old manifold gasket number is CAM7729 that's the only one on my EPC as i'm looking up part numbers atm
    Last edited by Jeff Turbo; 15th November 2020, 04:53.
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