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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If these are the original Kango kangos then you are out of luck. They have been obsolete for many years now and no parts have been manufactured for a long time. The name was bought by DeWalt and they didn't do much with it. The Kango name is now ownd and used by Milwaukee, but there machines do differ alot from the originals. There were a few main models and the main mid sized breakers were the 900 (hammer only) and 950 (rotary hammer) There were a few facelift/variations of each (K, X and B I think) and they did use a couple of different sized seals/pistons/cylinders.
If it is one of the Milwaukee models you can look up diagrams here...
Posted on Jun 27, 2012
Assuming you have a Kango of the E Type vintage, I think the
oil consistency is probably around the SAE 30 range with additives.
If someone could identify the base consistency of the oil used in the older Kango's, then an oil suitable for the Kango can be formulated and submitted on this website.
As for manual, I have a E Type manual booklet, the only mention is that Special Kango oil must be used.
Also see; February 11th. 2013 item on this website regarding Kango oil.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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