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Subject: Re: Trapper 400 / 28 Engine

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Date Posted: 12/07/06 17:50:41
In reply to: Colum Mcevoy Ireland 's message, "Re: Trapper 400 / 28 Engine" on 12/07/06 9:17:47

Sorry about the double posts the forum was acting funny.
I'm not too bothered by petrol as anyone who has an outboard usually has petrol on it & it's fine as long as the system is built to the right specification and it is well looked after. Same as a gas cooking system I suppose. If you were choosing a new boat then yes I guess you wouldn't choose it unless you wanted a very light engine. A new dolphin & gearbox is coming in at about 1800 but you need to add on things like a new prop. I got quoted at about 2600 for the lot.
The decision has just been made for me though as I've just managed to pick up a refurbished Kubota 12hp marine diesel for half the cost so I'll be fitting that over the winter.

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