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Subject: Re: So what's involved in replacing a Yanmar YSB 8 with a 1GM10?

John Woodhouse
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Date Posted: 22/12/06 12:47:48
In reply to: James Green 's message, "So what's involved in replacing a Yanmar YSB 8 with a 1GM10?" on 20/12/06 11:14:19


Thanks for your message. Re-engining a boat clearly more
involved than for a car!

Following items retained: fuel tank, water strainer, stern
gland, P bracket, twin batteries & cabling, exhaust outlet.

Following renewed/replaced: prop shaft (longer), propeller
(different rotation), water trap (different diameter), all
fuel pipework from strainer, all exhaust pipework, also
reducer to fit outlet, single lever engine control, stop
cable. Original engine bearers correct width but too low -
nylon type spacers fitted.

Installation done by Marine Power at Bursledon, with boat
ashore. A very satisfactory job both regarding work done &
results achieved.

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