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Date Posted: - Thursday - 06/ 3/10 - 10:22am
Author: Doug Wilson
Subject: Engine removal
In reply to: Preston mann 's message, "remove perkins from m31" on - Wednesday - 06/ 2/10 - 4:44pm

Really pretty easy. Cabinetry comes off, pulled the expansion tank, manifold, alternator, heat exchanger. Left the rear motor mounts on the engine, left the front mounts on the stringer.
I had mine pulled at a boatyard, but I know the former owner used the main boom to pull the engine once.

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