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Old 07-27-2018
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Bill: I don't have a facebook account (I'm against it) but I'll ask my wife to check it out for me.
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Sorry Gardner I just assume is factory (I have not way to know for sure) But looks like it or was swapped by a very good tech
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Sorry Gardner I just assume is factory (I have not way to know for sure) But looks like it or was swapped by a very good tech
Our 83 SB also has the Yanmar /Kohler set up. Original owner reported It was swapped out at BB Fort Valley but never said why. Now has about 1,600 hours on it. I like the idea of getting rid of that big electric fan and going with the 12 v. Should quiet things down some.

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I think is a good move and not to mention the weight of the huge motor of the coach.
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Marcelo,

I have a complete Yanmar engine id # 4TN82E-UK
Missing only the water pump. Has rebuilt starter. And injectors were rebuilt about 4 years ago by Diesel Injector Co. in NH. And we put new front and rear crankshaft seals in a few years ago at KC's place in Florida.

Engine ran great the entire 16 years I've owned the coach
When the generator head went bad, I replaced the entire gen set with a later model one I bought from Randy. So this entire engine is available.

Give me a call anytime and we'll see what we can do. The engine is currently in storage, indoors, in Boca Raton, FL.

I am currently in the mountains in NH so cell service is spotty. If you don't reach me the first time, try again. Sometimes text messages get thru better. But try calling first.

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Don: Thank you for your reply.
I left a message on your phone few days ago.
I guess you didn't receive it.
But if you prefer give me a call or text when you have a good cell reception.
609-675-0279
Thank you very much.
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Bill:
I suggest replace the head gasket on your Yanmar if is the original one.
Gasket technology changed so much since the 80'.
Now is not need to re-torque every 200 or 500 or whatever hours of running.
it is a thing of the past.
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Bill:
I suggest replace the head gasket on your Yanmar if is the original one.
Gasket technology changed so much since the 80'.
Now is not need to re-torque every 200 or 500 or whatever hours of running.
it is a thing of the past.
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Marcelo,

Thanks for the heads-up (pun intended!)
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