Pair Rebuilt Yanmar 6lp 6lpa 6lp2a Ste Stp Marine Diesel Engine 315hp Boat on 2040-parts.com
Palatka, Florida, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:6LP 6LPA 6LP2A
Yanmar 6LP(2)(A)- STP(E) Marine Diesel Engine rebuild.
Full Professional Rebuild
Warranty Parts and Labor
Pairs or singles, also have a couple of the DTE 12 Valve version available as well
4 Week Lead Time 50% down 50% on completion
Numerous other engines available (all marine Diesels) email with requirements or to get a quote for rebuilding your own engines.
Rebuildable cores required or if you dont have cores $3,000 core charge per engine
If you have any marine diesel engines and or generators you wish to sell please contact with details
International and Domestic Shipping or Pickup available
Please contact me with any questions 646 464 1300
Transmissions are available. Add $2,700 per engine (ZF63a, Drive Plate, Oil Cooler, Cooler HP Oil Lines, Cooler Water Lines, Transmission mount Brackets, Shift Bracket, Cooler Bracket)
Complete Diesel Engines for Sale
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