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Pair Yanmar 6ly 6lya 6ly2a 440hp Marine Diesel Engines Complete on

US $41,500.00

Palatka, Florida, United States

Palatka, Florida, United States
Pair Yanmar 6LY 6LYA 6LY2A 440HP Marine Diesel Engines Complete, US $41,500.00, image 1
Condition:Remanufactured Core Charge:4000 per engine

Yanmar 6LY 440HP

6 Cylinder, Turbocharged Intercooled
Marine Diesel Engine

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Warranty Parts and Labor
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4 - 6 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.

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