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I have a 1984 C&C with 3HMF Yanmar. The engine is in need of replacement. I would like to know what is available and the cost. It appears that the 3YM30 is available from Yanmar. I have also heard that there may be a Kubota system. Since I am replacing the engine, I will also replace the transmission. I intend to rebuild the Yanmar, any thoughts on that would also be appreciated. Thanks RO'B
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Universal, Beta and Phasor diesels are all Japanese Kubota diesels that have been "marinized". All will have engines in the power range you need. I would guess the engine alone (without installation) will be in the vicinity of $8000.
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