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I have a 1987 Yanmar 4JHE 44 hp (max) and need a exhaust heat exchanger. Anybody have a trashed engine with a good one?

I am also thinking of upgrading the engine to a new 50 hp model. If I do that I will want to sell my engine which only has about 2000 hours, but needs a new exhaust manifold heat exchanger. Any interest? Starts right up even in cold weather, runs smooth.
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Did you have any luck finding the heat exchanger? I have a seized 4JHE and might be interested in buying yours. What would you want for it?
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I just had the heat exchanger reprired and am offering the whole package for $3000.00. This includes the transmission. Give me a call on my cell 503 702 4466. The boat yard has been trying to help me sell it and has been askng $4500.00.

John
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