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Question regarding 2qm15 mixing elbow part numbers

I am looking for a U shaped mixing elbow fora 2qm15. A company (that is willing to ship to canada!!) has the 124070-13521 and they are claiming that it is the same as 124070-13520 which is listed as my original part.....

does anyone know if this is correct?


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Re: Question regarding 2qm15 mixing elbow part numbers

I should clarify that's a yanmar 2qm15
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Re: Question regarding 2qm15 mixing elbow part numbers

Yanmar seems to have multiple part numbers for their U-type exhaust elbows. I replaced mine this spring on my 3GM30F. Toughest part was getting everything apart. Local Yanmar dealer just needed the engine model to give me the replacement. Note there is a fitting that looks like a coupling that has RH threads on one end and LH threads on the other. You'll need that if you don't have it or damage the old one removing it. Also need a gasket for the manifold that attaches to the engine.

I suspect this is the part you have been quoted. Looks like my elbow.

104214-13521 Yanmar U-Type Exhaust Elbow
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