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I need to replace existing very corrorded muffler on aux. Yanmar freshwater cooled engine. Any ideas where one might search? What to look for, what to avoid. I''ve looked on sailnet site and no match came up for such an item.
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plug in the word "water muffler" into any search engine, you''ll find lots of options.
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Hi pull up Mack Boring, they handle most east coast Yanmar stuff and are great folks to work with. Knowledge and service and parts fast!
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