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Hi does anybody know where i can find the dimensions for a bukh DV10 diesel engine. Thanks v,much
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Try the Bukh website?
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I have one. Also manuals in my office. What dimensions do you need, i.e., for an installation, mounting template, displacement, etc. I'll try to help.
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I have one. Also manuals in my office. What dimensions do you need, i.e., for an installation, mounting template, displacement, etc. I'll try to help.
I need any measument you can. height from sump to top, width overall, dimensions of mountings, center of shaft output height from mounts.

I have a westerrly warwick which was origionaly fitted with a petter mini 6 so i know a bit of work is involved.

Thanx very much indeed also require a shaft/propeller/fuel tank, for the above if you know of anyone

Thanks again Paul
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Bukh Drawings and Spares Catalog online

You can find more information regarding the bukh dv 10 and other bukh models at the following site:

[I can't post a link in this site until I have replied to 10 posts. Lame. I have the link for a site.
If you google: LSM Diesel A/S - Denmark
you will get there site. It is a Danish site, but click on the "English" flag and you will see a drop down navigation on the left for bukh spare parts. Click on this and then click on the link on the left for DV 10]

There is a drawing / diagram of the engine with all the dimensions (in metric). There is also a spare parts catalog which is good for getting an even better understanding of the engine and its components/diagrams.

Enjoy your bukh. Great engines.
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http://www.bukhdiesel.com.au/products.htm
There's a downloadable .pdf on the DV10ME and one for the SMLE as well. External dimensions are included.
I still can't get over these little tuffies. I know diesels are by design, hi-compression, but 21.5:1? Sheesh!
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LOL...why do you think the diesels are so heavy compared to gasoline engines of the same HP.

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And it's a good thing too, but the number still gets me. I have the DV20, and bought a service manual last year. It covers the DV10 and 20.
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Thank you very much this info was perfect. its going tobe a squeeze but it will fit thaks again. Paul
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