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Re: cross index between Westerbeke 30 and ford Leyland diesel en

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Chuck, where did buy the gaskets for your W30 rebuild? thanks
Hi Rob-

The Rocker Cover gasket was sourced directly from a Westerbeke Parts Supply dealer in the Bay Area called "The Outboard Motor Shop" in Oakland, CA.

Thermostat housing gasket came from JC Whitney. Really. 2nd time around.
I broke the first one, which was $25 from Westerbeke.

Fuel Filters I usually obtain from the Perkins suppliers, and the fuel pump gasket came from Bosch.


Good Luck!
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Re: cross index between Westerbeke 30 and ford Leyland diesel en

The Leyland 1500 diesel was marinised by several companies in the UK and many are still in use today. The main mariniser was Thornycroft which was then part of Leyland but is now owned by an Indian company. They can supply many new parts, I fitted a new freshwater pump on mine and converted the CAV oil filter to spin on last year, with parts from them. They will ship worldwide at sensible prices. Thornycroft Home page
The 1500 is Thornycroft T90

ASAP in the UK also supply many parts at sensible prices Marine, Automotive, and Industrial Parts and Spares - A.S.A.P Supplies

Parts up to complete engines are often available on Ebay UK, and there are a few other companies selling parts both for marine versions and automotive versions. Try googling for BMC 1500 diesel.
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