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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-29-2010 06:35 PM
LeroyNash Paul,
Neil is having issues with his login and asked me to pass along the fact the he has graciously given out all of his MD11C parts. I do however have his instrument panel and am not in imediate need. So in the spirt of things I am will to give it up for the priice of shipping. Contact my email lnash@enterasys.com if you are interrested.

Regards,
Leroy
11-22-2010 03:25 PM
pdxCal34 Hello,

I just found this thread....In the event you still have anything....

I am looking for an instrument panel, and might also be interested in an alternator and any sensors (rev counter, oil pressure, temp).

I hope the re-power went smoothly.

Paul
08-24-2010 02:36 PM
kb7c
MD11C parts

I have just removed an MD11C engine from my Pearson 323 and want to get rid of as many of the parts on it as possible before sending the block out for junk.

If you have such an engine and need parts, I will give them away for the cost of the postage for you to get them. Leroy Nash has already asked for the transmission, so the rest of the engine is up for grabs. First come - first served. Netanya will be in the boatyard for another week getting a new Beta 28 installed, so there is time limit on asking for parts. I really don't want to fool with the old engine after I leave the yard. I don't mind spending a little time removing parts and packing for shipment.

I also have a brand new spare alternator that I will also let go - I bought it just in case and never used it. I think it is a 50 or 65 amp alternator, but no longer have the paperwork on it. The old 35 amp stock alternator works just fine as I had it refurbished about a year ago.

 
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