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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-28-2009 09:28 PM
NoahsArk73 Have an Islander 30, beautiful boat, dead Palmer 60. Casenetinc in Wisconsin just sold his, and Smurad1's provided # goes to some call line for lonely men. If you got one that runs, or your buddy's got one that runs please reply. I'm lookin for a quick fix til I drop the 10 or 15k to repower.
Thanks & Best Regards
08-17-2009 03:57 PM
casenetinc
Palmer P-60

I have just pulled my P-60 complete with 2008 rebuilt water pump, tranny, racor water seperator. The engine runs good. All is in good working order. I am asking $500 or best offer. I am located in Racine, Wisconsin.
Steve Case Phone 262-632-3047
10-10-2001 11:04 AM
smurad1
PALMER 60 engine

We have just remove our Palmer 60 from our Pearson 30. It runs great, but like all Palmers is getting old. Have Full parts manuals and lots of extras. Engine was rebuit about 3 - 4 years ago, We are going Diesel. Carb rebuilt this past spring, New Fuel Pump ... never installed. Call toll free 1-888-997-7678. Also have good source for help! Ask for Rick or Steve.
10-09-2001 06:49 AM
carib99
PALMER 60 engine

I have a Coronado 35 with the Palmer 60 engine. It''s an "IH" (International Harvester) block. Parts are available from farm tractor dealers.
Jim
05-05-2001 09:36 AM
gbeardmore
PALMER 60 engine

I don''t know anything about Palmer 60 engines specifically, but you might want to check out the following
http://www.oldmarineengine.com
05-03-2001 01:49 PM
hoagy
PALMER 60 engine

Dear Fellow Sailors,
I have aCoronado 32 with a bad Palmer60 engine. I don''t know where to find parts or what other engine would be a good retrofit. Any and all advice ,comments etc. will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance ,
Howard H.

 
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