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10-13-2015 09:15 PM
dreuge
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

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Originally Posted by zacorrig View Post
This is super helpful. I'm considering a rebuild of my 2QM15 in this off season. The previous owner did not do any professional work on the engine and she's in need of some serious care. Looking at your photos was this done on a Seidelmann 299 by chance?
The 2QM15 rebuild was on my C&C 29 mk1. I had since sold the C&C 29 and purchased a C&C Landfall 38 which came with, though not actually in the boat, a Yanmar 3Q30 which needed a rebuild.

See my blog for details of the 3QM30 rebuild:

S/V Johanna Rose: Engine Rebuild
10-13-2015 08:42 PM
zacorrig
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

This is super helpful. I'm considering a rebuild of my 2QM15 in this off season. The previous owner did not do any professional work on the engine and she's in need of some serious care. Looking at your photos was this done on a Seidelmann 299 by chance?
06-15-2015 10:40 AM
Ship 609
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

Hello Dreuge, if you're still in SailNet and particularly if still in NW Florida, I'd love to chat some more about your 2QM15 rebuild. We have that engine in one of the boats in my Sea Scout (BSA) unit and we managed to overheat and seize it.

If you read this, please look us up via our web site Sea Scout Ship 609 - Pensacola, Florida

thanks
01-17-2013 08:27 PM
casey1999
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

Dreuge,
Where the fuel injectors go into the head, there are several washers, packing, and an o-ring. It looks like you may have removed these to clean the head. Did you install the old or install new? If you took these parts out, was that difficult?
Regards
01-17-2013 05:19 PM
dreuge
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

I called and had them shipped via UPS from Mastry Engine Center.

Mastry Engine Center
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2801 Anvil Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33710
01-17-2013 03:52 PM
mstiles
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

If you don't mind me asking, where did you end up buying your Yanmar parts?
01-16-2013 01:17 PM
dreuge
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

Yes, Cylinder liners.
01-16-2013 12:54 PM
casey1999
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

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Originally Posted by dreuge View Post
It was pretty easy removing both cylinders. You can buy or easily make cylinder extractor. I made mine from a threaded rod and scrap Aluminum.
Are you refering to removing the cylinder or the cylinder liner with this tool?
Regards
01-16-2013 12:45 PM
dreuge
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

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Originally Posted by casey1999 View Post
How hard was it and how do you get the cylinder liners out of the block? Looks like these could get rusted in.
Thanks

It was pretty easy removing both cylinder liners. You can buy or easily make cylinder liner extractor. I made mine from a threaded rod and scrap Aluminum.
01-16-2013 12:20 PM
casey1999
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

How hard was it and how do you get the cylinder liners out of the block? Looks like these could get rusted in.
Thanks
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