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Re: Raw Water Heat Exchanger teardown, Westerbeke

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Originally Posted by SVTatia View Post
My Westerbeke has a Mitsubish block, I have not heard of a Westy with Kubota block.. yet.
Westerbeake merged with Universal resulting in Universal/Westerbeake.
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With over 75 years experience with marine propulsion engines, it's easy to see why Universal marine diesel engines by Westerbeke have led the way in auxiliary marine propulsion. Exclusively designed for marine applications, our Universal boat engines represent a breakthrough in marine diesel engine compactness, quietness, and reliability. Used by the most prestigious auxiliary sailboat builders, thousands of Universal diesel engines have been installed in boats for pleasure, commercial and government use.
Here is a Westerbeake / Universal (or Universal / Westerbeake) that is a Kubota block;
https://westerbeke.com/category/M-25...D#mainoverview

It is based on the Kubota D950


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