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marine engine?

Created On Wednesday June 15, 2011 15:25 Diesel Talk
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Note Wednesday June 15, 2011 15:25 View thread in raw text format
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hi all
could anyone help me out in finding out what engine this is i have,,,
i have just bought a boat that needs a bit tlc there is a engine in her but no gearbox and i have been told off a couple of people that it is a ford 4d engine but thats all i know
ive looked around the engine to find numbers letters ect and all i could find stamped on it is
eiadon j3++7 sorry theres a couple of numbers missing couldnt read them ,,and then these numbers below it 5350+6 any help in finding out exactly what kind it is would be much appriated i am also looking it up on the net but not having much look. need to try to find out hp/make/model/size/what year/ what gearbox will go on it you get where im coming from ...thankyou in advance to any replys
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