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Old 04-08-2009, 18:36   #1
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Need Part Numbers for My Gearbox

i hope this is in the right section...

i am rebuilding the kw10-b gearbox on my yanmar 2qm15
the dipstick seemed to have disappeared and the oil was slung out and water got in....

so i now nee all new bearings, clutch disks, and seals...
i cannot find any online exploded parts diagrams with part numbers. I have the factory service manual, but it does not have any part numbers.
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Old 05-08-2009, 03:55   #2
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CruisersForum yardpro.

Yes, I think you’ve posted in the right place; but we also have a thread where we’ve collected links to all sorts of manuals.
Peruse:
http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/...uals-8758.html
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thanks for the reply.
I wnet through the thread you linked, but no cigar.....
i already have the service and operations manual, and am looking for something with part numbers, but i guess i will have to make the hour drive to the closest yanmar dealer to get them to look them up.
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Why don't you call them on the phone?
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Why don't you call them on the phone?
i went on yanmar's site to try and find a local dealer, and thier dealer locator is not working..

I did finally find some local dealers via mac borings' web site.

seems yanma is pretty tight lipped with part numbers...

the local dealer will not have anyone back at work that knows the logon for the yanmar part number website until next week.

I need a lot of part numbers and no one has wanted to do them over the phone..

I did however download the PDF service maunal and print out the exploded diagram of the gearbox and circle the parts i needed and faxed it to a close by dealer...


I had wanted the part numbers so i could order from out local dealer, as i am big on supporting local business. SInce they could not look up the part numbers, I did not want to have another dealer spend the time looking up the part numbers when i did not plan to buy the parts from them.
But after the experience i just had wth the local company, even though I am friends with the owner, i will not buy any parts from them...
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... But after the experience i just had wth the local company, even though I am friends with the owner, i will not buy any parts from them...
I'm sorry to hear about your difficulties in getting responsive assistance from Yanmar and their distributers. I've been fortunate to never had such problems, myself.

Where are you located?
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morehead city NC....

I found a small guy today and he acutally gave me a parts manual and is letting me put together a parts number list for him.
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I have had a tough time getting YANMAR parts in the last few months.

4 weeks for a set of valves

6 weeks for all the stuff for a complete rebuild (by the time all the parts came in)

2 weeks if the regional distributor has it on the shelf.

It is a sign of the times.
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thanks
yanmar dealer had most in stock... couldn't believe it....

Now i have another set of issues i started another thread on....

hope you guys don't get tired of all my question.
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