Hey Lowell- Allow me to tag along onto this thread please. I rebuilt my Westerbeke
30 in the last year, and have another Westerbeke
in dry storage
for a "parter"... but it is a 4-91. There are a few common parts that I've used, but the water
pump is brand new. There is an auxiliary alternator
mount on the block (minus the 2nd alternator). The auxiliary pulley is mounted. This engine is ripe for a rebuild
of most of the obvious auxiliary equipment
(fuel pump, starter). Clean her up, rebuild the fuel pump
and starter, probably replace the injector nozzles to match the fuel pump
rebuild timing settings, give here a paint
job and you're good to. Or... call me or private message me for 4-91 specific parts (i.e. fuel
rails, manifold, heat exchanger
, etc). Currently complete with admiral instrument panel and push button start. Long tail 2:1 transmission
should be evaluated prior to re-installing in your vessel. Located in Berkeley, CA. Pulled from an Aries-32 for re-power about 4 months ago and was running okay. I seem to recall
my buddy said he was leery about the transmission but it never stranded him.
I'll let it go for $950 as it sits- after I finish the rebuild and its pretty and sounding solid, I'll list it for $2750.
Thanks! Chuck aboard the s/v The Chester P
Originally Posted by Chasing Summer
Having recently purchased another used Perkins
4-107 including a Borg Warner 1:1 drive. I've decided to rebuild it instead of my original engine. I've decided to part out my original engine keeping obvious spares like the injector pump
and water pumps. I had bought the recent engine to complete parts that were missing on my original engine.
I'm offering egine parts and transmission to the sailors of this forum first before I list them on ebay.
Private message me if you need something.