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  1. JiffyLube
    Congratulations! The parts I bought where just that, just parts. I have the head, heat exchanger, water pump, lots of grears and things, but no block. The heat exchanger is the only thing I've been able to re-condition, but that more than paid for what I bought it all for.
  2. martincn35
    Hi,
    I finally bought, locally, a hole pathfinder kit with hurth v-drive. Not as cheap as the one you bought for parts but mine was rebuilt. Now I am in business to repower my boat!

    Martin.
  3. JiffyLube
    You could also contact Pathfinder Marine in Canada at 514-695-6676.
  4. JiffyLube
    Check these sites if you're considering a re-power with a Pathfinder or equivalent. Overland and Beta Marine
  5. martincn35
    Hi,

    I have a 37 ft steel classic from 1969, it needs little welding repairs a few places, plus I am moving the rudder more aft. And I have to instal an engine, I have a yanmar 3gm30f but I would prefer a VW to get more HP and the parts are cheap and they are easy to fix, I have installed one one in my VW vanagon camper and I like it very much. I would think that the 1.9 l I want to instal has the same belhousing patern than the older engine models, they change the pattern when they introduce the TDI. My boat look like yours except the part of my stern that is outside the water is longer.

    Martin.
  6. JiffyLube
    Hi Martin,

    I'm keeping the parts I bought, and slowly salvaging the usable ones in case I might need any of them in the future. When the day comes that I sell our boat, the parts will go with the boat...I'm sure a new owner will want them. The parts that I have are for the older model 55 engine, so they may not work for what you want. What kind of boat do you have?
  7. martincn35
    Hi, how are you?
    I saw in an older post that you have bought a Pathfinder engine for parts, would you be interested in selling some parts? I want to instal a VW1.9l na dry exhaust in my boat.

    Martin


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