- Jul 7, 2004
I bought giant pipe wrenches from Harbor Freight just for this purpose. I doubt I'll ever need them again. Which is why I was cheap.
Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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cptjak,Hey EAMc2 I have the same Yanmar is that a 2" exhaust hose
@MitchM - The "adapter" (or in my case the riser) between the lower elbow coming off the exhaust manifold and the upper mixing elbow (a U-shaped elbow) is indeed right-hand thread on one side and left hand thread on the other. My engine is a 3ym20.i seem to remember an old yan mar 2 GM 20 F s 1995 vintage exhaust elbow where yan amor reverse - threaded one of the connectors. the only clue they did that was was in their parts manual. has any one found that to be the case on your engines ? it sure helps to know...
With only your boat model it is an impossible question to answer. We are going to need more information in order to attempt to give you an answer that might help address your boat problem.if such an elbow was planned there must be quite a lot of reason. What do you think? Can I mount it anyway? I have some doubts, because the water outlet will be lower by at least 10 cm per intake before.
lets start with:I looked at the engine model and ordered on the exhaustelbow website. But ... It is not the right product now that I saw the engine in "real".
Merci pour la traduction!!! Je pensais acoir posté en anglais avec une traduction google!Hello, for the engine model it is a yanmar 3JH2E, like on all H380 I think. For the photos, they are below. I tried to show the elbow and its exit and also with the new one next to it. The new one can land on the site without problem. But ... Suddenly, without this turn, will stop lower. I put the photo of the manual of the 380 schematizing the whole. Even if I cannot confirm that the waterline is the one shown in this diagram. Thank you in advance!!!