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Old 06 March 2012, 14:30   #1
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Rolls Royce diesels

Not strictly rib related, but anyone know of any Rolls Royce C series marine diesel engine spares? Especially keen to locate a header tank/heat exchanger.

Cheers in advance!
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Old 06 March 2012, 15:09   #2
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I used to work for this company many years ago:

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More used to Merlins and Meteors but their network of contacts is considerable, they can probably point you in the right direction.
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So i take you dont mean these.....

Bergen C25:33 diesel engine - Rolls-Royce

Because, as Martini knows, im quite well placed to get you spares if it is..

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I'm assuming he's on about the old inline sixes from back in the day

The other type are even less rib friendly
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[QUOTE=martini;449142]

I'm assuming he's on about the old inline sixes from back in the day

The other type are even less rib friendly [/QUOTE


Amphitrucks - Technical Specifications


i got one of these to sort out

would you know what the engines are based on ?
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I'm assuming he's on about the old inline sixes from back in the day

The other type are even less rib friendly [/QUOTE


Amphitrucks - Technical Specifications


i got one of these to sort out

would you know what the engines are based on ?
Brilliant! Is the windscreen standard thickness? Looks like good fun and cheaper to run than a stalwart - where is the inflatable collar?
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