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Old 07 July 2014, 17:40   #1
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Yanmar 315 turbo

Hi all,

I'm looking for a turbo for my 315 yanmar,

Having trouble locating one looking like a couple of months waiting and very expensive,

Any help much appreciated
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Old 07 July 2014, 20:08   #2
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What's wrong with your old one? Can't it be reconditioned I had 3 repaired recently & the guy needed to order 5 comp wheels to get the 3 for my job if that's your problem (it often is) I can put you in touch as he has stock of the usually hard to get bits
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Old 08 July 2014, 17:28   #3
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Hi Ken thank you for you reply,
My mechanic has tried two companies to repair but both of them have said it cannot be repaired,
He has told me the shaft is the problem,
There is play in the shaft,
There is only 54 hrs on the engine and turbo,
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Old 11 July 2014, 02:33   #4
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Has it been stripped to see if the shaft is damaged or just the bearings.
Bearings are part of a service kit & easily repairable however the turbine shafts are difficult to obtain
There was a thread on ribnet about someone who had a garret cartridge fitted to replace the IHI unit try a search on ribnet
I can get you a contact for a company on the south coast who are supposed to be very good with them too if you get stuck
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There is a very good possibly your turbo is rebuildable. I would recommend getting the part number and doing some research yourself. A few phone calls might not only save you a ton of money, but might also get it repaired fairly quickly.
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