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PAGE CONTENTS:
^  Introduction
^  Grand Banks Yachts
^  ^  Boat Model Specs & Reviews
^  American Marine Engines with Specifications
^  ^  GM ToroFlow
^  ^  ^  GM & AmMarine Engine Specifications
^  ^  John Deere
^  ^  ^  John Deere & AmMarine Engine Specifications
^  ^  Lehman & Ford Industrial Power Products (UK)
^  ^  ^  Lehman Mfg Co ⇐ SEE “Fixes” that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage
^  ^  ^  Ford & Lehman Engine Specifications
^  ^  ^  Dagenham Series (1952-1965) D Range + EBRO (1965-1999?) 4D
^  ^  ^  ^  Early Dorset Series (1965-1969+) 2700 Range
^  ^  ^  ^  Late Dorset Series (1969-1982) 2710 Range + Late 2704E, ET, & Turbo Plus
^  ^  ^  ^  Dover Series (1982-1991+) 2720 Range
^  ^  ^  ^  Ford ? Series (1992- ?) FSD Range
^  ^  ^  ^  Ford Power Products? “Genesis?” Series (1992-2008?) BSD Range
^  ^  ^  ^  Ford New Holland “Genesis” Series (1995?-?) (2002?-?)
^  ^  ^  ^  Ford Duratorq Series (1994?-?) (2002-) XLD, ZSD, TDCi Ranges
^  ^  ^  Ford & Lehman Literature and Manuals
^  Perkins Engines with Specifications
^  Forum Posts
^  Tech Tips
^  Tech Notes
^  Related Articles
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Factory

Factory: PLO 488, Jalan Suasa, 81707 Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia (Just across the North border of Singapore)


Grand Banks Yachts

Grand Banks Yachts began its journey in 1956 as American Marine, Ltd. Founder Robert J. Newton and his sons, John and Whit, were running a custom boatyard on Junk Bay in Hong Kong, building heavy sailboats and big motor yachts to designs by the world’s top marine architects – Sparkman & Stephens, William Garden, Nat Herreshoff, Ray Hunt and others.

In 1962, they commissioned Kenneth Smith, another well-known marine architect, to design Spray – a 36-foot diesel powered cruising boat with humble, workman-like lines. A year later, inspired by Smith’s design, the Newtons left custom yacht building to focus on producing the first of a line of boats that would come to be known as Grand Banks.

Today, this design is recognized around the world as the Grand Banks Heritage Series, an iconic design built first of wood and then, beginning in 1973, of fiberglass at a new factory in Singapore. The design was so successful, in fact that the general styling of the GB was seized by a score of other builders for fleets of look-alike yachts sold under dozens of names. None, through, could match the quality of construction for which Grand Banks is famed. In 1993, Grand Banks took another traditional boat design – the lobster boat or “Downeast” cruiser – and definitively captured its style and spirit in the launch of the Eastbay Series. With its Ray Hunt design, teak toe rails, dark blue hull with a bright gold stripe – and a powerful pair of diesels underfoot – there was no other boat that combined ageless design and high performance like the Eastbay.

In 2001, many Grand Banks owners were ready to step up to a larger and more luxurious vessel, but weren’t prepared to sacrifice quality. The launch of the Aleutian Series of raised pilothouse yachts delivered with a new level of style and sophistication – along with the seaworthiness boaters have come to expect from a Grand Banks.

In each series, Grand Banks has sought to capture the spirit of a nautical ideal – and combine it with state-of-the-art equipment, meticulous craftsmanship, and superior construction techniques. It is the reason Grand Banks yachts have become such icons around the world, and why they continue to meet the high standards of discerning, demanding boaters today.

Boat Model Specs and Reviews

Section under development

For Boat Brochures, Manuals, etc. See GrandBanksOwners.com (must register).

Classic, Europa, Heritage, Aleutian, etc. Series:
Grand Banks 32 Sedan 1965-1995 (woody till mid 1973)
Grand Banks 36 Classic 1965-2004 (woody till mid 1973)
Grand Banks 36 Europa 1988-1998
Grand Banks 41 Heritage EU 2009-1912
Grand Banks 42 Classic 1975-2004
Grand Banks 42 Europa 1979-1990 & 1998-2004
Grand Banks 42 Motor Yacht 1987-2004
Grand Banks 46 Classic 1985-2007
Grand Banks 46 Europa 1993-2007
Grand Banks 47 Heritage CL 2007-
Grand Banks 47 Heritage EU 2007-
Grand Banks 49 Classic 1980-1997
Grand Banks 52 Europa 1998-2008
Grand Banks 55 Aleutian RP? 200?-
Grand Banks 58 Classic 1990-2002
Grand Banks 59 Aleutian RP 2007-
Grand Banks 64 Aleutian RP 2002-2007
Grand Banks 72 Aleutian RP? 200?-

Eastbay Series:
Grand Banks 38 Eastbay EX 1994-2004
Grand Banks 39 Eastbay SX-HX 2006-2012
Grand Banks 43 Eastbay Flybridge 1998-2004
Grand Banks 43 Eastbay HX-SX 2000-2007
Grand Banks 45 Eastbay SX 2008-
Grand Banks 47 Eastbay Flybridge 2005-2012
Grand Banks 49 Eastbay SX-HX 1999-2008
Grand Banks 54 Eastbay SX 2003-2007
Grand Banks 58 Eastbay Flybridge 2004-2007

Above model list from Powerboat Guide

A Brief History Of Grand Banks and American Marine by Robert M. Lane > PassageMaker Fall 1998

Taiwan’s Venerable Trawlers by Robert M. Lane from PassageMaker Summer 1998 > NLA
^  Article as PDF from Baris.net > Link N/G
^  Text only PDF from OnboardIslandTime.com >Full article requires purchase

Grand Banks 42′  Review by David Pascoe


American Marine (AmMarine) Engines

American Marine marinized diesel engines including the GM ToroFlow V6 & V8 engines, the John Deere 4 &? 6 cylinder engines and the Ford 4 & 6 cylinder tractor & lorry engines from Ford Industrial Power (UK).


General Motors

GM Toro Flow Diesel, GasGM Toro-Flow V6 Diesel (left) & gasoline predecessor (right)

The GM Toro-Flow line of diesel engines were developed for use in medium duty trucks and buses by General Motors. The bases for these engines were GM’s gasoline V-6 and V-8 medium duty truck engines. Like most smaller engines with “V” cylinder configurations these engines were designed “over-square” (5.125″ Bore X 3.86″ Stroke) to reduce the loads on the crankshaft’s connecting rod journals, rod bearings and main bearings. Due to the higher compression ratio of the diesel versions that put higher loads on the crankshaft and bearings, the rate of acceleration and maximum power output had to be kept low to prevent early failure of the crankshaft and bearings. In vehicles, the naturally aspirated 478ci V-6 diesel engine produced a maximum of only 150 gross horsepower @ 3200 rpm and the 637ci V-8 version produced a maximum of only 195 gross horsepower @ 2600 rpm. The turbocharged versions were only lightly boosted and produced far less then ½ horsepower per cubic inch. The turbocharged DT478 V6 produced only 220 maximum gross horsepower at 3200 rpm. The short stroke (of only 3.86″) required the engine to operate at a much higher rpm when compared to the “under-square” inline six cylinder engines of comparable displacement (see John Deere engine discribed below). Most such inline engines are so strong that they can receive much higher intake air boosting to where they are often rated at more then 1 horsepower per cubic inch.

Toro-Flow engines in applications where the engines were accelerated before loading like generators or the engines were lightly loaded during acceleration such as in light vehicles held up fairly well. In heavier vehicles, the rate of acceleration had to be deliberately slow and in a lower gear (allowing the engine to easily rev higher) for the engine to survive. When used in the stop and go environment of school buses and loaded trucks, these engines typically did not fair very well, suffering numerous internal stress related failures.

American Marine marinised these engines for certain models of the Grand Banks line-up. As long as the operator accelerated slowly and the propeller was under-pitched, most of these engines proved fairly reliable. But accelerating quickly or overloading these engines (such as by over-propping) often proved disastrous. These engines are rarely worth rebuilding.

From Bud Farr: “The toro flo was used in medium duty trucks and was known as the DH478. Its main drawback was that it would spin the con rod bearings if you took it over about 2300 rpm. The engine was goverened from the factory at 3400 rpm. They had almost 100% failure rate. The engines that survived were reset to a lower rpm, but alas, they now lacked power at the lower speed. Also the thermostat housing was on the INTAKE side of the water pump and would not work. The water entering the engine would shut the thermostats and the engine would boil over. I am amazed how they could have gone into production with such an obvious flaw. The surviving engines were usually run with the thermostats removed, and the engine never got to reach operating temperature unless under full load. They suffered thermal cycle shock and many died that way. A single thermostat could be sandwiched between the water outlet and the adapter, but I don’t remember this being a factory offered item. If you ever do get this engine running; please do not rev it up too high, not even once, or you will be sorry!”

Specifications For General Motors Toro-Flow Based
AmMarine 4-Stroke Cycle Pleasurecraft Diesel Engines

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, etc.

TABLE KEY: (? = Not Published)
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: V = V
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, P = Parent Bore
RATING: W = Workboat (Usually 90% of P), C = Continuous, P = Pleasure (Intermittent)
ASP: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, TI = Turbocharged and Intercooled
KW = Kilowatts, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  “–”  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

GM MODEL CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
V6-478 V-6−P 130.2mm 98.0mm 5.125in 3.86in 7.8L / 478ci
AMMARINE MODEL – RATING ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? – ? N ? 150 ? 3200 197?-197?
? – ? T ? 220 ? 3200 197?-197?

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM V8-637 V-8−P 130.2mm 98.0mm 5.125in 3.86in 10.4L / 637ci
AMMARINE MODEL – RATING ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? – ? N ? 195 ? 2600 197?-197?

Notes: Data from

John Deere

AmMarine JD 404

The John Deere 404ci “under-square” (6.62L) 4.25″ Bore X 4.75″ Stroke (108mm X 121mm) 6 cylinder is an excellent engine. American Marine marinised these engines for certain models of the Grand Banks line-up. The exhaust manifold, etc. were cast with raised “AMMARINE” letters.

Specifications For John Deere Based AmMarine
4-Stroke Cycle Pleasurecraft Diesel Engines

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, etc.

TABLE KEY: (? = Not Published)
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Lined
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, P = Parent Bore
RATING: C = Continuous, I = Intermittent
ASP: N = Naturally Aspirated
KW = Kilowatts, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  “–”  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production
BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
JOHN DEERE 6404D IL-6−W 108mm 121mm 4.25in 4.75in 6.62L / 404ci
AMMARINE MODEL – RATING ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
404 – C N ? 84 ? 2200? 197?-19??
404 – C N ? 99 ? 2200? 197?-19??
404 – I N ? 117 ? 2200? 197?-19??
Notes: HP Data from Grand Banks Discussion Board

Lehman and Ford Industrial Power (UK)

Lehman 120

Lehman 120 with new style Coolant Pressure Cap and Flange, and Auxiliary Coolant Inlet

The Ford engines were either purchased by American Marine Ltd. already marinized from Lehman of Linden, New Jersey or In the ’70s, were marinized by American Marine with marinizing component kits purchased from Lehman Mgr Co.

While similar to the Ford Lehman 120s, they had a few differences:

  • The AmMarine was painted yellowish gold or greenish gold, the Lehman was painted red. Some AmMarines are now red, but still gold underneath. If you think that this can be confusing, read on.
  • American Marine marinized the Ford 2714E “Fuel Economy” version of the 6.22L engine which had a different fuel injection pump then the 120hp Ford 2715E and was rated at a lower horsepower (per Brian Smith), usually 97~109hp. If you find a Grand Banks with an actual Lehman 2715E, it is probably a replacement engine.? Another way to tell the two apart is by fuel injection pump model (2714E had a SIMMS Minimec P5088), but in some cases, the pump has been replaced with the 120 pump, a Simms Minimec P5130, which adds to the confusion. The base engines (i.e. blocks, pistons, heads, crankshafts, etc.) are however, the same.

– Section under development. Our above Information is being checked and confirmed. See International Association of Grand Banks Owners Information Exchange  for valuable information about Grand Banks. See “Engines used by Grand Banks” under “Specifications” in above linked “Index” for more about engines.


Trader      Fordson

In 1952 Ford Motor Company Ltd began production of four cylinder petrol and diesel engines (both from the same engine block) to fit primarily into their Thames ET6/7 Lorries (an earlier and smaller version of the lorry shown above left) and their Fordson tractors (shown above right). Then in 1957, due to demand for larger lorries, six cylinder versions of basically the same engines came out and were fitted into the bigger Thames Trader Lorries like the one shown above left. All of these Dagenham series engines and their later offspring, the Dorset and Dover series became very popular in Europe as well as globally in vehicular, agricultural, industrial, power and marine applications. According to FoleyEngines TechTip#142, the Dagenham series engines were built in the Ford of Britain’s engine plant in Dagenham, a suburb east of London. and later the Dorset series engines were produced just east of there at Ford’s New Holland tractor plant at Basildon in Essex.

Ford’s Dagenham Plant, just east of London, UK

Ford’s Engine Plant in Dagenham, UK (just east of London)

Ford New Holland Tractor Plant, Basildon, UK

Ford’s New Holland Tractor Plant in Basildon, UK (just east of Dagenham)

Only a very small percentage of Ford’s industrial engine production went into marine service. Ford themselves did not produce a marine version of their engines until the Dover Series, however many Ford of Britain engines and a number of Ford licensed Spanish (EBRO) and Turkish (Ford Otosan) versions of these engines were marinized by third party companies or by private parties, and installed in various vessels, especially Asian Trawlers. Most of these engines were factory new when marinized, but a few were used engines taken out of trucks, tractors, harvesters, etc., marinized and fitted into boats. When Ford sold New Holland to Fiat in 1991, it left EBRO and Ford Otosan to supply the once popular Ford lorry and tractor derived diesel engines for marine applications. In 199? EBRO finally ceased production of the venerable old 4D engine, and in 200? Ford Otosan produced the last of the Dover series engines, thus ending Ford’s long dominance of the genre.

Lehman Manufacturing Company was formed in 1932? by ????? to produce marinizing components for the Ford Industrial Power Products (Ford-UK) 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder diesel engines, so that they could be used in marine applications, primarily as propulsion. Lehman Power marinized new engines from Ford-UK and sold them to boatbuilders worldwide, especially in Asia. At the same time, they marketed the components separately and in kits so others could marinize the Ford-UK engines.

See Lehman Mfg Co for “Fixes” that need to be accomplished if you want to keep a lehman alive:

Lehman 120 with Remote Engine Oil Filter still in temporary inverted shipping position

Lehman 120 with Remote Engine Oil Filter still in temporary inverted shipping position

One of Lehman’s largest kit customers was American Marine Ltd, the producer of Grand Banks, who marinized many new Ford-UK  engines for their own trawlers. Note that these engines were typically the lower horsepower version then the Lehman marinized engines (4cyl 71hp vs 80hp & 6cyl 109hp vs 120hp) and were painted a greenish/yellowish gold instead of the bright red that the Lehmans were painted.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA     Grand Banks Yellow Ford Lehman

Other manufacurers of marinizing components and marinizers of Ford-UK engines:

  • Lehman Mfg Co ⇐ SEE “Fixes” that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage
  • Beta Marine
  • Bomac
  • Lancing Marine
  • Mermaid
  • Northeast Ford Engines Inc
  • Parsons
  • Powermarine
  • Sabre
  • American Diesel Corp
    In 1981, Bob Smith, who was the former managing director of Lehman Power, founded American Diesel Corp in Kilmarnock, VA to  provide aftermarket marinizing replacement parts and support for Lehman marinized Ford Industrial Power (UK) Diesel engines. They also produced their own marinized replacement engine packages from the last of the Non-EPA Ford 6.22L (Ford Otosan) engines similar to the Ford-Lehman Super 135’s. They were first rated at 125 hp and then later at 140 hp.

Engine Rebuilders and Repair Shops that are committed to supporting the
Ford marine diesel engines are:

Bomac (100 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia in Blairsville, Ga, USA)
Harbor Marine (in Everett, WA, USA)
Logan Diesel (14 miles north of Jackson, Michigan in Leslie, MI, USA)
If you know of a business that should be added to this list, email the info to:
Editor@AbsolutelyEverythingAboutBoats.Com or just put it in the Comments Box below.


Specifications for Ford Industrial Power Products
4-Stroke Cycle Lorry & Tractor Diesel Engines
And Popular Marinized Versions of These Engines

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, etc.
Also See Ford Industrial Engine Production Dates by Serial Numbers

TABLE KEY: (Table still under development)
DS = Data Source: E = EBRO, P = Parsons, B = Beta, M = Mermaid, AD = American Diesel Corp. FM = Forums
^  AM = AmMarine (American Marine Ltd – Grand Banks)
^  F1 = Ford 592E & 590E Service Manual
^  F2 = Ford 2700 Service Manual for 2701,3,4,11,12,13,14,15 (Printed 6/79)
^  F3 = Ford 2710 Range Operators Instruction Book w/Owner’s Parts List
^  F4 = Ford 2720 Range Operator Handbook (Ed 8) for 4 & 6 Cylinder Diesel Engines
^  F5 = Ford ESD Service Manual for ESD-442, ESD-659, ESD-660T, ESD-662 (11/83)
^  L1 = Lehman Operators Manual & Parts ID for SD80, SP90, SD120, SP135, SP160, SP225
^  S1 = Sabre Lehman Operators Manual for 4D242, 4D254, 6D363,TC, 6D380
^  BD = BoatDiesel.com
? = Data Not Published or Not Found, …? = Data Not Confirmed

CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = In-Line (usually Upright Vertical)
^  Liner: W = Wet Liner, D = Dry Liner, P = Parent Bore
^  …mm = Millimeters, …in = Inches, …cc = Cubic Centimeters, …L = Litres (Liters), …ci = Cubic Inches
MODEL: EC = Engine Code. Cylinder Block Capacity ID Code. TC=Turbocharged
RATING: W = Workboat (Usually 90% of P), (6270) C = Continuous, P = Pleasure (Intermittent)
^  CA = Continuous “A”, CB = Continuous “B”, BS = HP, BS OL = BHP in Overload
ASP: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, Ti = Turbocharged and Intercooled
^  TII = Turbocharged and Twin Flow Intercooled
^  …S = …s = w/Seawater Intercooler, …R = …r = w/Raw Water Intercooler
^  -INJ: M = Mechanical Injection, CR = Common Rail, E = Electronic Injection
KW = Kilowatts, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  “–”  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

Dagenham Series (1952-1965) D Range + EBRO (1965-1999?) 4D


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 4D F1 IL-4−W 100mm 114.91mm 3.937in 4.524in 3611cc / 220.35ci
FORD 4D ? IL-4−W 100mm 114.7mm 3.937in 4.516in 3.605L / 220ci
♥  FORD
MODEL DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
E1A (Fordson Major) ? N ? 40? ? 2400 1952-1964
592E (Industrial) ? N ? 40? ? 2400 1952-1965
592E (Industrial) F1 N ? 57 ? 2250 1952-1965
592E? (Weath… L60) f N ? 62 ? 2250 1952?-1965?
♥  EBRO
MODEL DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
4D? 592E? ? N 41 ? ? ? 1965-1999?
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
4D220 – ? − W? ? N ? ? ? ? 1952?-1999?
4D220 – ? − P? ? N ? ? ? ? 1952?-1999?
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Pike − C P N ? 36 ? 1600 1957?-1965?
Porbeagle − C P N ? 52 ? 2250 1957?-1965?
NOTES: The 4D was designed for The Thames ET6/7 Lorries and also fitted to Fordson tractors. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. The Fuel Injection Pump is driven by a short external rotating Jaw Coupling Spider of either nylon or rubber. The coupling was sometimes covered  by a thin metal guard. The raw water pump is driven by the injection pump. The single lower seal on the wet cylinder liners tend to fail, leaking coolant into the crankcase. Engines built prior to approximately April 1961 had no upper sealing ring for the cylinder liner, and were fitted with a lower sealing ring only (see Ford UK “Fixes”). Engines were fitted with the “FL” Heads from 1963 in which the inlet ports were modified to give greater swirl and turbulence to air entering the cylinders. The FL head Part No E1ADDN-6052-J can be identified by the letters “FL” embossed on the right hand side between Nos. 1 and 2 injectors. Some info is from ukTracktorPulling.co.uk. According to Lancing Marine (Pricebook pg 5), when production of the Ford 4D ceased at Dagenham in 1964, Ford sent the tooling to EBRO in Spain where production resumed and continued under license thru the 1990’s. Lehman subsequently marinised a number of factory new 4Ds in the 70s ~ 90s as the 4D220. According to FordsonTracterPages.nl Forum, EBRO is still a good source of parts for the 4D. The 4D is basically the 6D less two cylinders with several parts common to both.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 6D F1 IL-6−W 100mm 114.91mm 3.937in 4.524in 5416cc / 330.52ci
FORD 6D ? IL-6−W 100mm 114.7mm 3.937in 4.516in 5.408L / 330ci
♥  FORD
MODEL DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
510E (Trader) ? N ? 105? ? 2400? 1957-1965
590E (Industrial) ? N ? 105? ? 2400? 1957-1965
590E (Industrial) ? N ? 85 ? 1800 1957-1961
590E (Industrial) F1 N ? 86.5 ? 2250 1957-1961
590E (Industrial) ? N ? 100 ? 2400 1957-1961
590E (Ind w/FL Head) ? N ? 108 ? 2400 1962-1965
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D330? – ? − W ? N ? ? ? 2400? 1952?-1965
6D330? – ? − P ? N ? ? ? 2400? 1952?-1965
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Marlin − C P N ? 65 ? 1800 1957-1965?
Barracuda − C P N ? 86 ? 2250? 1957-1965?
Barracuda Turbo − C P T ? 108 ? 2250? 1957-1965?
NOTES: Some data is from FordsonTractorPages. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. The Fuel Injection Pump is driven by a roughly 6″ long external drive shaft (see pictures of Fordson tracters below). The raw water pump is driven by the injection pump. The single lower seal on the wet cylinder liners tend to fail, leaking coolant into the crankcase. The 6D was designed for the Thames Trader lorries. Tractors were originally produced with only the 4 cylinder engine, however some tracters have been fitted with the 6D and later 6 cylinder diesel engines. Engines were fitted with the “FL” Heads from 1962 in which the inlet ports were modified to give greater swirl and turbulence to air entering the cylinders. The FL head Part No 510E-6052-C can be identified by the letters “FL” embossed on the right hand side between Nos. 1 and 2 injectors. Some info is from ukTracktorPulling.co.uk. According to Lancing Marine (Pricebook pg 5), when production of the Ford 4D & 6D? ceased at Dagenham in 1964, Ford sent the tooling to EBRO in Spain where production of the 4D resumed and continued under license thru the 1990’s. According to FordsonTracterPages.nl Forum, EBRO is still a good source of parts for the 4D and those 6D parts that are common with the 4D. The 6D is basically the 4D with two more cylinders.

Note the exposed shafts driving the fuel injection pumps below.

1963 Fordson Major  1955 Fordson Major
1963 Fordson Tractor with 4D Diesel Engine & 1955 Fordson Tractor repowered with 6D Diesel Engine

The fuel injection pumps on 2700+ engines (1965+) were gear driven directly
without any exposed couplings or extension shafts (see below).

Lehman 4cylLehman marinized FORD 2701E with directly driven fuel injection pump (no external drive shaft).
Also note that the remote oil filter (which had been inverted for shipping) is now righted.
But “Two Shaft” Raw Water Pump has yet to be replaced with “Single Shaft” Pump to avoid shaft failure.
See other Lehman “Fixes” that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage at Lehman Mfg Co.

Early Dorset Series (1965-1969+) 2700 Range


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2701E F2 IL-4−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 3.964L / 241ci
FORD 2701E S1 IL-4−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 3.964L / 242ci
FORD 2701E ? IL-4−D 105mm 114.7mm 4.125in 4.516in 3.933L / 240ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2701E − CA F2 N ? 63 ? 2500 1965-1969
2701E − CB F2 N ? 70 ? 2500 1965-1969
2701E − BS F2 N ? 64 ? 2500 1965-1969
2701E − BS OL F2 N 53? 71 ? 2500 1965-1969
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
4D242 – E − ? S1 N ? ? ? ? 1965-1969
4D242 – E − W? ? N ? ? ? 2500 1965-1969
4D242 – E − C? ? N ? 64?c ? 2500 1965-1969
4D242 – E − P? ? N ? 71? ? 2500 1965-1969
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Pike II − C P N ? 65 ? 2500 1957?-1965?
Porbeagle II − C P N ? 65 ? 2500 1957?-1965?
NOTES: Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Cylinder Block Part Number 683F-6010AAB. These engines were fitted in D Series Lorries. The 2701E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2701C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2711E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2701C F2 IL-4−P 107?mm 115?mm 4.22?in 4.524?in 4.150L / 254ci
FORD 2701C ? IL-4−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524in 4.15L / 254ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2701C − CA ? N ? 59? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2701C − CB ? N ? 65? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2701C − BS ? N ? 64? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2701C − BS OL ? N ? 71? ? 2500 1965?-1969
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
4D254? – E? − W? ? N ? 59? ? 2500 1965?-1969
4D254? – E? − C? ? N ? 64? ? 2500 1965?-1969
4D254? – E? − P? ? N ? 71? ? 2500 1965?-1969

NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. ¿These engines were fitted in D Series Lorries? The 2701E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2701C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2711E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2703E F2 IL-6−D 100mm 115mm 3.937in 4.524in 5.146L / 330.5ci
FORD 2703E ? IL-6−D 100mm 114.7mm 3.937in 4.516in 5.408L / 330ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2703E − CA F2 N ? 85.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2703E − CB F2 N ? 98.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2703E − BS F2 N ? 89.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2703E − BS OL F2 N ? 99.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2703E − ? ? N 74 100 ? 2500 1965-1969
2703E? (Truck) ? N ? 102.5 ? 2800 1965-1969
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D330? – ? − C ? N ? 89.5?c ? 2500 1965-1969
6D330? – ? − P ? N ? 99.5? ? 2500 1965-1969
6D330?TI? – ? − P ? Ti ? 180 182 2500 1969?-1974
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & FordsonTractorPages. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. These engines were fitted in D & K Series Lorries, & R Series Busses. The 2703E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2703C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2713E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2703C F2 IL-6−P 107?mm 115?mm 4.22?in 4.524?in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2703C ? IL-6−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524in 5.95L / 363ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2703C − CA ? N ? 85.5? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2703C − CB ? N ? 94.5? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2703C − BS ? N ? 90? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2703C − BS OL ? N ? 100? ? 2500 1965?-1969
♥  ?
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? – ? − C ? N ? 90 ? 2500 1969-1981
? – ? − P ? N ? 100 ? 2500 1969-1981
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79). Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. ¿These engines were fitted in D Series Lorries? The 2703E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2703C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2713E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2704E F2 IL-6−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.945L / 362.8ci
FORD 2704E S1 IL-6−D? 105?mm 115?mm 4.125?in 4.524?in 5.945?L / 363ci
FORD 2704E ? IL-6−D 105mm 114.7mm 4.125in 4.516in 5.899L / 360ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2704E − CA F2 N ? 96.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2704E − CB F2 N ? 107.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2704E − BS F2 N ? 98 ? 2500 1965-1969
2704E − BS OL F2 N ? 108.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
2704E − ? ? N 81 109 ? 2500 1965-1969
2704E? (Truck) ? N ? 113.5 ? 2800 1965-1969
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D363 – F − ? S1 N ? ? ? ? 1965-1969
6D363? – F − C ? N ? 98?c ? 2500 1965-1969
6D363? – F − P ? N ? 108.5 ? 2500 1965-1969
6D363?TC? – F − ? ? TiS ? 150 152 2500 1968-1982
?TI? – F − ? ? TiS ? 180 182 2500 196?-1974
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual & FordsonTractorPages. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Cylinder Block Part Number 703F-6010BA. These engines were fitted in D & K Series Lorries, & R Series Busses. The 2704E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2704C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2714E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2704C F2 IL-6−P 107?mm 115?mm 4.22?in 4.524?in 6.220L / 380ci
FORD 2704C ? IL-6−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524in 6.22L / 380ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2704C − CA ? N ? 93? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2704C − CB ? N ? 105? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2704C − BS ? N ? 97.5? ? 2500 1965?-1969
2704C − BS OL ? N ? 108.5? ? 2500 1965?-1969
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D380? – F? − ? ? N ? 93? ? 2500? 1965?-1969
6D380? – F − C ? N ? 93? ? 2500 1965?-1969
6D380? – F − P ? N ? 105? ? 2500 1965?-1969
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. ¿These engines were fitted in D Series Lorries? The 2704E is not to be confused with the larger parent bore 2704C which was the immediate forerunner of the 2714E.

Late Dorset Series (1969-1982) 2710 Range
+ Late 2704E, ET, & Turbo Plus


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2711E F2‚3 IL-4−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 4.150L / 254ci
FORD 2711E ? IL-4−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524?in 4.150L / 254ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2711E – ? − CA F2 N ? 59 ? 2500 11969-1981
2711E – ? − CB F2 N ? 65 ? 2500 1969-1981
2711E – ? − BS F2 N ? 64 ? 2500 1969-1981
2711E – ? − BS OL F2 N 53? 71 ? 2500 1969-1981
2711E – A − BS F3 N ? 64 ? 2500 1969-1981
2711E – A − BS OL F3 N 53? 71 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  AMMARINE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
254? − C AM N ? 64.2 ? 2500 1969-1981
254? − P AM N ? 71 ? 2500 1969-1981
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. 4D254-C&P HP data from OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Fitted with Simms Minimec P???? Injection Pump, angle cut timing gears and pressed steel timing gear cover. While this engine is similar to the popular 4 cylinder Lehman 80, it is actually the “Econo” reduced horsepower version of the 2712E below, and it was marinized by American Marine Ltd with Lehman marinizing kits in the ’70s for use in their Grand Banks trawlers. The 2701C was the immediate forerunner of the 2711E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2712E F2‚3 IL-4−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 4.150L / 254ci
FORD 2712E S1 IL-4−P ?mm ?mm 4.22in 4.52in 4150cc / 254ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2712E – ? − CA F2 N ? 66 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712E – ? − CB F2 N ? 74 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712E – ? − BS F2 N ? 72 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712E – ? − BS OL F2 N ? 80 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712E – A − BS F3 N ? 72 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712E – A − BS OL F3 N ? 80 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712-E – G − 6270 C S1 N ? 74.2 ? 2500 1969-1981
2712-E – ? − BS OL S1 N ? 80 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
4D254 (Lehman 80) – G − W ? N ? 72 80 2500 1969-1981
4D254 (Lehman 80) – G − W ? N 59 79 80 2500 1969-1981
4D254 (Lehman 80) – G − C ? N ? 74.2 ? 2500 1969-1981
4D254 (Lehman 80) – G − P ? N ? 80 ? 2500 1969-1981
4D254 (L… 80) – G − 6270 C S1 N ? 74.2 ? 2500 1969-1981
4D254 (L… 80) – G − BS OL S1 N ? 80 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Pike II − C P N ? 72 ? 2500 1969?-1981?
Porbeagle II − C P N ? 72 ? 2500 1969?-1981?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
397 − PC ? N ? 72 ? 2500 1982-1984
397 − PI ? N ? 80 ? 2500 1982-1984
Melody − C ? N ? 76 ? 2250 1982-1984
Melody − P ? N ? 80 ? 2500 1982-1984
Flat-Four − C ? N ? 72 ? 2500 1982-1984
Flat-Four − C ? N ? 76 ? 2250 1982-1984
Flat-Four − P ? N 59 79 80 2500 1982-1984
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. 4D254-W HP data from BoatDiesel, 4D254-C&P HP data from OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Fitted with Simms Minimec P???? Injection Pump, angle cut timing gears and pressed steel timing gear cover. This model powered Cargo Lorries. This is the popular engine marinized by Lehman and known as the Lehman 80.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2713E F2‚3 IL-6−P 105mm 115mm 4.12in 4.52in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2713E ? IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.95L / 363ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2713E – ? − CA F2 N ? 85.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E – ? − CB F2 N ? 94.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E – ? − BS F2 N ? 90 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E – ? − BS OL F2 N 74? 100 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E – B − BS F3 N ? 90 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E – B − BS OL F3 N ? 100 ? 2500 1969-1981
2713E? (Truck) – ? − ? ? N ? 103 ? 2800 1969-1981
♥  ?
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? – ? − C ? N ? 90 ? 2500 1969-1981
? – ? − P ? N ? 100 ? 2500 1969-1981
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. The 2703C was the immediate forerunner of the 2713E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2714E F2‚3 IL-6−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 6.220L / 380ci
FORD 2714E ? IL-6−P 107?mm 115?mm 4.22?in 4.524?in 6.220L / 380ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2714E – ? − CA F2 N ? 93 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – ? − CB F2 N ? 105 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – ? − BS F2 N ? 97.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – ? − BS OL F2 N ? 108.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – C − BS F3 N ? 97.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – C − BS OL F3 N ? 108.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2714E – ? − ? ? N 81 109 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  AMMARINE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
380? − C AM N ? 97.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
380? − P AM N ? 108.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. 6D380-C&P HP data from OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Fitted with Simms Minimec P5088 Injection Pump, angle cut timing gears and pressed steel timing gear cover. While this engine is similar to the popular 6 cylinder Lehman 120, it is actually the “Econo” reduced horsepower version of the 2715E below, and it was marinized by American Marine Ltd with Lehman marinizing kits in the ’70s for use in their Grand Banks trawlers. They painted  them AmMarine (golden or yellowish) Green. The 2704C was the immediate forerunner of the 2714E.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2715E F2‚3 IL-6−P 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 6.220L / 380ci
FORD 2715-E S1 IL-6−P ?mm ?mm 4.22in 4.52in 6220cc / 380ci
FORD 2715E ? IL-6−P 107?mm 115?mm 4.22?in 4.524?in 6.220L / 380ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2715E? – ? (Truck) ? N ? 113 ? 2800 1969-1981
2715E – ? − CA F2 N ? 102.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715E – ? − CB F2 N ? 114.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715E – ? − BS F2‚3 N ? 108 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715-E – ? − 6270 C S1 N ? 114.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715-E – ? − BS OL S1 N ? 120 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715E – ? − BS OL F2 N 89? 120 ? 2500 1969-1981
2715E – C − BS OL F3 N 89? 120 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D380 (Lehman 120) – H − W ? N 88 118 120 2500 1969-1981
6D380 (Lehman 120) – H − C ? N ? 114.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
6D380 (Lehman 120) – H − C ? N ? 108 ? 2500 1969-1981
6D380 (Lehman 120) – H − P ? N ? 120 ? 2500 1969-1981
6D380 (L… 120) – H − 6270 C S1 N ? 114.5 ? 2500 1969-1981
6D380 (L… 120) – H − BS OL S1 N ? 120 ? 2500 1969-1981
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Barracuda II − C P N ? 108 ? 2500 1969?-1981?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Mariner − PI ? N ? 120 ? 2500 1969-1982
Flat-Six − C ? N ? 101.5 ? 2500 1969-1982
Flat-Six − PC ? N 79 107 108 2500 1969-1982
Flat-Six − PI ? N ? ? 120 2500 1969-1982
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual. 6D380-W HP data from BoatDiesel, 6D380-C&P HP data from OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. Fitted with Simms Minimec P5130 Injection Pump, angle cut timing gears and pressed steel timing gear cover. This model powered Cargo lorries. This is the popular engine marinized by Lehman and known as the Lehman 120.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2704ET F2 IL-6−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2704-ET S1 IL-6−D ?mm ?mm 4.125in 4.52in 5950cc / 363ci
FORD 2704ET ? IL-6−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.945L / 360ci
FORD 2704ET ? IL-6−D 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.945L / 362.8ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2704ET? (Truck) ? T ? 141.5 ? 2400 1969?-1980
2704-ET (I & M) − 6270 C S1 T ? 136.5 ? 2400 1968-1981?
2704-ET (I & M) − BS OL S1 T ? 150 ? 2400 1968-1981?
2704ET (Ind & Mar) − BH F2 T ? 150 152 2400 1968-1981?
2704ET (Ind & Mar) − PS F2 T 113? 152 ? 2400 1968-1981?
2704ET Intercooled − BH F2 TiS ? 180 ? 2450 1968-1974?
2704ET Intercooled − PS F2 TiS 135? 182 ? 2450 1968-1974?
2704ET Turbo Plus − BH F2 TiS 186 250 ? 2450 1968-1981?
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6D363T – I − W ? T 110 148 150 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − C ? T ? 136.5 ? 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − P ? T ? 150 152 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − BS ? T ? 136.5 ? 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − 6270 C S1 T ? 136.5 ? 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − BS OL S1 T ? 150 ? 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − P? ? TiS ? 180 182 2450 1968-1974?
6D363T – I − PS ? TiS ? 152 ? 2400 1968-1981?
6D363T – I − BH ? TiS ? 150 ? 2400 1968-1981?
♥  PARSONS
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Force 12 − C P T ? 158 ? 2450 1968?-1981?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Mistral − PI ? T ? 150 ? 2400 1968-1982?
Mistral − W ? T 110 148 150 2400 1968-1982?
595-ET − PC ? Ti 110 148 150 2400 1982-1991
595-ET − PI ? Ti ? 150 ? 2400 1982-1991
595-ET − PC ? Ti ? 135 ? 2400 1982-1991
595-ET − PI ? Ti ? 150 ? 2400 1982-1991
595-ET-INT − PI ? Ti ? 180 ? 2450 1982-1991
595-ET-INT − PC ? Ti ? 162 ? 2450 1982-1991
595-ET-INT − P ? Ti 132 178 180 2450 1982-1991
595-ET-210 − P ? Ti 139 186 189 2450 1982-1991
595-ET-210 − PC ? Ti ? 189 ? 2450 1982-1991
595-ET-210 − PI ? Ti ? 214 ? 2450 1982-1991
595-TP (Turbo Plus) − PC ? Ti ? 250? ? 2450 1982-1991
Majestic − P? ? Ti ? 180 182 2500 1968-1974?
NOTES: Data from Ford 2700 Series Service Manual (Dated 6/79) & Sabre Lehman OpManual & FordsonTractorPages. 6D363T-W HP data from BoatDiesel, TC-C&P HP data from OpManual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. It had chromed cylinder liners, stronger head bolts and connecting rods.

Dover Series (1982-1991+) 2720 (ESD) Range


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2722 F4 IL-4−P? 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 4.150L / 254ci
FORD 2722? F5 IL-4−P? 107.21mm 114.80mm 4.221in 4.524in 4.2L / 254ci
FORD 2722E L1 IL-4−P? 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524in 4.150L / 254ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2722 – ? − C F4 N 52.8 ? ? 2600 1982-1991
2722 – ? − I F4 N 58.5 ? ? 2600 1982-1991
ESD-442 – 255 − ? F5 N ? ? ? ? 1982-1991
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
SD80 (Standard) – ? − ? L1 N ? 80 ? 2500 1982-1991
SP90 (Super) – ? − ? L1 N ? 90 ? 2600 1982-1991
SP90 (Super) – R − W ? N 60 81 82 2600 1982-1991
SP90 (Super) – R − P ? N 67 90 91 2600 1982-1991
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
80C − Pro ? N 59 80 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
90L − Leasure ? N 66 90 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
160C − Pro ? Ti 118 160 ? 2400 1982?-1991?
190L − Leasure ? Ti 140 190 ? 2400 1982?-1991?
♥  BETA
MODEL DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BD4 (UK) ? N 63 84 86 2600 199?-?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Melody − P ? N ? 80 ? 2500 1982?-1984?
Melody − P ? N 66 89 90 2600 1982?-1984?
Melody − W ? N ? 77 ? 2600 1982-1987
Melody − P ? N ? 85 ? 2600 1982-1987
Melody − W ? N ? 81 ? 2600 1988-1994
Melody − P ? N ? 90 ? 2600 1988-1994
Turbo-Four-105 − PC ? T ? 94 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four-105 − PI ? T ? 105 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four-130 − PC ? Ti ? 94 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four-130 − PI ? Ti ? 130 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − PI ? Ti ? 140 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − C ? Ti 105 140 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − W ? Ti 116 155 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − PC ? Ti ? 160 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − C ? Ti ? 162 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − PI ? Ti ? 180 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − P ? Ti 116 155 ? 2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − P ? Ti 149 200 203 2500-2600 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − P ? Ti 149 (140) 200 203 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − P ? Ti 149 200 203 2500 1982-1984
Turbo-Four − PI ? Ti ? 200 ? 2600 1982-1984
NOTES: Data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. Various Data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. W&P & Sabre data from BoatDiesel.com. Straight cut timing gears and aluminum timing gear cover.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2723 F4 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.52in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2723? F5 IL-6−D? 104.80mm 114.80mm 4.126in 4.524in 5.9L / 362ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2723 – ? − C F4 N 68.8 ? ? 2500 1982-1991
2723 – ? − I F4 N 76.2 ? ? 2500 1982-1991
ESD-659 – 365NA − ? F5 N ? ? ? ? 1982-1991
NOTES: Data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. Various Data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. W&P & Sabre data from BoatDiesel.com. Straight cut timing gears and aluminum timing gear cover.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2725 F4 IL-6−P? 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.52in 6.220L / 380ci
FORD 2725E F5 IL-6−P? 107.21mm 114.80mm 4.221in 4.524in 6.2L / 380ci
FORD 2725E L1 IL-6−P? 107mm 115mm 4.22in 4.524in 6.22L / 380ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2725 – ? − C F4 N 81.4 ? ? 2600 1982-1991
2725 – ? − I F4 N 90 ? ? 2600 1982-1991
ESD-662 – 380NA − ? F5 N ? ? ? ? 1982-1991
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
SD120 (Standard) – ? − ? L1 N ? 120 ? 2500 1982-1991
SD120 (Lehman) – R − W ? N ? ? ? 2500 1982-1991
SD120 (Lehman) – R − P ? N ? 120 ? 2500 1982-1991
SP135 (Super) – ? − ? L1 N ? 135 ? 2500 1982-1991
SP135 (Super) – N − W ? N 91 122 123 2600 1982-1991
SP135 (Super) – N − P ? N 101 135 137 2600 1982-1991
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
120C − Pro ? N 88 120 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
135L − Leasure ? N 99 135 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
190L − Leasure ? Ti 140 190 ? 2400 1982?-1991?
♥  BETA
MODEL DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BD6 (UK) ? N 96 128 130 2600 199?-?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Mariner − W ? N ? 115 ? 2600? 1982-1987
Mariner − P ? N ? 128 ? 2600? 1982-1987
Mariner − W ? N ? 122 ? 2600 1987-1995+
Mariner − P ? N 101 135 137 2600 1987-1995+
Mariner DoverTech − P ? N 101 135 137 2600 1987?-1995?+
AMERICAN DIESEL
MODEL DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
6N125? ? N ? 125 ? 2600 19??~20??
6N140? AD N 104.51 140 142 2600 1996~20??
NOTES: Data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. Various Data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. W&P & Sabre data from BoatDiesel.com. American Diesel Corp identifies the 6N140 as built by Ford Otosan on DataSheet (viewable on BoatDiesel.com).

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2726 F4 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.52in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2726? F5 IL-6−D? 104.80mm 114.80mm 4.126in 4.524in 6.0L / 363ci
FORD 2726T L1 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.95L / 363ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2726T – ? − C ? T 97.1 ? ? 2400 1982-1991
2726T – ? − I ? T 107.5 ? ? 2400 1982-1991
ESD-660T – 365TC − ? F5 T ? ? ? ? 1982-1991
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
SP160 (Super) – ? − ? L1 T ? 160 ? 2400 1982-1991
SP160 (Super) – O − W ? T ? ? ? 2500 1982-1991
SP160 (Super) – O − P ? T ? 160 ? 2500 1982-1991
SP185 (Super) – S − W ? T 124 166 169 2500 1982-1991
SP185 (Super) – S − P ? T 138 185 188 2500 1982-1991
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
180C − Pro ? Ti? 132 180 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
225L − Leasure ? Ti? 165 225 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Mistral − W ? T ? 146 ? 2500? 1982-1984
Mistral − P ? T ? 160 ? 2500? 1982-1984
Mistral − PC ? T ? 162 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
Mistral − PC ? T ? 158 ? 2500 1985-1987
Mistral − PI ? T 130 175 ? 2500 1985-1987
Mistral − P ? T ? 167 ? 2500 1988-1995+
Mistral − P ? T 138 185 188 2500 1988-1995+
Mistral (2726) − PI ? T ? 185 ? 2500 1988-1995+
Mistral (Dover) − PI ? T ? 185 ? 2500 1988-1995+
Majestic − PC ? Ti ? 169 ? 2500 1982-1984
Majestic − PI ? Ti ? 188 ? 2500 1982-1984
Majestic − PC ? Ti ? 180 ? 2500 1985-1987
Majestic − PI ? Ti ? 200 ? 2500 1985-1987
Majestic − PC ? Ti ? 191 ? 2500 1988-1995+
Majestic − PI ? Ti ? 212 ? 2500 1988-1995+
NOTES: Ford data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. W&P & Sabre data from BoatDiesel.com. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. 363ci is sometimes shown as 5.9L, 5.95L or 6.0L. Some marinized engines may produce slightly different power then listed here as they may be fitted with different turbos & exhaust systems.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2726TG F4 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.52in 5.950L / 363ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2726TG – ? − C F4 T 79 ? ? 1500 1982-1991
2726TG – ? − I F4 T 87 ? ? 1500 1982-1991
2726TG – ? − C F4 T 88 ? ? 1800 1982-1991
2726TG – ? − I F4 T 97 ? ? 1800 1982-1991
(ESD-660T?) – 365TC? − C ? T 79.1 ? ? 1500 1982-1991
(ESD-660T?) – 365TC? − I ? T 87 ? ? 1500 1982-1991
(ESD-660T?) – 365TC? − C ? T 88.1 ? ? 1800 1982-1991
(ESD-660T?) – 365TC? − I ? T 97 ? ? 1800 1982-1991
NOTES: Ford data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. 363ci is sometimes shown as 5.9L, 5.95L or 6.0L. Some marinized engines may produce slightly different power then listed here as they may be fitted with different turbos & exhaust systems. MODEL TG = Turbocharged Generator Engine.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD 2728T F4 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.52in 5.950L / 363ci
FORD 2728T F5 IL-6−D? 104.80mm 114.80mm 4.126in 4.524in 6.0L / 363ci
FORD 2728T L1 IL-6−D? 105mm 115mm 4.125in 4.524in 5.95L / 363ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
2728T – ? − C F4 Ti 135.5 ? ? 2450 1982-1991
2728T – ? − I F4 Ti 149 ? ? 2450 1982-1991
ESD-660T – 365TC − C F5 Ti 135.5 ? ? 2450 1982-1991
ESD-660T – 365TC − I F5 Ti 149 ? ? 2450 1982-1991
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
SP225 (Super) – ? − ? L1 Ti ? 225 ? 2450 1982-1991
SP225 (Super) – P − W ? Ti 151 203 205 2450 1982-1991
SP225 (Super) – P − P ? Ti 168 225 228 2450 1982-1991
SP275 (Super) – T − W ? TII 185 247 251 2500 1982-1991
SP275 (Super) – T − P ? TII 205 275 279 2500 1982-1991
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
212C ?− Pro ? Ti 156 212 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
250 ?− ? ? Ti 186 250 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
255C ?− Pro ? Ti 188 255 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
275L ?− Leasure ? Ti 202 275 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
280C ?− Pro ? Ti 260 280 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
320L ?− Leasure ? Ti 235 320 ? 2650 1982?-1991?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Monarch − W ? Ti ? 180 ? 2600 1982-1984
Monarch − P ? Ti ? 200 ? 2600 1982-1984
Monarch − W ? Ti ? 207 ? 2600 1985-1987
Monarch − P ? Ti ? 230 ? 2600 1985-1987
Monarch − W ? Ti 151 203 205 2450 1982?-1991?
Monarch − W ? Ti ? 225 ? 2450 1988-1995+
Monarch − P ? Ti 186 250 253 2600 1988-1995+
Monarch − PI ? Ti ? 250 ? 2600 1988-1995+
595-TP (TurboPlus) − PC ? Ti ? ? ? 2450 1982-1991
595-TP (TurboPlus) − PI ? Ti 184 247 250 2450 1982-1991
Turbo Plus − W ? Ti ? 234 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo Plus − P ? Ti ? 260 ? 2500 1982-1984
Turbo Plus − W ? Ti ? 248 ? 2500 1985-1987
Turbo Plus − PI ? Ti ? 275 ? 2500 1985-1987
Turbo Plus − W ? Ti 185 247 251 2500 1988?-1994?
Turbo Plus − W ? Ti ? 270 ? 2500 1988-1995+
Turbo Plus − P ? Ti 224 300 304 2500 1988-1995+
NOTES: Ford data from Ford 2720 Range OpManual (Dated 11/88) & Ford ESD Service Manual. W&P & Sabre data from BoatDiesel.com. Various data sources list slightly different B&S, Displacement, etc. 363ci is sometimes shown as 5.9L, 5.95L or 6.0L. SP225 is sometimes rated at 2500 rpm. SP275 is Twin Flow Intercooled. Some marinized engines may produce slightly different power then listed here as they may be fitted with different turbos & exhaust systems. Sabre Pro & Leasure data from BoatDiesel.com.

Ford ? Series (1992- ?) FSD Range


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD FSD 425 ? IL-4−? 93.67mm 90.54mm 3.68in 3.56in 2496cc / 2.5L / 152.25ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Merlin − P ? N 52 70 71 4000 1992?-?
Turbo-Merlin − PI ? Ti 82 110 ? 4000 1992?-?
Turbo-Merlin − PI ? Ti ? 130 ? 4000 1992?-?
Turbo-Merlin − P ? Ti 97 130 132 3800 1992?-?
Turbo-Merlin − P ? Ti 100 130 ? 3800 1992?-?
NOTES:

Ford Power Products? “Genesis?” Series (1992-2008?) BSD Range


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford BSD 333 ? IL-3-P 111.7mm 106.7mm 4.4in 4.2in 3150cc / 3.15L / 192ci
♥  FORD
MODEL – RATING DS ASP KW SHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BSD 333 – Con ? N ? 49 ? 2200 199?-?
BSD 333 – Int ? N ? 60 ? 2500 199?-?
♥  BETA
MODEL DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BD3 (UK) ? N 42 56 56 2500 199?-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD BSD 444 ? IL-4−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in 4.4L / ?ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BSD 444? − ? ? N ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 444? − ? ? T ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 444? − ? ? Ti ? ? ? ? 199?-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD BSD 668? ? IL-6−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in 6798cc / 6.798L / ?ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BSD 668? − ? ? N ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 668? − ? ? T ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 668? − ? ? Ti ? ? ? ? 199?-?
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
350C ?− Pro ? Ti 257 350 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
370L ?− Leasure ? Ti 272 370 ? 2600 1982?-1991?
NOTES:
Ford 7.8L Medium Duty Truck Engine

Ford 7.8L Medium Duty Truck Engine

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD BSD 678 ? IL-6−? 111.8mm 132.1mm 4.4in 5.2in 7.8L / 474ci
♥  FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BSD 678? − ? ? N ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 678? − ? ? T ? ? ? ? 199?-?
BSD 678? − ? ? Ti ? ? ? ? 199?-?
♥  LEHMAN
MODEL – EC − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
SP355 (Super) – ? − W ? Ti 238 319 324 2600 199?-?
SP355 (Super) – ? − P ? Ti 265 355 360 2600 199?-?
♥  SABRE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
385C ?− Pro ? Ti 283 385 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
430L ?− Leasure ? Ti 317 430 ? 2500 1982?-1991?
♥  BETA
MODEL DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
BD8 (UK) ? N 112 150 152 2500 199?-?
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Manta − P ? N 132 178 180 2600 19??-19??
Mirage − P ? Ti 239 321 325 2600 19??-19??
Magnum − P ? Ti 298 400 406 2600 19??-19??
NOTES: Twin Intercooled. The SP355 workboat rating is sometimes shown as 300 BHP at 2600 rpm. W&P, Pro & Leasure data from BoatDiesel.com.

Ford New Holland “Genesis” Series (1995?-?) (2002?-?)


New Holland was founded in 1895 by Mr. Abe Zimmerman in New Holland, PA, USA, and was purchased by the Sperry Corporation in 1947, to form Sperry-New Holland. In 1986, Ford bought New Holland from Sperry-Rand corporation to form Ford-New Holland. The Ford Motor company divested the Tractor division and Construction machinery to Fiat under the New Holland Brand in 1991. Fiat had until 2000 to stop using the Ford name on the tractor line. Fiat formed the new N.H.Geotec division, by merging Ford-New Holland and Fiat Geotec operations incorporating all tractor operations and agri businesses. In 1993 Ford-New Holland construction lines merged with Fiat-Hitachi construction. In 1996, N.H.Geotec  was rebranded as New Holland N.V. and listed on the NY stock exchange. In 1999, the Merger of Case and New Holland formed CNH Global. CNH products were sold under the following brands: Case CE, Case IH, Fiatallis, Fiat-Hitachi, Link-Belt (earth moving equipment), New Holland, O&K, Steyr and Kobelco. In 2008, production of the T series ended at the New Holland tractor plant in Basildon, England and the engine production line was shut down. CNH then turned to engines from Italy.
More from tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Ford & tractors.wikia.com/wiki/New_Holland
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD ? ? IL-4−? 112mm 127mm 4.41in 5.00in 5.0L / 304ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Melody-II − P ? N 67 90 91 2200 1995?-?
Turbo-Melody-II − P ? Ti 118 158 160 2500 1995?-?
Turbo-Melody-II − P ? Ti 120 160 ? 2500 1995?-?
Turbo-Melody-II − PI ? Ti ? 160 ? 2500 1995?-?
Turbo-Four-II − P ? Ti 149-150 200 203 2500 1995?-?
Turbo-Four-II − PI ? Ti ? 200 ? 2500 1995?-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD ? ? IL-6−? 112mm 127mm 4.41in 5.00in 7.5L / 457ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Manta-II − P ? N 108 145 147 2100 2002?-?
Manta-II − P ? N 119 160 162 2400 2002?-?
Mirage-II − P ? Ti 239 321 325 2600 2002?-?
Mirage-II − P ? Ti ? 325 ? 2500 2002?-?
Magnum-II − P ? Ti ? 400 ? 2600 2002?-?
NOTES:

Ford Duratorq Series (1994?-?) (2002-) XLD, ZSD, TDCi Ranges


BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD Duratorq XLD-416 ? IL-4−P 80mm 80mm 3.146in 3.146in 1.6L / 98.08ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Meteorite − P ? N 26 35 35 3000 2005(08)-?
Meteor − P ? N 40 54 54 4800 2005-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD Duratorq XLD-418 ? IL-4−P 82.5mm 82mm 3.25in 3.23in 1.75L / 107ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
Meteor-II − P ? N 42 56 57 4000 (1994?+)2005-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD Duratorq ZSD-422? ? IL-4−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in 2.2L / 133.3?ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
PT-22 − P ? Ti 63? 84? 86? 3500? 2005-?
PT-22 − P ? Ti 81? 110? ? 3500? 2005-?
PT-22 − P ? Ti 96 129 131 3500 2005-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD Duratorq ZSD-424? ? IL-4−? 89.9?mm 94.6?mm ?in ?in 2.4L / 146.6?ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
PT-24 − P ? Ti 74 ? 100 3800? 2002-?
PT-24 − P ? Ti 87? ? 115? 3800? 2002-?
PT-24 − P ? Ti 103 138 140 3250 2002-?
NOTES:
BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
FORD Duratorq TDCi 3.2? ? IL-5−? 89.9?mm 100.76?mm ?in ?in 3.2L / 195.2?ci
♥  MERMAID
MODEL − RATING DS ASP KW HP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
PT-32 − P ? Ti 147 197 200 3500 2006?-?
NOTES:

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Contact Information

Grand Banks Website

Grand Banks Worldwide Offices:
Corporate Sales & Marketing
Dave Northrop
1866 Ottawa Beach Rd.
Suite M
Holland, Mi 49424
Office +1 616 499 2519
Offices +1 206 352 0116
Email
USA Service
Fran Morey
1 Maritime Drive
Suite #4
Portsmouth, RI 02871
Tel: 206-352-0116 x131
Fax: 206-352-1711
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Europe/Asia Pacific Sales
Grand Banks Yachts Sdn Bhd
PLO 488, Jalan Suasa
81707 Pasir Gudang
Johor, Malaysia
Tel: +60 7251-7488
Fax: +60 7251-7388
Email
Corporate: Singapore
Grand Banks Yachts PTE LTD
274 Upper Bukit Timah Road #03-16
Singapore 588213
Tel: +65 6545-2929
Fax: +65 6733-1527
Email
Corporate: Sales & Marketing
2292 West Commodore Way
Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98199
USA
Tel: 206-352-0116
Fax: 206-352-1711
Email
Corporate: Malaysia
Grand Banks Yachts Sdn Bhd
PLO 488, Jalan Suasa
81707 Pasir Gudang
Johor, Malaysia
Tel: +60 7251-7488
Fax: +60 7251-7388
Email
GB Worldwide Parts
To Place an Order:
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Parts Website
Fax: 206-352-1711
Customer Service for Existing Orders:
Phone: 206-352-0116 x110
GB ShipStore Contact
To Place an Order:
GB ShipStore Website
Customer Service for Existing Orders:
Phone: 206-466-1849
Investor Relations Contact
Peter Poli
Grand Banks Yachts Limited
541 Orchard Road
#11-04, Liat Towers
Singapore 238881
Tel: +65 6545 2929
Fax: +65 6733 1527
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