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^ Support for Ford Industrial Diesel Power Products Engines
^ ^ Other marinizers of Ford-UK engines and manufacurers of marinizing components
^ ^ ^ Lehman Mfg Co ⇐ SEE “Fixes” that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage
^ ^ Engine Rebuilders and Repair Shops that are committed to supporting these Ford Engines
^ Engine Specifications
^ ^ Dagenham Series (1952-1965)
^ ^ Early Dorset Series (1965-1969+)
^ ^ Late Dorset Series (1969-1982)
^ ^ Dover Series (1982-1991+)
^ Literature and Manuals
^ Forum Posts
^ Tech Tips
^ Tech Notes
^ Related Articles
^ ^ See Ford Power Products for Ford gasoline, natural gas, LPG and dual fuel engines
^ ^ See DIY: Engines for articles on Engine Refitting, Repowering, Selection, Marinizing
^ ^ ^ > Installation, Maintenance,Troubleshooting, and Repair
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Bomac Marine Power Corporation has been in business since 1956 serving the world. We produce and sell marinizing components for the Ford Industrial Power Products (Ford-UK) 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder diesel engines.
We ship Ford Lehman engines, parts and kits worldwide daily. We Purchase Ford Lehman Engines In Any Condition!
Bomac Marine Power has been operated by CEO Greg Lilienthal for over 20 years. We offer 24 hour emergency contact for parts and technical information and we stand behind our work.
Bomac Marine carries a complete line of new Lehman Ford Diesel Engine parts and good used parts. We have an outstanding reputation for quality personal service and commitment to our customers.
Heat Exchangers, Oil Coolers and Kits- Replacements for all models and makes of engines.
Phasor Marine Generators- New sales and parts available.
Bomac Service- We service Lehman Ford diesel engines and the equipment we sell.
CONTACT US today for the finest in parts, used parts, new equipment and service. Bomac Marine Power Corporation stands behind their work!
Support for Ford Industrial Power Products Diesel Engines
Other marinizers of Ford-UK engines and manufacurers of marinizing components:
- Lehman Mfg Co ⇐ SEE “Fixes” that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage
- American Marine Ltd (Mfr of Grand Banks)
- Beta Marine
- Northeast Ford Engines Inc
- 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 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 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.
Ford Trader Lorry & Fordson Tractor
Specifications for Ford Industrial Power (UK)
4-Stroke Cycle Lorry & Tractor Diesel Engines
Go To Ford (UK) Page
New Ford Dover 2725E 143 HP at 2600 RPM Replacement from Bomac for $18,000>OoP’??
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If you can help us add brand information, Spec Sheets, Manuals, etc. that we lack, please submit the link or PDF to Editor@AbsolutelyEverythingAboutBoats.com so we can add it to the website. Thanks.
Engine Pictures, Drawings, Specs, Operator Manuals, etc. at BoatDiesel.com
Literature and Manuals
Ford Literature and Manuals
Sabre Lehman Operators Manual (Low-Res PDF) for 4D242, 4D254, 6D363,TC, 6D380 from:
Sabre Lehman Operators Manual & Parts Appendix A & B (PDF) from:
Lehman Operators Manual & Parts ID for SD80, SP90, SD120, SP135, SP160, SP225 from:
Lehman Section A Base Engine Parts Book for 1965~1969 4 & 6 cylinder Base Engines from:
Lehman Section B Marinizing Parts Book for 1965~1969 4 & 6 cylinder engines from:
Ford 2710 Range Operators Instruction Book w/Owner’s Parts List from:
Ford 2720 Range Operator Handbook (Ed 8) for 4 & 6 Cylinder Diesel Engines from:
Ford 2720 Range Instruksjonsbok (Danish) from:
^ Nauticat.dk (second copy)
Ford 592E & 590E Service Manual from:
Ford 2700 Service Manual for 2701,3,4,11,12,13,14,15 (Printed 6/79) from:
Ford 2700 Parts List (1967) for 2701E, 3E, 4E, 6E, 8E, 9E (PDF) from:
Ford ESD Service Manual for ESD-442, ESD-659, ESD-660T, ESD-662 (11/83) from:
Ford ID#s, Engine Models, Vehicle Applications, Year Mfr’d, Bore, Stroke, Cyl, 65~93, from:
Engine Pictures, Drawings, Specs, Operator Manuals, etc. are at:
International Association of Grand Banks Owners Information Exchange
Forum Post listing Ford Production Dates by Serial Numbers
Forum Post describing Ford-UK 6 cylinder diesel engine development from:
Forum Post describing Ford-UK 6 cylinder truck diesel engine development from:
Forum Post describing Ford-UK diesel engine development from:
- Five Easy Ways to Tell the Dover and Dorset Apart from www.FoleyEngines.com
- Ford Industrial Letter=Year Codes from www.FoleyEngines.com:
M=0, G=1, B=2, L=3, A=4, C=5, K=6, H=7, T=8, R=9 (eg RR=99)
- More tech tips from www.foleyengines.com
CAV bought out SIMMS in 1968
See Ford Power Products for Ford gasoline, natural gas, LPG and dual fuel engines
Reciprocating Piston Engine Configurations: 2 & 4 Stroke Cycle. In-line and V, + 20 Others
See DIY: Engines for articles on Engine Refitting, Repowering, Selection, Installation, Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair
Ford Lehman 120 Rear Main Seal Replacement
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