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Old 11-09-2016, 03:36 PM   #1
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1985 Perkins Range 4-200

Maybe I'm looking to hard or just missing it in prior posts, but I am trying to find information (location, part numbers, etc) on replacement zinc's for these engines. Both for the engines and manicoolers.
Thank you in advance!
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Old 11-10-2016, 10:25 PM   #2
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Hmm. . . . .Doesn't seem to be a Perkins Range 4 manual in the library. If anyone has one, that would be a good resource manual to add to the forum library.

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I don't have a Range 4 model, but I'm assuming it's like the earlier 6.354m model and doesn't have zinc in the block. Probably only in the Manicoolor and possibly the lube/trans cooler.

Hopefully someone with a Range 4 will also respond.
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Thought I was going crazy when I did not find one. Glad it's not just only me!
Thanks for checking! Appreciated.
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Hey, folks, I've offered it before. I bought a 1983 manual for Perkins 4.154 200 series with North American accessories on eBay. By accident.

Free for the postage.
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Sounds good, but I wonder what the differences might be between the 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder engines?
I bought a manual on Ebay last year which stated it covered the 6 cylinder range 4, but for all the range 4 items, you were instructed to refer to another manual.....
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Boy! Some long-forgotten marketing guru at Perkins deserves precious little credit for their naming system change in about 1985!
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