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Old 03-03-2021, 01:57 PM   #1
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Morning,
I am seeking parts for my Nissan LD28, 6 cyl. Inboard diesel for a refurbish of 1985 Albin 27FC. The Engine Serial # is 044783 or possibly S44783. Hoping that you might be able to help.
Parts Needed:
1. New - Timing Belt/ Fuel Pump Belt
2. Complete Gasket Set
3. Piston Ring Set (6)
4. Connecting Rod Bearing Set (6)
5. Water Pump/ Fresh water New or Rebuilt

Our Nissans are getting older, even our posts are aging. Can any of you, brothers & sisters provide one or more contacts/ suppliers from which I could find the items on my Want list above?

Any help/ suggestions/ contacts phone#, email, address would be greatly appreciated. Trust everyone is staying safe and careful, stay away from the sandbars, reefs, and the COVID viruses.
Thanks and Best fraternal regards,
Dan Hagan, CAPT
email: hagan_dv@mercer.edu
1985 Albin 27FC
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Old 03-03-2021, 08:25 PM   #2
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Where are you? Old Japanese engines are a dime a dozen in South East Asia as are OEM and Chinese knock-off parts

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Did a quick search on ebay for Nissan LD28 and found pistons, rings, bearings, gaskets and more.
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Seeing the desire for rings and bearings could mean the cylinder bore is no longer holding lube oil.


Cylinders can be honed in place and if otherwise OK the pistons can be knurled to re use .
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