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Swimmer3347

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Hello all! New member here. Recently purchased an Ebbtide Campione 1900 with a Yems 5.7. Cannot find parts anywhere (obviously) but was not sure if someone here had an engine diagram or can point me into he right direction to get it running, I'd appreciate it very much
 

Wildey

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Hello all! New member here. Recently purchased an Ebbtide Campione 1900 with a Yems 5.7. Cannot find parts anywhere (obviously) but was not sure if someone here had an engine diagram or can point me into he right direction to get it running, I'd appreciate it very much
 

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Scott06

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Also, I am trying g to figure out this part but cannot source anything. Thank you in advance
Cant see the whole part but i would recreate it out of copper sweat together or have a welding shop do it out of stainless pipe or tubing

is that from freeze damage ? Would carefully look the whole engine over before dropping cash in it . Pressure test the cooling passages maybe
 

Scott06

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You can find several coolers https://www.google.com/search?q=mar...oler&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en-us&client=safari

you can rework hoses as needed…. But big issue is the engine has freeze damage would double down on inspecting block heads and exhaust manifolds to make sure they are not damaged like PS cooler is. Its is possible someone forgot to drain the cooler only but means it had suspect winterization In the past

btw the link provided above shows the cooler as available not cheap but available, you have to enlarge the image its number 15… if nothing else is freeze damaged you may be able to get someone to silver solder (aka brazed) that back together
 
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