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svladysadie <no_reply@...>
 

Our SM 2000 has the standard Onan 6.5 KW generator, Model MDKAL42401
and the Volvo Penta (Perkins) TMD22. We have always purchased filters
and impellers from Amel in Guadaloupe, but we are currently in the
US. Is there a supplier in the US where we can get impellers and
fuel filters for each (the NAPA oil filters seem to be fine)? Bill
on S/V Lady Sadie

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

--- In amelyachtowners@y..., svladysadie <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Our SM 2000 has the standard Onan 6.5 KW generator, Model
MDKAL42401
and the Volvo Penta (Perkins) TMD22. We have always purchased
filters
and impellers from Amel in Guadaloupe, but we are currently in the
US. Is there a supplier in the US where we can get impellers and
fuel filters for each (the NAPA oil filters seem to be fine)? Bill
on S/V Lady Sadie
Hi Bill

Finding parts for these engines should not be a problem. The Onan is
a US made item. I noticed that Boat US now carries Volvo parts, I
dont know how their prices are. Just for the record the Amel has a
Volvo TMD22P. Where is your boat now and what are your cruising plans.

Vito
SV Wanderer
SM#283

svladysadie <no_reply@...>
 

--- In amelyachtowners@y..., asm283 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
--- In amelyachtowners@y..., svladysadie <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Our SM 2000 has the standard Onan 6.5 KW generator, Model
MDKAL42401
and the Volvo Penta (Perkins) TMD22. We have always purchased
filters
and impellers from Amel in Guadaloupe, but we are currently in
the
US. Is there a supplier in the US where we can get impellers
and
fuel filters for each (the NAPA oil filters seem to be fine)?
Bill
on S/V Lady Sadie
Hi Bill

Finding parts for these engines should not be a problem. The Onan
is
a US made item. I noticed that Boat US now carries Volvo parts, I
dont know how their prices are. Just for the record the Amel has a
Volvo TMD22P. Where is your boat now and what are your cruising
plans.

Vito
SV Wanderer
SM#283
Thank you, Vito, for the information. We will be returning to
Trinidad soon, put the boat back in the water, and then stay there
until Thanksgiving. We'll then sail north as far as St.Martin or
the BVI's, and then back to Trinidad or Venezuela for the hurricane
season of 2003. Are you sailing in the Caribbean?