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Yanmar NT65K

Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 06:54

My recently purchased Yanmar NT65K water cooled engine. I bought it completely taken apart so it'll
be quite a puzzle to put it together again. All information about this engine will be most welcome.

Cheers

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by JONESEY on Wed May 11 2011, 07:23

That looks very interesting, it will be nice to see how you get on restoring it, thanks for posting photos.
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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by mike d on Wed May 11 2011, 08:04

that looks like a very interesting job indeed,the crank looks rather large for an engine of that size.
good luck with your project.you must keep us up to date with your progress.
regards.mike.

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 09:45

Thanks, the crank is pretty big indeed. I will keep you up to date!

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by stationary stu on Wed May 11 2011, 10:05

Hi Niek, Have you done any searches on google or Ask to see if they find anything? Do you know what application the engine is from? I would guess it's not marine or is it?

Good luck with the re-build.

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by Niek on Wed May 11 2011, 10:37

Hi Stu,

I had a look on the internet but thus far I haven't really found anything useful. (except for some
sites in Japanese) I'm not sure what this engine is used for but I have heard that they were used
in boats and also to power milkingmachines.

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by Niek on Fri May 20 2011, 21:02

Today I removed the crankshaft bearing and found it to be completely shot. I asked the local "blacksmith" whether new parts could be ordered. I also bought a similar NT65K without a cilinderhead via the internet for spares. I'm currently waiting to pick it up. New pictures coming soon.

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by Niek on Fri May 20 2011, 21:17

This is a (something got wrong with the camera) picture of the bearing.
I'll make a new photo tomorrow.


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Post by lex63 on Wed Jan 04 2012, 20:26

Hallo i'm new on this topic.

I read this topic With much interest over the Yanmar NT65K.

Three months ago i bay a Yanmar NT65K Engine for making a DC generator, with a 24 volt 55 ampere alternator for charging the battery's.

Now i will working on it and need more information about the Yhamar NT65K engine.

Now i locking for simply user manual and for a workshop instruction book or a diagram how the whole engine are together.

a link to a website with a PDF file is very welcome.

The first a simple question how much oil goes in? 1 liter or 1.2 or 1.4 or 1.5?

hopefully you people can help me.

Thanks in advance

Lex from the Netherlands

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by mike d on Wed Jan 04 2012, 21:45

hi niek..
nice to see your getting there slowly...
next thing it will be out on the rally field..
regards..mike..

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by bbs on Sun Jun 17 2012, 18:59

I can send you a copy of an instruction book.

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by madacki on Mon Sep 16 2013, 02:00

Hello everyone I am retrieving an old engine from Yanmar B8 6 hp like the friend.
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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by madacki on Mon Sep 16 2013, 02:23

Segue foto

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by madacki on Mon Sep 16 2013, 02:25


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Post by madacki on Mon Sep 16 2013, 02:31


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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by mauriciograv on Tue Mar 31 2015, 23:19

my yanmar nt75f'm riding him, are not beaten, but need to rectify the crankshaft, put new bearings, new gaskets, reformed some parts of it with automotive acrylic mass, I will leave it again, want to ride a tractor with him, I have a tractor tobatta (kubotta) with yanmar engine nsb11r, and was repairing a yanmar nsb75, and yanmar nsb18

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Re: Yanmar NT65K

Post by mauriciograv on Tue Mar 31 2015, 23:26

Yanmar NT75F




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Yanmar NSB 18




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