To prolong the life of your marine engine, one of the main things an owner can do is use genuine parts for repairs and replacements. Genuine parts are built to factory specifications and can be easily obtained through Western Branch Diesel.
Located in Marblehead, Ohio, the Harbor Queen, a 42-foot, aluminum, 12-passenger, custom charter fishing boat, was repowered with an EPA Tier 3 Volvo Penta D6 380-horsepower engine, matched with a ZF HS85A reduction gear at 1.96:1 ratio.
Western Branch Diesel’s Canton, Ohio location has been rebuilding large-bore, industrial/off-highway engines and transmissions for more than 30 years.
With four of the Daufuskie Island ferries repowered, Richard Inglis, director of transportation, Daufuskie Island Ferry service, is looking to repower a fifth ferry, the Haig Point IV, as well as a water taxi.
Johnson & Towers and Western Branch Diesel, part of Indel Power Group, are both authorized Volvo Penta Marine Power Centers in their respective territories. Volvo Penta, a leader in the marine engine industry, offers customers information and convenience at their fingertips through their Easy Boating Features. “Volvo Penta has unique
“Western Branch Diesel is top in the market for service and parts for Volvo Penta industrial engines and power generators. We’re very versed on Volvo Penta parts and can provide superior support to keep engines and equipment up and running,” says Chad Wells, Industrial Territory Sales Manager, Western Branch Diesel.
Committing to a maintenance schedule is an important part of extending the life of your marine engine and related systems. Johnson & Towers and Western Branch Diesel, part of the Indel Power Group, provide exceptional maintenance and repair for all marine engines and systems, keeping their customers on the water. An example