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6-71 inline lefthand turn Randall Sullivan 10-31-05  
Need to find reliable 6-71 inline lefthand turn for my old greyhound
Re: 6-71 inline lefthand turn Joe 11-13-05  
Have one 100,000 miles on it, still in a Fishbowl GMC 1971-72 TYPE T6H4523n Bus
I want 2500.00 for the whole bus it is a complete conviersion with all takes pumps and all parts
Re: 6-71 inline lefthand turn TomC 11-14-05  
Not to blow Joe's offer, but his engine is a 6V-71, whereas you want a 6-71. The best aspect of the 2 stroke Detroits is that you could reconfigure the engine to whatever you needed. Whether it be a right or left handed engine, the exhaust on the left or right, the blower on the left or right or a combination of either, it was easy to change. So all you need is ANY 6-71 with low miles and then you can take the equipment off your old one and reconfigure the new one to the fit your old Greyhound. Good Luck, TomC
Re: 6-71 inline lefthand turn Michael 6-9-06  
I have a new (not rebuilt) 671 turbo. 275 hp with Jake brake installed. You can have your choice of #1 or #2 bell housing. $5500.00. Came out of a piece of emergency equipment that was converted to another purpose right after being delivered. Have pictures available. Michael in FL
Re: 6-71 inline lefthand turn pete Brenenstuhl 11-9-08  
Find any good 671 in line and just turn the cam around, swap ends and wala it's now turning left..
Pete Brenenstuhl, The Villages Florida
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