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Still looking. It is an EN- 410 engine . Are they a popular engine and in what years were they used ?? Thanks in advance

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Not sure how I listed it as an AN 10. I wrote down it is an EN 471-15-8. Does that sound like a six cylinder mack motor ?

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Try Kevin all at All Mack's. He rebuilt my engine. I also found a company in Puerto Rico that has a lot of gas engine parts. I forget the name- nor did I order anything, but they ad it all.

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En 471 is a Mack ohv engine used in LF's

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What motor came out of a B-42. We have one with 108k original miles. Just pulled last fall. All it needs is water pump.

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What motor came out of a B-42. We have one with 108k original miles. Just pulled last fall. All it needs is water pump.

EN-402 for the most part. Some had an EN-401 as I understand and they were basically the same engine. The EN-402 was a slight improvement with additional head stud? (I think, but could be wrong).

I have both a EN-377, and an EN-401, and they look the same.

Rob

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108 thousand miles on a en401? thats about the life expectancy for one of those. 401 and 402 was basicaly the same engine. just two more head studs in the corners.

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There is one totally rebuilt on eBay. Search Mack en401. Been there for a few years. Seriously, send an email to kevin all. The man has everything you could imagine. Good luck!

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