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Series 71

  • Introduced in 1938 (1, 2, 3, 4 and 6-cylinder inline) and 1957 (6, 8, 12, 16, 24 and 32 V-configurations) by GM® for stationary power equipment, landing craft and tanks
  • 8V71 produced today for military applications
  • Applications: Military, marine, industrial, agriculture, oil & gas, power generation, on-highway/bus
  • Available today as reliabilt® remanufactured engine (4 and 6-cylinder inline, as well as 6, 8, 12 and 16 V-configurations)


Interesting Facts

Tractors in the agricultural industry have depended on the mighty 4-71N engine day in and day out. Utilizing a Power Take Off (PTO), the 4-71N has been trusted to get things done. Whether powering a combine, harvester or any other form of farm equipment, this engine is known as a jack-of-all-trades.

The 6-Cylinder 6-71N engine has toiled away inside mobile cranes everywhere. Powering the tracks that move the crane across tough terrain and providing the muscle to help lift steel girders, this engine has earned its reputation as a reliable powerhouse.

The 8-Cylinder 8V71N engine has helped countless auxiliary pumps get tough jobs done at oil and gas drilling sites. It's been a consistent performer, delivering steady power virtually nonstop—even during fluctuating pressure and flow.

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