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From the Foley Engines Newsroom

Foley Scrubbers featured in Maine Trails

April 30, 2019

Foley Engines exhaust scrubbers are in the news a lot lately. Maine Trails published an article in this last month’s issue all about them.

Get your copy here!

AutoClutch PTOs are now available for Gas engines!

December 31, 2018

The AutoClutch lines of PTOs are used increasingly behind GM gas engines in wood chippers.  To support our tree care customers we now stock AutoClutch 1300 Gas disc and pressure plate kits, both new and remanufactured. These AutoClutch kits for gas applications are complete and include a pilot bearing, disc, pressure plate, and release bearings. Call us now for AutoClutch PTOs for gas engines in addition to the usual HD 1300 D diesel clutches.

Worcester is in the news again!

December 20, 2018

Worcester, Massachusetts, home of Foley Engines has been making headlines lately, and today is no different.
If you take a look at the front page of today’s Wall Street Journal, you will notice a familiar city being written about again!
You can read all about it HERE!

Worcester, the home of Foley Engines, has been named the new “it” city!

November 13, 2018

In a recent article put out by NPR, Worcester has been recognized as the newest up-and-coming city to visit.
Whether it is for the food, the entertainment or to take in the sights, Worcester is now the place to go!.
You can read all about it HERE!

Foley Engines Profiled in Tree Care Industry Magazine

October 10, 2016

Foley Engines Profiled in Tree Care Industry Magazine
Foley Engines has been featured in a profile article in this month’s Tree Care Industry Magazine published by the TCIA. Check out the article here.

WPT Appoints Foley Engines as Authorized Distributor for New England

August 8, 2016

WPT Appoints Foley Engines as Authorized Distributor for New England
WPT Power Transmission Corp. of Wichita Falls, TX has appointed Foley Engines, based in Worcester, MA, as their authorized power takeoff distributor for the six New England states. Foley Engines, a 103-year-old engine distributor, will focus on mechanical power takeoffs. Foley has an extensive PTO remanufacturing program for mechanical and hydraulic power takeoff clutches. (Diesel Progress North American Edition September 2016 page 92)

News from Our Interns

January 11, 2016

Over the Christmas holidays several former summer interns stopped in to say hello.

100 Years of Expert Advice

January 1, 2016

100 Years of Expert Advice
It’s Official. As of January 1st we’ve been in business for a full 100 years! When you call us for advice or a quote you are able to draw upon our full century of experience to give you the correct answer or part the first time.

Dr. Diesel’s Blog

October 13, 2015

Dr. Diesel’s Blog
Have you ever wondered what is on Dr. Diesel’s mind? Well you can stop wondering because Dr. Diesel™ now has his very own blog.
Go to DrDiesel.com to get your weekly Dr. Diesel™ updates.

Spin on Filter Conversion Kits for Perkins

July 1, 2015

Spin on Filter Conversion Kits for Perkins
Our spin on conversion kits for the Perkins 4108/Westerbeke 40 secondary fuel filter are flying off our shelves. People like getting rid of the awful cartridge style secondary fuel filter and going to a spin on filter. It makes bleeding their fuel system that much easier and because the filter is readily available in almost any local auto parts store, people find that they change the filter much more often.

Word must be getting around.  Just yesterday we shipped three of these spin on conversion kits to Perkins owners and boat yards, all within 30 miles of each other on the Maine coast from New Harbor to Rockport, Maine.

Foley Engines Does It Again

June 5, 2015

Foley Engines Does It Again
Check out this year’s March issue of Engine Builder magazine for some insider insight on the industrial engine business.

Sailing Magazine Letters to the Editor – June 2015

June 3, 2015

Sailing Magazine Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Obscure diesel brand surprising in 50-footer
To Sailing:
     I read with interest Robert Perry’s take on the new Hinckley Bermuda 50 in the April issue, especially saying the diesel auxiliary is going to be a Nanni 4.6. Gee, with all the well-supported diesels out there running the gamut of the alphabet from Beta Marine to Yanmar, it’s surprising that Hinckley chose such an unknown engine – an engine most mechanics have never heard of and fewer still would know where to buy replacement parts.
     Can you imagine how blue the air is going to get when the proud owner of a new Hinckley Bermuda 50 with a sail-away price of $1,975,000 learns on a Thursday evening while cruising off the Maine coast that he needs a new fresh water pump and that the only pump in North America is somewhere in Florida and that there isn’t UPS Next Day Saturday delivery service available to mid-coast Maine?
Jay W. Foley
Foley Engines
Worcester, Massachusetts