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Old 18 October 2009, 13:30   #21
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That's the one.
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Old 18 October 2009, 14:23   #22
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Hello Gibbo,For some reason we never got a chance to chat on the cruise,I dont think I,ve ever seen a 4 metre rib go so fast.My local chandlery in there service dept have all the keys available I know to marinas(there not that many)So maybe somewhere close to you a dealer will have the same for yams.Have you looked in any booklets that you got with the boat just in case someone has jotted down the number inside the cover.good luck
Hi Peter,

Thanks to the all the replies i think i am sorted. I have a four digit figure on my barrell and not three so hopefully will be ok, i have messaged Chewy's ebay link so just waiting for a response and at that price i think i will buy 10 just in case Also really looking forward to waxing a few bottles of Mollers champagne to get the corks.....happy days.

Mighty fine SR5.4 you have and hopefully you will be able to get to the SW gathering that i have "volunteered" to organise.

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Old 18 October 2009, 14:33   #23
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Yep thanks,I,ll keep an eye open for that one.Although it might be a case of the Hare and the Tortoise if i have a pac 22 in the water.If your in front you wont need a mask&filter so there an incentive to keep a wot
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Old 19 October 2009, 04:19   #24
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gibbo all 703 boxes have different keys and numbers . if you look on the ignition barrel there is a rubber grommet over the slot were the key fits into .pull that off and there should be a three digit number . thats the key number you need . let me know I have plenty of different Yam keys in stock and can post one straight out . baz
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Old 19 October 2009, 05:58   #25
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gibbo all 703 boxes have different keys and numbers . if you look on the ignition barrel there is a rubber grommet over the slot were the key fits into .pull that off and there should be a three digit number . thats the key number you need . let me know I have plenty of different Yam keys in stock and can post one straight out . baz
Cheers Baz,

I think i have been looking at the wrong number, will check again this evening.
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Old 19 October 2009, 10:50   #26
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If all else fails a new ignition barrel isn't to expensive
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/yamaha-outboar...item1c0d1b1899
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Old 19 October 2009, 12:55   #27
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If all else fails a new ignition barrel isn't to expensive
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/yamaha-outboar...item1c0d1b1899
Cheers John,

Did see that one and the guy also has spare keys.
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I think the Yam Marine keys use tha same blanks as their motorcycles. Should be cheaper to have a duplicate made at a bike shop (or well-stocked hardware store) rather than a boat shop.

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Old 20 October 2009, 15:30   #29
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Cheers John,

Did see that one and the guy also has spare keys.
Don't know how your getting on with this mate but if you go the new barrel route they are very easy to wire up. Even I did first go
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I ordered 2 keys from Yamaha dealer, pleasantly surprised at 2.13 a key. I would have paid 50 for one at the time i lost it....blo@dy nightmare however we live and learn...hopefully?

Thanks guys for all your replies.
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