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Old 04 April 2007, 18:30   #1
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Anyone (Nasher) know what sized split pin I need for my Suzuki 2 stroke 225? i want to change the prop and take some suitable pins with me.
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Old 04 April 2007, 18:36   #2
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Sorry Codprawn, I have a bag of them in the boat but couldn't tell you what size they are.

Can measure them after work tomorrow if its not too late.

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Sorry Codprawn, I have a bag of them in the boat but couldn't tell you what size they are.

Can measure them after work tomorrow if its not too late.

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Yes that would be great - didn't really expect you to be sad enough to know off the top of your head!!!

Then again a mate of mine knows more about diesel engines than can be healthy. Name any diesel engine and he will tell you all about the fuel pump - the size of the injectors - the firing order and all sorts of other things - wether you want to know or not.

Very handy bloke to have around when you buy a s/h diesel though - I am great with petrol engines but - to me - all diesels sound like a bucket of old spanners - how he can tell a good one from a bad is beyond me!!!
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I'll have a look soon as I get home.

I actually like the sound of a big Diesel under load!

Agreed, when cold they sound a bit rough, but that gives them soul!
And creates a bit of empathy between me and the car on a cold morning when I've just got out of bed.

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Won't help much, but for an F115 they're 1/8" x 1.5" (don't know how they size them in metric.) 1.75 seems to work as well, but you have to finagle a bit to bend the prongs over. Can't be too much bigger for yours (and I expect the difference will be a small change in length rather than stock diameter.)


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Right

3.5mm x 38mm long.

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Brilliant - both the same - thanks!!!
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