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Old 19 November 2019, 02:21   #1
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Yamaha service spares

I am looking into obtaining the service parts for my Yamaha 115 2s c1996 v4 OB, can anyone suggest the best dealer to supply these, clearly at good price? Thanks Dave
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Old 19 November 2019, 03:59   #2
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You mean OE Yamaha parts?

For my smaller Yamaha I used BottomLine Marine IOM for carb parts and other gaskets etc. Overall the bits I bought were at the lower end of genuine item prices, they had everything in stock and delivery over £50 was free. Took about 8 working days to get here and their overall service was good.

https://www.bottomlinemarine.com/
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Old 19 November 2019, 12:15   #3
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Thank you for the info about bottom line. Yes to OEM parts, I will send them an email with the parts I require and then can compare to BHG that I have used previously.
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Maybe worth speaking to David Anderson marine (Davie here on the forum) he is main Yamaha agent & should be able to mail you stuff
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Old 19 November 2019, 16:25   #5
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Try Seamark nunn felixstowe (trimley) usually come out best price for me ,and on my doorstep ,loads of stock too. https://seamarknunn.com/acatalog/Yamaha-Parts.html
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They all pretty much order by part number from Yamaha European warehouse in Belgium (I think it’s Belgium) so just get a list of part numbers.......postage makes a difference use the OEM parts finder to get the part numbers......

https://www.yamahaonlineparts.com/oem-parts
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If you don’t mind waiting for a bit, I’ve used simyamaha. Based in US but you can use their parts finder to get exactly what you want.
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Thank you All for the excellent info, I have just had the 3 quotes in and while they are different, they are all within 10£ of each other. Probably go for the Suffolk one as I can easily collect these as I frequently travel to the area.
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I’m off to the states in 2 weeks and I’ve ordered a lot of parts from simyamaha to be picked up when I get there.

If the parts you need aren’t that big, check out the website for price, and if it works for you, I can grab em with mine.
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I’m off to the states in 2 weeks and I’ve ordered a lot of parts from simyamaha to be picked up when I get there.

If the parts you need aren’t that big, check out the website for price, and if it works for you, I can grab em with mine.
Hi Chanchan168, thank you very much for the offer of collecting the parts in the US, not on this occasion, as I think I will use Seamark in Suffolk because I am nearby them once a week these days, so can just collect and have a nose. Are you in the US regularly? I will price the bits up from their website and get an indication of the relative costs. The service items I need work out at about 180£ and actually all three quotes are within about 15£ of each other. However, that’s likely as somebody said all the parts come from a European warehouse in Belgium.

Many thanks again for the good advice everyone. Dave
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Hi Dave,

No problem, completely understand. With regards to parts, yes absolutely cheaper. For instance, $40 for two oem thermostats and gaskets, $30 for oem replacement trim tab anode and engine mount anode pair and the biggest was $104 for a complete water pump kit compared to £140 in UK.

Price doesn’t compare.

No unfortunately not, prob 2 times a year for holiday so I make a list
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Old 03 December 2019, 08:02   #12
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Hi Dave,

No problem, completely understand. With regards to parts, yes absolutely cheaper. For instance, $40 for two oem thermostats and gaskets, $30 for oem replacement trim tab anode and engine mount anode pair and the biggest was $104 for a complete water pump kit compared to £140 in UK.

Price doesn’t compare.

No unfortunately not, prob 2 times a year for holiday so I make a list
The difference in price is staggering - I've just purchased the Yamaha pump for filling the gear case with oil; £25 in the UK vs $11 in the US and looking at what it's made of, $11 is more reasonable.

When you were researching, did you notice which US retailers had the lowest shuppig costs?
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The cheapest I found was Simyamaha, but I tend to order and then ship to the place I’m staying, be it villa or hotel. This is what I’m doing next week, makes financial sense and I still can’t see how prices can be so different.
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