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Old 13 April 2014, 15:51   #1
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Long shot, anyone got a (Honwave/Suzumar) stringer end plug going spare?

Long shot, anyone got a (Honwave/Suzumar) stringer end plug going spare?

I'm missing one, not sure but guessing Honwave/Suzumar are the same type.
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Old 13 April 2014, 19:38   #2
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Only 60p Max!

Assuming... Honwave part 91315-ZV5-T20HE

Honda New Style Stringer Cap Le - 91315-ZV5-T20HE
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Old 14 April 2014, 03:59   #3
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Here's a pic Max. Measures approx. 45mm overall across the bottom edge in image.. or 38mm across the bits that plug in along the same edge if that makes sense.
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Wow, great find David, I will check them out - these are handed but I'll get a couple spare anyway.
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Ahh, mine are different with a curve in, see here:

http://www.suzuki.hu/files/attachments/5/suzumar.pdf

I'll need to get some other spares anyway; twist on pump adaptor, valve, valve cap (valve tool needed?) I think these are all the same Halkey Roberts valves??

Do you have a supplier you use?
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Well I've only needed a couple of bits and those came from the Honwave dealer. Parts like these stringer caps and a hose with twist on valve connection to fit up for my Bravo pump were quite cheap... unlike the Honwave second seat! My twist on gauge came with the boat.

It seems from the Suzumar list the 2009-on stringer end caps are identical to my 2011 Honwave ones... so I wonder if you could assume the older Honwave was the same as the older Suzumar like yours? If so the old style Honwave ones might fit... worth checking with a Honda dealer.

Of course if you are lucky and Suzuki have the same parts supply/pricing as Honda a Suzuki outboard dealer might help??
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The valves seem to be generic Halkey Roberts types - all are working fine and I have the pump adaptor but as you know wise to have a spare for the sake of a few quid - better than a ruined holiday etc!

I've got some of that thermo moldable plastic so might just try making a rough approximation of the cap for now.
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I've noted this seller before and it seems the C-Pro parts are often the same as Honwave so his valves and gauge might suit yours??

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