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Old 12-06-2009, 08:46 PM   #1
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Crankshaft :(

Would anyone happen to have or know of a serviceable crankshaft to fit "Wishfulls" Yam 90 at a sensible price ? needed ASAP as still need to do some testing before Plymouth
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Old 13-06-2009, 08:50 AM   #2
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Would anyone happen to have or know of a serviceable crankshaft to fit "Wishfulls" Yam 90 at a sensible price ? needed ASAP as still need to do some testing before Plymouth
through me over the s/n and i will see what i can do down here
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i got a good crank sat here on the shelf
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Old 13-06-2009, 03:48 PM   #4
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thanks Stuart for the offer of the crank but.... just before i send Alison off to Florida on my air miles with my wallet on a parts run and commit to a full rebuild is there anyone out there with a good powerhead or a reccomendation of anywhere for a recon unit over here or europe
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Help !!

I'm hoping somebody can identify the problem here as i am baffled

i have checked the part numbers for all "90" crankshafts from 1984 - 2006 and they all seem to be the same part number ( 688-11411-01-00 ) but the replacement crank i have is different to my origional, seems and measures identical apart from the bottom (pictured) where the seal is located, neither cranks seem to have any identifying numbers, I origionally thought that one was autolube and the other was not but that is not the case

Any ideas ? .......

1: origional
2: origional
3: replacement
4 replacement
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Is that rust on the inner bearing race in pic 4?
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all the bearings will be replaced anyway so not to worried, the journals have been well protected with wax during storage, but the big problem is the bottom mail oil seal dosen't reach the crank ...
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Block Part No's Identical ? A stewpot senior is a good source of info

And I thought it was just us ladies that waxed .............
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Old 15-06-2009, 11:47 PM   #9
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If I remember when Kerry & I started dating there was a 85 Yamaha on one of the boats we went out in is that different to a 90.
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There is a Yam 85 on ebay 250445186672

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If I remember when Kerry & I started dating there was a 85 Yamaha on one of the boats we went out in is that different to a 90.
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no if I recall more like a Phantom
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Never owned a Yam let alone an 85 or 90.

Now if it was a 1960s chrysler 55 with points under the flywheel I could offer some useful advice
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I've found these people to be pretty helpful.... http://www.yamaha-rebuild.com/
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Never owned a Yam let alone an 85 or 90.

Now if it was a 1960s chrysler 55 with points under the flywheel I could offer some useful advice
Autoelectric?? What a series of motors eh.

Always fancied of these. They had one on display at Eastwoods in Walton on Thames way back when.
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Autoelectric?? What a series of motors eh.

Always fancied of these. They had one on display at Eastwoods in Walton on Thames way back when.
yup autoelectric bolted to the back of a plancraft stingray. What an awesome boat or is my memory somewhat addled

Shall we start a seperate thread where we can all embarass ourselves by owning up to their first boats?
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Get it on here

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then we can discuss how much better mine was than yours for having the extra 5hp
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anyone had any dealings with http://www.powerheadkit.com ... just checking before i commit to the order ... mixed opinions on scream and fly but they were 2yr old threads ?
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