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Old 07-04-2009, 08:46 PM   #1
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Yamaha bits needed...

Hi all,

Would anyone have any of the following, either new or 2nd hand...
I'm happy for anyone to reply on here, PM me, or my number is 07781 122363.

1 x temp sensor
2 x shift rods
1 x set of outer seals for tilt & trim rams
2 x sets of lower cowling bushes
1 x (pref stainless) steering tube, with nuts + washer
1 x grommet for where tilt wiring goes into cowling
1 x tilt sensor
2 x pins for top of main tilt ram & plastic bushes

Sorry for the rubbish descriptions, i don't know of anywhere where i can find the part numbers!

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Old 07-04-2009, 08:56 PM   #2
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Old 07-04-2009, 09:08 PM   #3
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Ha ha, it's more of a passion (or possibly just a dream!) really, gotta aim for something eh!

I'm not going to be beating anything without the above bits though!!

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i wouldnt worry about it too much I gave the boat a good hard looking at tonight and realised how much we need to do
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i wouldnt worry about it too much I gave the boat a good hard looking at tonight and realised how much we need to do
Let me assure you, it needs FAR less work than mine, i'd put money on that!!
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Hi all,

Would anyone have any of the following, either new or 2nd hand...
I'm happy for anyone to reply on here, PM me, or my number is 07781 122363.

1 x temp sensor Sensor or switch i have both
2 x shift rods Long/Short?? I prob have Long
1 x set of outer seals for tilt & trim rams Get new from yam dealer2 x sets of lower cowling bushes Same as above
1 x (pref stainless) steering tube, with nuts + washer They only make the std one, worth getting new1 x grommet for where tilt wiring goes into cowling as above
1 x tilt sensor these always fail as above
2 x pins for top of main tilt ram & plastic bushes Yamaha ones are crap have them made
Sorry for the rubbish descriptions, i don't know of anywhere where i can find the part numbers!
Ring 01326 373 438 ask to speak to Robin, and give serial and model no. inc small id letter on plate...bingo!
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Hi,

Well i just got a price for it all from yamaha today, it came to £700!!!

in reply to above, it's deffo the temp sensor, 20" leg for the gear shifters.
The seals and grommets cost a small fortune, the tilt sensor was £140!!! Wish i'd kept my stainless marine one now!
Yeah, i could get the pins made.

God i didn't expect it to be this expensive, it's only a few bits!

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i have a tilt sensor from 115 v4, bought it for 150euro new never used.

u can have it for 50 euros if it fits.

have a steering rod to
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Thanks for the offer, got it all sorted in the end, I just need to get round to putting her up for sale properly now!

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