need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

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need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

Post by GAVIN H » Tue Feb 23 2021 15:39

Does anyone know a parts company that would do me a replacement mounting bolt off the intake of a Yam FT50 CET outboard, think its 2005. Thanks lads.

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Re: need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

Post by Cyprio » Tue Feb 23 2021 17:03

This any help for schematic Gav.
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Marine-Tech in norfolk or try these guys.
Sure Paul AKA Cod might help later. :thumbs:
https://www.bhg-marine.co.uk/yamaha-out ... -234-c.asp
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Re: need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

Post by GAVIN H » Tue Feb 23 2021 20:18

Cyprio wrote:
This any help for schematic Gav.
25B6E09A-D6D0-42D6-944B-82A00A2D8874.png
840DBBED-049D-43AA-8C39-CEE941E2E93B.png
Marine-Tech in norfolk or try these guys.
Sure Paul AKA Cod might help later. :thumbs:
https://www.bhg-marine.co.uk/yamaha-out ... -234-c.asp
Cheers mate, :thumbs:

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Re: need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

Post by Cod » Tue Feb 23 2021 20:39

There are three Yamaha UK dealers that I use and recommend, they are the two Andy has suggested, plus bottomlinemarine.com.

At the moment the waiting time for outboard parts is very high, my advice would be to contact the above and ask if they have the part in stock.

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Re: need an intake bolt Yamaha FT 50

Post by GAVIN H » Tue Feb 23 2021 22:02

Cod wrote:
There are three Yamaha UK dealers that I use and recommend, they are the two Andy has suggested, plus bottomlinemarine.com.

At the moment the waiting time for outboard parts is very high, my advice would be to contact the above and ask if they have the part in stock.

PB
Thanks mate :thumbs:

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