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markanddi
Jul-06-2019 @ 4:44 PM                           Permalink
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Hi,
Can anyone recommend where we can get a spare ignition key for our boat please? We live in Neatishead.
Many thanks

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If its an oldish diesel engine all ignition keys were the same and had the advantage of fitting most tractors as well.Can be bought from any locksmith for a couple of pounds as they don't need cutting.

Modern ones are not much better   we got a spare for our nanni from peachments who supplied the engine. At t h e time I was told most nanni ignition keys are the same.

Hope  that helps.

Graham

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Jul-06-2019 @ 6:20 PM                           Permalink
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Worth trying Timsons in Tesco Blue Boar lane as they have a very wide range of keys.


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There's a chap who does key cutting (and shoe repairs) in Roy's, in Hoveton. He's tucked away in one corner of the clothing department, next to the café.

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Suggest you try other than Timpsons! They charge an arm and a leg plus any other part of your body you might part with! I got some from fleabay for buttons. That's the standard old key as mentioned.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PACK-OF-5-UNIVERSAL-TRACTOR-PLANT-JCB-IGNITION-SWITCH-KEY-LUCAS-35670-STYLE/332529801356?hash=item4d6c52188c:g:SvgAAOSwSPBaZ1QZ

Edited for further info.

Trevor



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The hardware store in Brundall also cuts keys.

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Jul-07-2019 @ 3:26 PM                           Permalink
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Tescos in Beccles has a key cutting kiosk outside of the store.

Women dont nag they just
point
things out...



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I have got keys cut for my Tohatsu outboard by AC Leigh in Norwich (St, Benedicts)

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Hi

Try the diy shop on Stalham High Street, good to keep the small independent shops and he is always very helpful too.

John.

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Hi Mark to get a key cut you need a key, or contact engine supplier if you don't have a patton key to cut new from from. or remove ignition switch press the little indent on side of barrel remove key barrel then use a screwdriver to stop/start until new keys arrive, always best to keep a couple of spare keys for when you drop one they all ways go in river or drain cover. John

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