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I'm hoping some of the veterans of this board might have some ideas on two items.

I've been looking everywhere for a replacement instrument panel for the Yanmar 2GM15, Type B. One too many passengers stepped on the engine stop knob (which was already bent) and broke the panel. Not serious, but I would like to replace it. Anyone have a thought?

Second, I've been keeping the Ship's Log that came with the owner's manual - six-ring loose leaf, 9" x 6" card stock pages - and I'm running out of space. Anyone know if there's a way to get additional pages, even if not identical?

Contact me off-line if you prefer, at two.onoak@verizon.net. Thanks in advance for any ideas.

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Others will be along with other sources, but this site likely has the stop cable: http://www.marinedieseldirect.com/yanmar/shopping/

I've gotten one from my local Yanmar mechanic. It is just one of the items that he stocks.
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Mack Boring is another source for yanmar accessories.

www.mackboring.com

any of the authrised yanmar dealers can get the parts. no big deal.
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I had the same thing happen for the same reason. There was enough of the cable end still sticking out to cut some additional threads on and put a different type of knob on that didnt' get bashed up so much. I then had to adjust the cable on the engine for the change in travel.
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panelec sells replacement engine panels. Australia, but in this modern world I wouldn't hesitate to buy something as long as the price including shipping was right.
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