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    38XX Bayliner skeleton key for salon door-gctid396141

    I have a key that I orderered but it does not work on my boat

    it is a Bomar / Pompanette # 9 key

    Part # P2000=87-9

    Here are some photos of it

    If anyone can use this I'd be happy to send it to then for free.

    Attached files [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/699808=29263-photo (3).jpg[/img] [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/699808=29264-photo (4).jpg[/img] [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/699808=29265-photo (5).jpg[/img]

    #2
    If you have not found a key, see my post on 47 key. I think early 47s used the same key as my old 38.
    Started boating 1965
    Bayliners owned: 26 Victoria, 28 Bounty, 32, 38, and 47 since 1996

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      #3
      What is the 3rd picture of?

      I posted this thread a couple years ago. It allows you to identify what key you may need. Keep in mind the lock cassettes when you remove them have a number stamped on them that identifies the key needed. Also, Bomar/Pompanette no longer is offering them and I have not found another place that will but I keep hearing the Bayliner dealers are.

      http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/fo...ght=Pompanette

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        #4
        The third picture is of the # 9 key looking from the end into the key (end elevation) in draftsman's terms. To take that photo I stuck a 5/16" bolt into the hole at the end so I could take the photo with out having my fingers in the pix. So the # 9 key is here for anyone who can use it. I will send it for free anywhere in the USA or Canada

        Collaboration is the KEY. Pardon the pun.

        I have FINALLY after 2 1/2 years solved my key problems thanks to one of the other members who recommended The Brass Works. Thanks to SaZz, I have 3 # 6 keys that actually open the salon door on our 3818. WOOHOO Call SaZz and she might deliver you from evil. [email protected].

        The Brass Works, Inc.

        P.O. Box 566, DeLand, FL 32721

        Tel: (386) 943-8857, Fax: (386) 943-8810

        Cage Code :1EAT4

        www.thebrassworksinc.com

        [email protected]

        Aside from that fact that it was 104 degrees here in Savannah Ga we are VERY happy to have solved the 'KEY PROBLEM'

        Ken

        202 378 4868

        www.ourtardis.net

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          #5
          +1 for SaZz and her shop. She got keys for me last year. Fast, good and cheap, perfect service.
          Yep, my 4588 Bayliner IS my happy place :whistle:

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            #6
            When we got the boat it only had 1 key... Locksmith wanted 30.00 a key and we wanted 2 more keys. Talked to a different locksmith and he said, Bring the lock in and he changed the inside of the lock so you can put ANY SKELETON type of a key in and it will lock the door and un-lock, this cost was 25.00 and other keys were 3.00 each.

            BUCKANEER

            :arr

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              #7
              kwjennings wrote:
              The third picture is of the # 9 key looking from the end into the key (end elevation) in draftsman's terms. To take that photo I stuck a 5/16" bolt into the hole at the end so I could take the photo with out having my fingers in the pix. So the # 9 key is here for anyone who can use it. I will send it for free anywhere in the USA or Canada

              Collaboration is the KEY. Pardon the pun.

              I have FINALLY after 2 1/2 years solved my key problems thanks to one of the other members who recommended The Brass Works. Thanks to SaZz, I have 3 # 6 keys that actually open the salon door on our 3818. WOOHOO Call SaZz and she might deliver you from evil. [email protected].

              The Brass Works, Inc.

              P.O. Box 566, DeLand, FL 32721

              Tel: (386) 943-8857, Fax: (386) 943-8810

              Cage Code :1EAT4

              www.thebrassworksinc.com

              [email protected]

              Aside from that fact that it was 104 degrees here in Savannah Ga we are VERY happy to have solved the 'KEY PROBLEM'

              Ken

              202 378 4868

              www.ourtardis.net
              I just spoke with Chris and she quoted me $9 bucks a key. SOLD. Thanks for the info.
              James
              Kai Nani, Redondo Beach, CA
              1989 MY 3288
              Hino 150hp with Hurth 630A Trannies

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                #8
                kwjennings: I'm getting frustrated trying to find a #9 key for my 2858. I'll gladly take it off your hands if you email me at [email protected] for particulars. Thanks.

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