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I need a Keyway?? for Johnson 45 late 1960's model 7 months 6 days ago #139240

I was told it is called a keyway. I little metal piece that wedges the flywheel to the shaft, in getting the flywheel off it must have flipped into my gravel driveway. I'm new to all this.
can I buy one at a parts store ??? any suggestions???

thanks

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I need a Keyway?? for Johnson 45 late 1960's model 7 months 6 days ago #139242

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The part you need is called the Flywheel Key. You can look up parts for your motor here, just plug in the model number:

www.marineengine.com/parts/parts.php

HTH.............ed

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I need a Keyway?? for Johnson 45 late 1960's model 7 months 4 days ago #139257

ok I did get the part ordered on that web site. thanks much for the info.

I know nothing about boats or boating. But what usually happens with things ,
now that I bought a new one I will find the original one in the gravel driveway at some point when i least expect it. lol

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joecffv@aol.com wrote: ok I did get the part ordered on that web site. thanks much for the info.

I know nothing about boats or boating. But what usually happens with things ,
now that I bought a new one I will find the original one in the gravel driveway at some point when i least expect it. lol


Yes, it's amazing how those danged engine parts jump right into the gravel, never to be seen again!

I finally got a concrete driveway poured where I do my boat/motor work, and I found all manner of missing bits and pieces when I was prepping for the pour.

"So THAT'S where it went !!?"

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