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I am trying to track down a locking filler cap for my diesel filler. It seems to be a fairly standard type of 2". Can anybody point me in the right direction please.

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Jimbo and Red Rover

Thank you for your help, I will try all avenues.

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If you have a good memory just swap the holding tank and diesel caps over, that should give any syphoning thieving ****** a nice surprise. :naughty::norty:

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Nice one about switching the caps,I would like to be there if they used the old method of syphoning--------Stick tude down filler tube--------Place lips round tube and suck very hard------------when contents reach top of tube and pass lips remove tube and spit out contents --- :o:mrgreen: ---He He He-------Just one thought if fuel was put in waste tank and pity the poor mechanic who had to clean out the injectors etc.---Yuk cheersbar:Stinky

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Hi Cygnet

I saw locking filler caps in Norfolk Marine in Wroxham yesterday afternoon. I didn't notice the price I'm afraid, but they have just managed to get some stock in.

How much of a problem is fuel theft on the Broads? It's not something I've ever considered before, but I guess with prices likethey are now it's getting ever more tempting to said "theiving scrotes"!

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I bought one from Norfolk Marine a couple of weeks ago. They had them manufactured to order. They seem very well engineered. I bought the last of their first batch of 50, but they were expecting more in - and it appears from the above post that they must have arrived. It cost about £50.

Bruce

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Hi

Just found this forum and saw your post about locking fuel caps. I've got two fuelocks on my Sealine and have found them to be excellent. I've got the 1 1/2" BSP fillers, but Fuelock are also about to launch a new 1 1/4" BSP one that fits fillers with 40-42mm fillers. I think price is going to be same too, £34.99 each or 2 for £59.98.

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