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    1995 Waveraider- adding a igntion key or switch to prevent it being stolen

    Hello just picked up a 95 raider with a 100 hours on it. appears to be in nice condition 145 psi in each cylinder

    My question is ( I tried searching) maybe I am not searching properly.)

    is there a way to add an ignition key or a toggle switch inside engine compartment so the ski doesn't get stolen if left at the dock ? if I add a switch that needs closed in addition to the current key. Wondering have people done either of these ideas and if so can you point me in a direction on the parts.

    thanks in advance.
    ryan

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    Re: 1995 Waveraider- adding a igntion key or switch to prevent it being stolen

    They make a lock that goes right over the start stop switch. We have one somewhere at the lake house ill see if i can find. But honestly you would be better off with a cable lock. If someone wants the ski they will tow it away.

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    Re: 1995 Waveraider- adding a igntion key or switch to prevent it being stolen

    What he said^ Or keep a screw driver in it and unhook the ground from the battery.
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    Re: 1995 Waveraider- adding a igntion key or switch to prevent it being stolen

    thanks guys appreciated

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