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    remove reverse 97 venture 1100

    so my reverse cable finally broke. im trying to make this ski as low maintenance and reliable as possible so switching to premix. to take the reverse off, i remove the bucket and thats it? leave the old cable in or is there a cap to cover the hole for the cable by the pump. what about the reverse lever does it just flop around?


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    yep take off the diverter bucket..the cable you can leave as its not doing anything other than sealing the hull or you could remove it and put its mounting hardwear back thru the hull with a SS bolt, nut & rvt sealling off where the cable jacket was .. the lever you can remove and the hole stopped with a bit of threaded pvc pipe ,nutted on the back and finish caped on the outside..not too ugly and is reversable when you get a cable.. (reverse is a handy item to have..)

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    i do have a brand new reverse cable sitting right here....

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