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    Old School Never Dies! codemanrose's Avatar
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    Very Depressing...

    The picture explains it all.
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    Oh my Lord...your ski has dandruff? Whats the white stuff all over the ski?

    It was 76 degrees today and the only white stuff we have is sand!

    Are the lakes frozen in Minn right now?

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    Yes, they are completely frozen over, and toped of with about 1 -2 inches of snow that we just got. The lakes will be thawed by end of march - april.

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    WOW!! that is some cold weather...........great time for some FREE mods.................................have you tried taking a heat gun(not a blow dryer) to your side mouldings, it takes out the scratches and makes them almost new again, be easy on the front rubber piece....
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    You mean the plastic parts on the back and side?....I know I have some on the back.....also, I need a new front bumper trim because my is in really tough shape.

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    Yes the side pieces will come out pretty good, and the rear parts near the back, the front is made out of a rubber type stuff ,it doesnt like to much heat........

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    Thanks Bullraider, Im gonna have to try that then.

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    I feel for ya man... I used to live in indiana, ran away from home 15 years ago for that exact reason...Never regretted it either. Went jet skiing on new years eve here, it was 82. It doesnt get any better than that..

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    OK also remove the bilge tube in the nozzle, remove the squirter tube in the nozzle, or if you like it just put a staiinless set screw that is drilled out to still spray but keep more pressure in the pump, open up the left squirter hole to 8mm with a number drill bit that is close or a 8mm drill bit, to allow more water out of the pipe, but the best is to install the Jetworks valve with a dedicated line.it hits hard off of the line.....mill the head for 150 psi, fun things to do.......

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    Your talking about the saftey spout right? Will removing that help me in speed wise? I don't see how it could.

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