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    sticker removal,,,uggggg

    whats the best way to get theese damn stickers off...i bought all new stickers for my pro1200...wow it was all my pressure washer could do to gettem off...gotta b an easier way...havent been on site in awhile...it about that time tho..thanks alot


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    3M eraser wheel. Buy it from an auto body supply shop. Around 40 bucks. Chuck it in your drill and it rubs them off, adhesive and all. Don't run the drill too fast or you will burn the paint though. Best thing out there for this.


    http://compare.ebay.com/like/1906600...Types&var=sbar

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    great!!thanks ill get one tommorow..also,,i have a three step polishing kit...can i useauto body filler in a small spot on front hatch then paint it? loaned my ski to a buddy last summer and he ran it up under a dock...grrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    3M eraser wheel. Buy it from an auto body supply shop. Around 40 bucks. Chuck it in your drill and it rubs them off, adhesive and all. Don't run the drill too fast or you will burn the paint though. Best thing out there for this.


    http://compare.ebay.com/like/1906600...Types&var=sbar
    YUP..... can't beat 'em. Easiest way to do it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinklerguy669 View Post
    great!!thanks ill get one tommorow..also,,i have a three step polishing kit...can i useauto body filler in a small spot on front hatch then paint it? loaned my ski to a buddy last summer and he ran it up under a dock...grrrr

    What ski is it on? Polyester will not stick to SMC. If it is a Fiberglass hull you can use any filler you want. To be safe, epoxy would be best.

    This might help you as well......

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post1881641


    Part numbers for the matching paint. The only thing is, if you get the spray cans, they make you buy two at a time. I bought two from partspitstop and they were around 12 bucks a piece.

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    its on the pro1200..its on the front hatch right at bottom...

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    Thanks for the info

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    Best way to remove your stickers is a heat gun btw...Takes all of 20 minutes to remove all the stickers from your ski.

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