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    Broke Nozzle Joint Ball on GP800 - Any DIY fixes?

    So i got a little rough trying to disconnect the ball joint that connects the steering cable to the nozzle, looks like this:Click image for larger version. 

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    Basically stripped the threads and bent it a little. Any quick DIY fixes? Anyone have one they want to sell?


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    that is one of those parts you don`t want to fail while underway... just replace it with new...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    that is one of those parts you don`t want to fail while underway... just replace it with new...
    +1 you do not want to take a chance with the steering not working.

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    Solid advice, thanks guys. Prospect of losing steering a mile off shore scares me a bit.....I'll cough up the $40

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