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    Need to Replace Side View Mirror Assembly - 2007 SeaDoo RXT

    Just bought this Seadoo and wanted to replace the right-side (starboard) Mirror Housing........it has some pretty good dings in it. I have the new OEM housing on-hand. Does anyone have a any tricks for getting to the bolts on the underside of the Storage Compartment "Hood". How much of the black "framing" do I need to remove.....what do I need to remove to get to it? Cheers.....Jimmic2


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    Take the gauge out. You can get to the bolts from there.

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    Grassy-Ass......I will give it a shot!!!

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    A smart admits!A wicked excuses!An idiot insists! mitsakosgt's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8 is enough View Post
    Take the gauge out. You can get to the bolts from there.
    Yep Mike is right.You can get to the bolts from there easily.

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    Dumb question......how do I get the gauge cluster out? Do I need to remove the black "gauge canopy"? Then remove the gauge cluster? I dont want to force anything......are there any screws or are they both just "clipped" in? Thx.....

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