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    worst job ever! Is there a better way?

    I just finished replacing the clutch in my GPRSHO last night. I have never had a more frustrating job. It's so simple to do but inside the GPR hull it's nuts. My left arm is full off bruises. Is there an easier way to do this job!


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    Pay someone

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    I tried! lol.

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    there is no easy way, besides pulling the motor

    the hardest part is scraping off all the old gasket material

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2jim View Post
    I just finished replacing the clutch in my GPRSHO last night. I have never had a more frustrating job. It's so simple to do but inside the GPR hull it's nuts. My left arm is full off bruises. Is there an easier way to do this job!
    quit tugging on it!!!!

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    more practice !!!!! it will all come together . . .but yes scrapping the old gasket is the worst of it. . .

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    that why i run a seadoo motor want to buy one jim

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    IMO only takes a few extra minutes to pull the motor and makes the job 10 times easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iron head View Post
    that why i run a seadoo motor want to buy one jim
    No thanks Gord. I love my SHO motor. You would too if you tried mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    IMO only takes a few extra minutes to pull the motor and makes the job 10 times easier.
    That's exactly what I thought.

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