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    When can I sand the rite stuff?

    My epoxy is still a little wet and the ski has Togo into the shop tomorrow for a week or so..... Can I sand down the holes on my ride plate when I get the ski back? Or an I better off sanding it while it's still a little mushy?


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    wait till its fully dry

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    You used right stuff to fill your ride plate holes?

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    What's it going in for?

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    Right stuff isn't sandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STUNNA View Post
    What's it going in for?
    It's going in to have the wiring harness replaced and hopefully that'll be the end of this crap lol

    The holes look nice minus a couple imperfections on two of the holes closest to the trailer... Maybe those ones will fly out when I take it for a ride.. What would happen if I try to sand it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    Right stuff isn't sandable.
    That stuff never gets hard or sets up. It stays rubbery. Most everyone uses water weld for ride plate holes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    That stuff never gets hard or sets up. It stays rubbery. Most everyone uses water weld for ride plate holes.


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    ahh i was following a older thread from a few years back where everyone was ranting and raving about the right stuff for ride plate holes lol... good thing i had the stuff sitting in my garage and didnt go out and buy it lol

    guess itll be a sinch to get it out and start over lmao..

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    You use rightstuff to seal the ride plate to the hull.

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    i used right stuff for my plate holes and they were fine for 72 hours until i removed them to pull the plate. just use a razor blade to cut it flush...

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