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    GPR Quick Questions

    Sorry for making another thread about some topics that have probably been answered before but still don't have some clear answers and don't want to revive 3 different threads.

    Question 1: I was removing the mats today, and side mats came off nicely and the back ones are chucking.. What can I do here?

    Question 2: What can I remove the glue with?

    Question 3: I was removing the pump for a pump rebuild. I removed the 4 bolts and I have the first section off but the second section looks cought on the bearing.. Any ideas?

    Question 4: Anything I should do before taking it out next week other then changing the spark plugs? Ski has roughly 160hrs on it. Running pre-mix no cat. converter and have a brand new top end with 5hrs on it.


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    Heat mats up and use goo gone and scrub brush to remove adhesive

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    Hmm I am heating the mats up and get chunks..

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    How are you heating thm up

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    Man that glue sucks and goo gone is the way to go. just wish there was something to absorb the sticky mess after the goo gone softens the glue to slime. got a customers ski in the shop wright now with the mats stripped off and the pump out of it sealing the pump shoe. thinking of spraying it again tomorrow with GG and after it slimes over sprinkling flower over it to soak up the slime LOL.

    What bearing are you talking about.

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    I'm using a heat gun. The bearing is located in the second section of the pump ill post a picture tomorrow.

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    If they're dry rotted then will be a bitch

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    It's seeming that way I've had no luck with the ski yet

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    I am going to assume that you are talking about the stater. the stater,prop, drive shaft all come out together. if you haven't pulled the ride plate go ahead and remove it so you can get a pry bar-screwdriver in the tabs.

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    Is there anything special I have to do with the driveshaft? Ride plate has been pulled

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