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    David 1 FAST VE's Avatar
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    Broken Part Found In Hull HELP!

    While looking over a few things I found a brass looking stud broken with a nylon insert type nut laying in the bottom of the hull.


    Can anyone tell me where or what it came from???
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    Looks like a sensor you probably have a wire hanging somewhere.

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    Not for sure what a brass stud would be used for? Look at all of the grounding wires to the engine.

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    Ck the front oil sensor. Have you had the motor out lately?
    Is this from an RXP? Seems like a trivia game.

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    what size wrench fits the nut?

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    its a sponson stud im betting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    its a sponson stud im bettin
    as soon as u said it, i knew u hit the nail on the head... that's what it's gotta be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    as soon as u said it, i knew u hit the nail on the head... that's what it's gotta be
    YAY!! im the big winner! ...oh wait, this aint a contest

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    its a sponson stud im betting.
    And I bet its an aft one (unless the ski made an inadvertent, yet abrupt impact with a foreign object... then it could be any one of them).
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    Well it looks like I get to pull the sponsons off

    I did notice a set spot in that area lat year.

    Is this the back of the insert you think?

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