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    Riva Nozzle with interchangeable rings how are you bolting or set screwing the ring.

    Been searching and no luck on good pictures. Riva nozzle with interchangeable rings how are you bolting or set screwing the rings so they do not come out? Thanks.


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    There are small grub screws that you tighten onto the ring once they are in the nozzle. There is definately two....one on either side of the nozzle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heckie View Post
    There are small grub screws that you tighten onto the ring once they are in the nozzle.
    Thanks. I know guys that were going fast were using screws I think instead of the factory set screws because they were coming out at high speeds.

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    on my ski i drilled threw the ring,then used a small headed screw and from the inside of the nozzle i pushed it outward and use a small nylon lock nut on the outside to secure it...

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    Thanks snowman. Did you use 3 or 4 screws?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    Thanks snowman. Did you use 3 or 4 screws?
    3....1 on each side were the set screws went,and 1 up on top in the center...

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    Thank you.

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    I actually bought a drill and tap I threaded the rings. I used my old holes that stripped out in the nozzle cast material. I used an allen head stainless screws and installed them from the nozzle side threading into the ring has worked great just another solution

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    There is enough material in the rings to do it that way?


    Quote Originally Posted by Treemn View Post
    I actually bought a drill and tap I threaded the rings. I used my old holes that stripped out in the nozzle cast material. I used an allen head stainless screws and installed them from the nozzle side threading into the ring has worked great just another solution

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