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    "Project Midnight" Another 01 SLX back from the dead!

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    Hood repair....Strip, clean, straighten, wet it, fill, sand, Next up....Paint!


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    Gel coat repair,Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	320734 Couple of chips to deal with, I'm using West System 105 resin, 205 hardener, 407 fairing filler & black pigment I had left over from a repair kit. first coat looks like a good match. I'll hit it again today if I can get it warm enough in the shop.

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    Keep us updated with plenty of pics.

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    Awesome!! Can't wait to see the ski.

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    Forgot to add the story behind the ski....
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...polaris+decals

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ID:	320792MMMMMM....... Peanut

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    Looks like the inside may never be pretty again. I think the fuel tank dropped it's contents in the bilge, or the battery, & the surface is rough & oil soaked now so I doubt it will hold paint.

    If anyone has suggestions I'm open, otherwise I'm sure its going to look great @60mph!
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    Anyone have any feedback on these cranks?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polaris-SL12...073ac5&vxp=mtr

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    Hmmmm... SBT Warranty Policy:

    All warranty claims must be furnished to SBT, in writing, within a period of fourteen (14) days from Buyer's discovery of any defect or problem covered herein or must be reported to SBT, via telephone, with the issuance of a specific RGA number. Telephonic notice shall not be effective unless an authorization number is issued by SBT. From the date of notice to SBT, the Buyer must return the defective unit within thirty (30) days to SBT postage prepaid otherwise, all warranties hereunder are null and void. SBT assumes no liability for product returned to the factory without prior written approval. An approved warranty must arrive at SBT, properly marked with the SBT issued RGA number on the box and on any paperwork enclosed. The product must arrive including only the original parts supplied by SBT with the original purchase. SBT is not responsible for any extra parts left on your engine or crankshaft. Any parts left on your warranty will be discarded by SBT.

    PWC Engine warranty policy:

    All warranty claims must be furnished to PWC Engine, Inc., in writing, within a period of
    fourteen (14) days from Bu
    yer's discovery of any defect or problem covered herein or must be
    reported to PWC Engine
    , Inc., via telephone, with the issuance of a specific RGA number.
    Telephonic notice shall not be effective unless an authorization number is issued by PWC
    Engine
    , Inc .. From the date of notice to PWC Engine, Inc., the Buyer must return the defective
    unit within thirty (30) days to PWC Engine
    , Inc. postage prepaid otherwise, all warranties
    hereunder are null and
    void. PWC Engine, Inc. assumes no liability for product returned to the
    factor
    y without prior written approval. An approved warranty must arrive at PWC Engine, Inc.,
    properly marked with the PWC Engine, Inc. issued RGA number on the box and on any
    paperwork enclosed. The product must arrive including only the original parts supplied by PWC
    Engine
    , Inc. with the original purchase. PWC Engine, Inc. is not responsible for any extra parts
    left on your engine or crankshaft
    . Any parts left on your warranty engine can or will be discarded
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    y PWC Engine, Inc ..

    Curious.

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    WOW! That's almost note for note! They must have the same lawyer!

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