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    Little Video I made on Removing the Upper Deck on the Spark

    Not the best video. I will try and do a better one later. Just hope to maybe help a few people that are still unsure on taking it off. Its Super Easy now that I did it.



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    Thanks!!! Since I have No help I,m thinking strap under front and back and hoist evenly and little by little (Front then Back) in the garage, then push trailer outside to work


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    This looks like it would be a lot of fun to do out on the water in a pinch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwtony View Post
    This looks like it would be a lot of fun to do out on the water in a pinch.
    I have 1000+ hours on my Doo's since I entered the sport in 2008. I have NEVER had to do anything inside any of the skis "in a pinch", LOL! Other than some exploded 2007 SC's (not fixing those 'in a pinch', no one I have ever rode with has ever had a problem they did not cause themselves. No mods, no worries.

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    I followed you video-Thanks- But I can,t get the electrical connector off. I pull the red tab out and push on the small red piece in the middle BUT nothing happens??

    I did find I could just connect alligator clips from my maintainer to the battery posts if you just want to put them on for 3-4 hours every couple weeks- Just make the connections - Positive first then negative and THEN plug in the maintainer.

    Might just wait till Fall to take the top off if I can,t get the connector off?

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    i have done many pinches on the water with my seadoos. im not worried. it will be fun to take off on your own. it will bring me back to my cj7 days removing the hard top by myself.

    challenge accepted

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    What red tab on the connector? LOL



    Good video.

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    I says to pull out the Red Tab Forward- Then press in on the small red part to disconnect?

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    What I'm saying is.... I've never seen a red tab on any spark

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    Quote Originally Posted by GasResearch-VT.SE View Post
    What I'm saying is.... I've never seen a red tab on any spark
    1.33 in the above video. ???????

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