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    IBR removal

    I need to remove the IBR scoop in order to install the flush kit. Does anyone have the torque specs for when I reassemble the unit? This also looks like it is going to be a serious pain!


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    See here, it's in the how to section...
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=215329

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    I'll have to do this too in the future. I'm not looking forward to it. Should have been standard... Does anyone know if you can push a piece of pipe against the "nozzle" and still be able to flush? Hmm...

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    I always just hold the hose right against the flush point and works fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSWE View Post
    I'll have to do this too in the future. I'm not looking forward to it. Should have been standard... Does anyone know if you can push a piece of pipe against the "nozzle" and still be able to flush? Hmm...
    Will let you know how it goes...Going to rip into it today.

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    Well I finished the flush kit install. All in all it took 4 hours, hardest part was getting the pump back on

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    Did it without removal of ibr. 15 minutes but a lot of patience and luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L View Post
    Did it without removal of ibr. 15 minutes but a lot of patience and luck.
    How did you get the rear hose clamp on along with the two screws that mount into the ride plate? It's not even possible.

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    Ratchet with torx bit ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    Ratchet with torx bit ...
    On mine, there wasn't even enough room for the right side screw to be placed in the hole, the venturi was too close. There was like a quarter inch gap???

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