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    Broke

    How do I fix this! Click image for larger version. 

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    jam a big flat head screwdriver in there and twist the existing threads out. then replace it with a billet aluminum one. Just did one yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGG View Post
    jam a big flat head screwdriver in there and twist the existing threads out. then replace it with a billet aluminum one. Just did one yesterday
    Where do I get this piece at and how do I get it off the rid?

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    Rod

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    Anyone? Where can I get the piece to fix this and how do I, anything special I need?

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    Anyone? Where can I get the piece to fix this and how do I, anything special I need?

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    Get one of these instead of the plastic replacement from the dealer.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SEADOO-RXP-R...81097c&vxp=mtr

    Remove the bolt holding the end of the rod to the reverse bucket remove the end of the cable, count how many turns to remove then you can reinstall the same amount, remove the rubber boot on the rod and remove the broken nut. Next you have to remove the broken part that is threaded into the pump shoe. Put everything back together with the new billet nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck View Post
    While your at it you might as well get 2 as the steering cable one is plastic too and can eventually break..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by canuck View Post
    While your at it you might as well get 2 as the steering cable one is plastic too and can eventually break..
    Shoulda chimed in earlier! Ordered one this morning for the Reverse. But thanks for the info, ill be ordering a second.

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    Ok, guys. I got my new nut in today.

    Only thing is, im not 100 Percent sure how to or how i am gonna remove the old threads that are broke off inside.

    Any insight would be greatly Appreciated! Thanks

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