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    You wouldn't believe the salt and crud once I removed the knob. However
    the nut seems to be frozen on the shaft. Is it plastic on what type of
    male tube? plastic or metal? I may have to dremel the nut off.


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    The nut is plastic. You may try some PB Blaster, it is the best penetrant. Slat water plays havoc on pot metal parts, for sure. Good luck!

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    I am having major problems getting the first screw out of my selector switch. I have put wd40 on it, but can only turn it about 90 degrees. The phillips head is starting to strip. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmc1818 View Post
    I am having major problems getting the first screw out of my selector switch. I have put wd40 on it, but can only turn it about 90 degrees. The phillips head is starting to strip. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Buy some PB Blaster. Does wonders over WD 40.

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    im planning on doing this to my 99 gsxl 951 in the next day or 2 so can any specify what size line i need and how much
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by water worx View Post
    The proper size for 951 skis is 5/16 not 3/8.

    Also the 97 XP & the 98-99 SPX also used 5/16 fuel line for delivery side & 1/4 inch on return line & line on carbs.

    All other skis use 1/4 fuel line.

    Tempo fuel line was used on all skis from 1994 thru 2002.
    I know its a tedious task, but by reading through EVERY post, you get a much broader perspective on your particuliar problem!
    All these great individuals put time & effort into posting...take some time & effort into reading them.
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    i did read it the 1st post states a different size then what u copied so who is right?? thats all i was asking no need for the !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyGtiSe View Post
    i did read it the 1st post states a different size then what u copied so who is right?? thats all i was asking no need for the !!
    Yours is 5/16", as is all 98 & up two strokes.

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    thank you for the clarifaction

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    When cleaning the carbs, are there any gaskets that need to be replaced? Or can I just take them apart, clean them, and reassemble?

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