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    holes in ride plate

    i am geussing those holes you are talking about are the ones that hold the ride plate on. can i use silicone and putty them smooth what should i expect.


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    Silicone wont stay in the holes. Most use epoxy but cover the bolt heads first with duct tape to keep the epoxy off them. you could expect .5 mph or more.

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    I used JB weld in the stick.... I did not do the duct tape thingy but on the yami I just used a hammer & screw driver and got it all cleaned out.

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    cool thanks

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