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    Will work on YOUR ski for FREE! GeoRXT's Avatar
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    How to install wedge?

    I bought a wedge and need to know how to install it. i was told it was easy but just wanted to know how-to. Any good write-up on it with pics or something I could look at?

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    You can find directions here
    http://www.rivayamaha.com/instructions.asp

    This is for the wedge
    http://www.rivayamaha.com/Instructions/rs23050.pdf

    No much you can do to go wrong.

    Just make sure to use blue loctite when you put the bolts back in place.

    Basically you take of the reverse connection (left), steering connection (right).
    Remove the steering venturi. Put on the wedge with some silicone (some don't use the silicone , I think it helps hold it on while you place back the steering venturi.

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    Thanks

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    GeoRXT,

    Kinchyle is right, once you've started you'll realize how easy it is. One more note... the steering and reverse gate cables will need to be adjusted afterward. It may take a couple of attempts before you get the handle bars straight.

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05Limited
    GeoRXT,

    Kinchyle is right, once you've started you'll realize how easy it is. One more note... the steering and reverse gate cables will need to be adjusted afterward. It may take a couple of attempts before you get the handle bars straight.

    Jeff
    Forgot about that, check the Technical section in the Forum and see the "adjust steering". If you have to screw to much out you might want to let some out of the steering to be safe.

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    What do I need to adjust to have the reverse latch completely flat were it has to be?

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    The reverse adjustmemt on mine let out far enough by just screwing it out but on the steering side I used an extension piece. I think you may be able to let out a little on the other end I just didn't want to mess with that in case I took wedge off.It s very simple to install though just remove venturi nozzle an put it on should have come with two longer bolts to put on wide side of wedge.

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    Geo,
    Nice work on the reverse bucket. I still have to do mine; install of the wedge was easy until I forgot to install the pump brace that goes on the 03 GTX.

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    If you still have the plastic pump it needs this brace but if you have the aluminum pump or put one in later this brace is not necessary.

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