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    Easy prop removal at water...

    Here is how I switch props at river.

    Put driveshaft tool and prop tool on shaft. Put pipe wrench on driveshaft tool and slowly drive car right on end of pipe wrench. No slipping, jackstands or welding required.

    Just another way to build a mousetrap
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    Haha!! Nice!! We would have a helluva time trying to get props off with one guy standing on the wrench doing a balancing act & tearing up schit..

    Good idea!

    For seadoo here's how I doo it at the water without a vise.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=21314

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    ...and make sure you are pushing the pipe AWAY from the vehicle, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou812 View Post
    For seadoo here's how I doo it at the water without a vise.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=21314
    Like I would CARE about how to work on a SEADOO! My only contact with seadoos is towing them back to the dock
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    haha just joking... shhhhhh Mike Smiths RXP showed me how fast a seadoo can run a few weeks ago....Never before sat on it, and while he was backing his trailer into the water to load up, I took it for a spin. 80mph like a rocket

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    I added this to my trailer comes in handy for several things including prop removal.
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