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    Hole filling

    I'm new at ski's my 07 GP1300R is my first one i know filling the holes in the sponsons and ride plate helps but what do you use to fill them and instructions plz post bak


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    I used JB Weld to fill the ride plate and pump shoe. I also used 5200 to fill trim tabs and sponson holes.

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    theres tons of posts on this stuff,,, just use the search button

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDH View Post
    theres tons of posts on this stuff,,, just use the search button
    View this thread it will help in your quest
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=41872

    Welcome to the Hulk!! Home of some of the fastest GPR's on the Planet

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    View this thread it will help in your quest
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=41872

    Welcome to the Hulk!! Home of some of the fastest GPR's on the Planet
    That thread helped to keep me from being annoying if nothing else

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    I used Peanut butter, it seemed to do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboy View Post
    I used Peanut butter, it seemed to do the trick.

    Thats total BS!! I tried it because you recommend peanut butter flyboy, but it keeps falling out of hole. At your suggestion, I have tried JIF , PETER PAN and even EXTRA CRUNCHY and nothing holds very well.

    Ignore flyboy on this suggestion... jbweld holds better and its what i use

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    Quote Originally Posted by andygpr748 View Post
    I used JB Weld to fill the ride plate and pump shoe. I also used 5200 to fill trim tabs and sponson holes.
    I would not use JB Weld - seems that would be too hard to remove when you need to take off the ride plate, which will be often.

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    QUIKPLASTIC OR GOOD OLd SILICONE WORKS GREAT......easy to remove also......IMO

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