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    Question Popping S/C off

    Had a hell of a time gettin J Pipe clamp off finally got that off with alot of advice and 4 days of frustration....Got all 3 bolts off for S/C removal and damn thing doesnt want to come off...Pulling on it with all my might and shaking whole ski and trailer...Is there any easier way or is it just tight on there from factory? maybe pry it off somehow??? anything I should know


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    you do have the 3 bolts off that go to the block off and not housing bolts? If so just a lil elbow grease should get it off.

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    Correct the bolts to the block are off...not housing...they just dont want to budge....guess ill work at it more...just didnt know if anything else i need to know

    thanks

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    yeah if you got them 3 off you are good to go... just pull and wiggle it.....

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    IF you can turn it from side to side a little, then you know you have the three bolts out. You can then use a pry bar and carefully pop it out.

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    yea it spins like but i guess i just gotta pry it gently....ill get it...
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    -Rob

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    Maybe tap it with a rubber mallet?

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    use the handle from a hammer and gently pry it from top then the bottom. once its loose just twist it around a little as you pull on it

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    Just curious, how old is your ski, Rob?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    Just curious, how old is your ski, Rob?

    That's Funny.

    Damn Rob..... What the hell is up with this ski?

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