View Poll Results: HOW DID YOU TRUE YOUR HULL???

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  • nothing removed sitting normal on trailer

    5 45.45%
  • empty hull sitting on trailer

    0 0%
  • empty hull upside down (on work horses ect)

    5 45.45%
  • loaded hull (minus fluids) upside down (on work horses ect.)

    1 9.09%
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    100 MILES OF HEAVEN AND I AM SMACK IN THE MIDDLE KEYZBUM's Avatar
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    Trueing Hulls ???

    OK the polaris guy has a noooby yami ?
    who has trued there hulls on the trailer from the bottom?
    who did it by flipping there empty hull??
    I was under the impression you want all the weight out and the hull upside down???
    thanks all
    mattman


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    10L of Fuel and oil still in, removed from trailer and put on the side sanded half, turned over the other side, sanded other half and rolled back on the trailer. 2.5 hours in total. Went down the river and went riding.

    Also measured ride plate angles etc all while it was on its side.





    Last edited by Autosport; 05-01-2008 at 04:35 AM.

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    I did mine like autosport.....

    Should add to the pole... laying on side , low fluids still in ski...

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    I did one like autosport and 2 empty, upside down on horses. That is the way to go. read this Matt. http://www.extremeteamracing.com/97-99GP1200.htm

    Courtesy of resident guru pistonwash

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    Leo will do it for you at a reasonable price. Give him a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUNWME View Post

    Should add to the pole... laying on side , low fluids still in ski...
    I was just thinking more people would post on a poll than make a "post"
    i almost made it just right side-up or up-side down

    Quote Originally Posted by addicted View Post
    I did one like autosport and 2 empty, upside down on horses. That is the way to go. read this Matt. http://www.extremeteamracing.com/97-99GP1200.htm

    Courtesy of resident guru pistonwash
    I think i found that and read it a while ago ,,,and 1 from group-k maybe??
    and in the last few weeks have read and seen a few hulls get trued but in differtent ways
    I wanted to get a idea of witch way everyone was trying
    THANKS ALL ---KEEEP IT COMING
    mattman

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    I did mine under the ski on a creeper with the ski pulled back on the trailer. Not the easiest way to do it but effective.

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    pics of my hull are in my build thread in the conversion section

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