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    Grate trued to rideplate

    This is what it should look like. Also notice how the rideplate bolt holes have been filled in



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    and this is a good way to get to the bottom of your ski




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    looking good!

    1 small suggestion tho. Please get something under that ski in case those two small pins in your clamps on the ski rungs give away. We all know you spent heaps of time under there today staring upwards and smiling.

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    I think you should be lifting it from the rubrail, at least that's how it's lifted if you buy the offical sea doo ski lift.

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    Nice work Jerry! Not to mention that your shop also looks nice. Wish I had one like that.

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    Yeah, nice shop. But where's Dexter

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    Don't worry guys I propped a couple of 2x4's under the rubrails before i climbed underneath.

    Dexter? I had to lock him up in the kennel because while i was laying on my back he kept sneaking in and licking my legs. LOL!

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    Oh, a tip for filling in the bolt holes on your rideplate.

    Take some small rope and jam it around the bolt head. Then fill it in. In the event you need to remove the rideplate you just chisel out the filler and pull the rope out and your bolt heads are nice and clean

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    Ah, Fountain tricks. Will we run 79 if we do that?

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    Green,

    Great info! Do we need to remove the paint from the rideplate as you have done? Thanks!

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