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    what to use for remove silicone to come off the bottom of the ski

    what does everybody use to get the silcone off when the mount the ride plate so you don't damage the bottom?


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    I would probably use a razor blade and A LOT of patience. Be carefull and just go over then whole thing. I don't really think that there is anything specific that just "removes" the silicon without damaging the surface beneath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extrememotors View Post
    what does everybody use to get the silcone off when the mount the ride plate so you don't damage the bottom?
    WD-40

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    Best stuff invented

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    When it comes to adhesives any heat will help the removal of it also. Easiest thing to find would be a hair dryer a heat gun would be overkill.

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