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    vts plastic nut

    does anyone know what size the plastic nut is that holds the VTS to the hull? also, what did you guys use to remove it, socket perhaps? i cant find one deep enough. thanks in advance.


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    36MM Bro and u have to remove the inner VTS motor and shaft to get to the nut with a socket! good luck!

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    that 20.00 dollar bill looks a lil easier Dave! i just didnt have one! hahahahahaha

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    It does make it an easy job

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    Aye its a life saver! Also helps with removing the fittings off the rideplate before you remove it. So it has 2 uses!

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