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    Removing Super Charger

    What tools is everyone using to remove the torque screw that is un accessable with a torque socket?


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    All three should be accessable, you are just working blind on two of them and you will need an extension on your ratchet.

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    On the one that is facing the exhaust manifold I can put a socket on that one. You must use a wrench right?

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    on the top bolt you need to use a 1/4" box end wrench. It works great!

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    I found a 1/4" ratchet wrench at Home Depot that cuts the time down by about a 1/3 or so. But that bolt is a pain in the ass no matter how you slice it.

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    You got that right Jarrett. I thought about drilling it all the way through and putting a bolt with a nut on it. The wrench works good but the ones I've done were hard all the way out. Just takes a little time and patience.
    Also stuff some rags under the engine because if you drop anything thats where its going and it is a bitch to get out.

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    you soon get used to dropping stuff under the motor...I have had my arms sergicaly altered to make the bends...

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    Yeah two2corrupt - you get used to contorting your arms into pretzels and fiberglass growing out of your arm in the same direction as your hair.

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    Rocketman wrote:

    Also stuff some rags under the engine because if you drop anything thats where its going and it is a bitch to get out.
    That's a good idea Thanks Rocketman

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    Quote Originally Posted by two2curupt
    you soon get used to dropping stuff under the motor...I have had my arms sergicaly altered to make the bends...
    a good way to collect bolts and objects from under engine is to partially fill hull with water undo bungs then tilt the ski, debries end up at rear, failing that use a jet wash, usually the tsunami method works, hope this takes your frustration away, regards bill

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