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    Question on tunnel fix?

    So my friend and I are going to do the tunnel fix this weekend! My question is on his ski (04 1300) we have allready installed the PPK is it ok to just pull the bolts on it and not remove it? I would imagine that it would be a pain in the ass to get out (we used a lot of 3m fast cure) and can you pull the brackets without screwing them up or should I order new brackets before we start it? I pulled my pump apart on my 05 and luckily it still looks perfect!

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    you can do this and not have to take out the pump shoe. In fact, its better to already have the PPK when doing the tunnel kit. It makes it a little less painful on ya.

    Its a good idea to always have a "spare" set of brackets too - just in case.

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    thanks!

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