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    For PWGSX... and others- Pics of storage tray removal

    To get the front storage tray out, the one below the handle bars, There are two tabs like the one pictured below. One in the front and one it the back.

    I was able to simply reach under and unsnap both while lightly pushing up. Then you have to pull the 2 sides of the ski, where the reverse lever is and directly across,(also pictured) out of the sides of the storage tray and it should pop right out.


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    Oooops! Forgot the pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Oooops! Forgot the pics...
    AHHH sweet, thanks buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Oooops! Forgot the pics...
    is that a bilge pump switch inside? if it is, that's a clean set up if you have not done it yet, load some di-electric grease inside the fuse holder before you put the fuse in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer 1 View Post
    is that a bilge pump switch inside? if it is, that's a clean set up if you have not done it yet, load some di-electric grease inside the fuse holder before you put the fuse in it.
    That's a good idea, Jammer. I've got a big tube left over from waterproofing the Polaris 800 ATV. Think I'll do all the connectors on the T-X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer 1 View Post
    is that a bilge pump switch inside? if it is, that's a clean set up if you have not done it yet, load some di-electric grease inside the fuse holder before you put the fuse in it.

    Thanks... I will load up inside the fuse holder.. great idea!!! I black RTV'd the back pretty good and then di-electricded (<--is that a word) the crap out of the back the back.

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