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    Stepping your Sponsons, made easy!

    So its easy enough to do but figured someone might be able to use this:
    A Quick note, you only really need to modify the center holes, I got a bit carried away it seems!


    Let me know if its incorrect and I will fix it up =)

    Brandon


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    good post !

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    Looks good... nice photos

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    Its correct....

    Front up
    Rear down

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    FSTGPR,
    Thanx for the tip. The turning is greatly improved and it planes quicker.
    The mod cost me six drops of loc-tite and three minutes of Dremel time.

    Tip: only cut the center bolt-hole. It helps w/alignment.
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    how do you guys screw the bolt in the hole with out the thread or where do you get the thread(rawl plug)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yami_rida View Post
    how do you guys screw the bolt in the hole with out the thread or where do you get the thread(rawl plug)

    Unbolt yours and you will see how it is fixed and how it will go back in using the above mentioned methods.
    Simplist of any modification that can be done to the GPR.

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    While you have them off, be sure to fill in the voids on the back side, especially the rear one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    While you have them off, be sure to fill in the voids on the back side, especially the rear one!
    with what?

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    Why should the void be filled in? and what would you use if so? Thanks...

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