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    Binding Lubricant

    Just wondering what/if anyone is using? I've seen some retail versions but have also heard that guys make their own. At my age, sometimes I feel like I'm going to hurt myself more trying to get my...
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    Thanks for the link. Question, whats the...

    Thanks for the link. Question, whats the difference between the outlaw and pro divisions?
  3. Hmmm...Todd, Not sure if this has been addressed...

    Hmmm...Todd, Not sure if this has been addressed in another thread somewhere, but I just noticed your 'signature' - 2015 Mojo on the way... Ordered yet?
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    Sweet! Congrats! And for the mean time, pick up...

    Sweet! Congrats! And for the mean time, pick up a set of wheel chocks from the Rv section of Walmart and chock your trailer while parked on a hill.
    Enjoy the weekend and be sure to bleed those...
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    LOL, we are typing at the same time. I just saw...

    LOL, we are typing at the same time. I just saw your Edit... Good deal, grab yourself a c clamp and you'll knock it out in a few minutes. If you don't have the little lockout tool, I've heard you...
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    Man, we must be typing at the same time. Go the...

    Man, we must be typing at the same time. Go the walmart, or home depot , or where ever and grab a "c" clamp. they're cheap and it'll do the job. Those irwin clamps don't have the torque required. ...
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    As far as getting trailer to the shop, just...

    As far as getting trailer to the shop, just compress the piston like mentioned above. Go ahead and compress it all the way like in the video. Put every thing back together and install the brake...
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    Here's a link using a "C" clamp to help you...

    Here's a link using a "C" clamp to help you visualize. If the actuator rod was able to push the piston out further, then the c clamp will have no problem pushing it back in. You don't need to open...
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    All you need is a "C" clamp. Put one end of the...

    All you need is a "C" clamp. Put one end of the "C" on the back of the caliper and the other end over the piston, however, You'll need to have something between the end of the "C" and piston (small...
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    RIP...Crazy Swazy..

    RIP...Crazy Swazy..
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    Fear causes hesitation, and hesitation causes...

    Fear causes hesitation, and hesitation causes your worse fears to come true...
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    Not sure where they are on the mondo, but here's...

    Not sure where they are on the mondo, but here's an install on the LSV. Look at #10 to see where he mounted a tube in the main cabin.
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    Wait a minute, if you're saying they approached...

    Wait a minute, if you're saying they approached you and not the boat dealer to rent the boat, and asked you to cover the logos, then you're in some way suggesting that duck dynasty is staged??!! ...
  14. Hey berg, any updates. ??

    Hey berg, any updates. ??
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    and welcome to the forum

    and welcome to the forum
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    year, make, model of boat and engine size would...

    year, make, model of boat and engine size would help...
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    Do you have pics with cover on?

    Do you have pics with cover on?
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    could be a "dead spot" on your starter. If...

    could be a "dead spot" on your starter. If (when) it happens again, try tapping/hitting the side of the starter with a hammer or wrench or something while someone is holding the key to start. ...
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    Are the gates fixed or do they deploy / swing out?

    Are the gates fixed or do they deploy / swing out?
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    Hmmm...perhaps it's time for a new order:cool: ...

    Hmmm...perhaps it's time for a new order:cool: Count me in...
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    please give us a report on the p5x.

    please give us a report on the p5x.
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    buffing / polishing / waxing

    Hello all,

    Ok, I know there have been some threads in the past regarding this and I've done my best to review them. I'd like to present my scenario and would like to hear everyone's thought,...
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    I'd question the fit on an LSV. I don't recall a...

    I'd question the fit on an LSV. I don't recall a whole lot of room in the locker forward of the included sac. If you get a chance to measure, let us know....
  24. I'm guessing unfinished (rough,not smooth gel...

    I'm guessing unfinished (rough,not smooth gel coat), there will be gaps where the floor panels can be removed.
    That's why our boats have wall to wall carpeting. It's less expensive than...
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    Hey Daze, I sent you a pm a few days ago as...

    Hey Daze,

    I sent you a pm a few days ago as well for price with shipping. I tried another pm but your box is full. I imagine you've been busy and all, but I'm still interested.

    Thanks
    Steve
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