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  1. #1
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    Default Putting T Handle in LSV. How do I remove the floor?

    Just bought an 08 LSV and found out no T Handle. I test drove a 2010 with a center plug and didn't think about looking for one on the 08. So im going to add one to help it drain. The only hold up is the floor. How does the two metal plates come out? I have looked at most of the mods and cant find any screw.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated and photos are a huge plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weston579 View Post
    Just bought an 08 LSV and found out no T Handle. I test drove a 2010 with a center plug and didn't think about looking for one on the 08. So im going to add one to help it drain. The only hold up is the floor. How does the two metal plates come out? I have looked at most of the mods and cant find any screw.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated and photos are a huge plus.
    I'm assuming your 08 is the same as my 06. There are four screws holding each panel down. They are very close to the corners of each panel with the exception of the corner near the driver's seat. On miine, that screw is about 6" from the corner, along the starboard side of the panel. The phillips screw heads are hidden in the carpet so you have to look for them but they are there.

    Let us know how you do this mod. I am sure there are many of us that would be curious to see it.

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    How do you plan to access the t handle ?

    fyi, my 08-the forward floor panel only had 3 screws holding it down, there was none in the drivers corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moombadaze View Post
    fyi, my 08-the forward floor panel only had 3 screws holding it down, there was none in the drivers corner.
    Same here. Glad you are doing this as it was top on my winter to-figure-out/to-do list!

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    thanks for the help. i plan on cutting out the center of the rear panel to make a door with a hinge over the hole in the gas tank. The 2010 has the same gas tank so i know i have room just need to lay it out and cut the hole in the floor and a 3/4 hole in the hull after taking the gas tank out.

    I found this 2 seconds after writing the post. not what im doing but helpful none the less
    http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=787634

    pic of the 2010 with the access door
    http://www.carolinainboard.com/newbo...10-moomba-lsv/
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    I'd be interested in seeing how this works for the two of you guys. I always seem to have water stuck in the hull of the boat. The plug on the back of the boat to me seems useless.
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    Here's a link to the style I was looking at: http://www.jmsonline.net/perko-garbo...0266dp0plb.htm

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    Here is a pic underneath



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    Does the newer boats have a different fuel tank in them then previous years? Didn't know if this was something I could do to my 2006 or not. I was thinking the hole in the center of my tank wasn't as big as what is being shown in the pictures above. Another thing is does anyone know if there is away for someone to move the fuel pump to in tank like the pictures above show so that wouldn't have to deal with vapor lock. I konw the pump getting hot can't be good on the pump. Or atleast I know on cars it isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walb0244 View Post
    Does the newer boats have a different fuel tank in them then previous years?
    Yeah it looks like the newer boats with the t-handle installed have a different tank setup. Here is a picture of the gas tank from Newty's 2008 LSV that he posted on wakeworld showing his DIY carpet replacement. My 2008 LSV gas tank is the same. I am guessing the 2006 would be similar to the '08. Easy enough to pull up your floor panels and check. There is a hole towards the front that appears to be big enough put a drain with a "T" handle in. I am going to be working on my boat tomorrow so I will try to take the measurements and see if the hull has a flat spot in the bottom of that hole.

    The thread from Newty - http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=787634
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