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Stevo

removing real locker Engine Guards

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Stevo

I have a 2001 WAKE SETTER

It is a huge pain in the Rear, trying to get these things out, Anyone have tips on getting them out ?

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Helinut

I guess the 01's are nothing like the 07's. Two little twist latches and they come right out.

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bigD
I guess the 01's are nothing like the 07's. Two little twist latches and they come right out.

Plus1.gif 2004.

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D-GOOSE
I guess the 01's are nothing like the 07's. Two little twist latches and they come right out.

Plus1.gif 2004.

Velcro on my 03

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Arkid

My 2000 has a couple of screws at the top, one at each end.

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Polock

Yep the '01's are a major pain in the arse Mad.gif

I've found the best way is to lift the divider out of the bottom rail and then shimmy the bottom side toward the outside of the lockers. Once the top of the divider clears the brace, pull the divider out lengthwise under the brace over the engine. You have to muscle those things around a little bit, but all they are ABS plastic so they will give quite a bit, trust me I've tried to break them!!!

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Stevo
Yep the '01's are a major pain in the arse Mad.gif

I've found the best way is to lift the divider out of the bottom rail and then shimmy the bottom side toward the outside of the lockers. Once the top of the divider clears the brace, pull the divider out lengthwise under the brace over the engine. You have to muscle those things around a little bit, but all they are ABS plastic so they will give quite a bit, trust me I've tried to break them!!!

thanks, i will give this a shot.

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sunscapeJeff

Are you talking about getting completely out of the lockers? I've found that there's only one way for them to slip right out of the lockers ... I don't remember exactly, but I think I pull mine out of the tracks, lay it down on the floor of the locker, then it can slide toward the front of the boat and then pull out of the rear of the locker, over the swim platform. It seems like I always have to screw around with them for a few minutes to get it right, though.

At least, that's the way it is on my 2001 23' ...

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