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jcbatt

Pylon Removal on Illusion X

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jcbatt

I picked up the new boat tonight. This is the first one I plan on keeping in my barn. Removing the swim platform, it just (barely) fit length-wise, with my slide-away tongue. I was unsure on the height, but it looks like it will fit through the door (Illusion X) by about 1/4 inch for all of the tower EXCEPT the pylon. I'd prefer not to have to fold down each time, so I'm wondering how the pylon can be removed. I played around with it for about 15 minutes tonight and I couldn't find how to get it off. Anyone have any ideas? Is there something that pops off, and then a bolt inside? If I can't figure this out, I'm going to notch out the header on the door (they are swing-open bard doors, so no door hardware to worry about), but I'd really prefer to just remove the pylon.

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Wkerat

You can pop the top off (part that looks like top of throttle). Once that is off you need an allen bolt and a socket and then you can remove the pylon. The allen bolt is for a tightener that hold the other bolt in place, but still allows it to spin. Once you slide the pylon off you need a 3/4(?) wrench and you can remove the post. It is simple once you do it.

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jcbatt

Cool thanks... I wasn't sure if that top just popped off or not. I just went down and pried it with a knife, and it came off. I don't think I need to removed the allen bolt - just the 5/8 socket worked for me. Then I see the post (I didn't remove it tonight because I didn't have the right size wrench down in the barn w. me). Thanks for the info.

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Wkerat

You're welcome. Good luck with it. We had to remove just the pylon (not the inner bolt on a friends and it just made it in (with the tower down) by rubbing the rubber trim on his garage.

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