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Rotor Cap Removal


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I did take the ski pylon out of the sleeve or hole, had to to access the other screw, but the sleeve or hole is cast iron welded to the frame, it ain't moving.

What's the intake plenum? Can you post a picture of that?

Thanks.

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3 hours ago, JohnnyA said:

I did take the ski pylon out of the sleeve or hole, had to to access the other screw, but the sleeve or hole is cast iron welded to the frame, it ain't moving.

What's the intake plenum? Can you post a picture of that?

Thanks.

Yours is not in the way.  My 2012 has a different engine and pylon.

Are you able to get to the rotor screws one at a time and remove the cap and rotor at same time?

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Interesting idea, I'll see if I can get to the rotor screws. That would work if I can, seems so convoluted though. 

Thanks.

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