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Old 01-24-2013, 03:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Thanks I am going to request one now and this might sound stupid but how do i get the exhaust gaskets out of the head
Any type of tool with about a 90 degree hook on it can get behind it and then pull. Worst tool is a screw driver. Be careful not to gouge the aluninum.
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I have a small pick set one of them has a 90 degree hook so it should work perfect. . .does it require a lot of force.
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I have a small pick set one of them has a 90 degree hook so it should work perfect. . .does it require a lot of force.
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Are you sure a raptor is a good idea right now?
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What do you mean by that?
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A raptor is not a quad for an inexperienced operator is all I'm saying.
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I am by no means an "inexperienced operator" however I am not a mechanic and that is why I ask questions, to gain mechanical knowledge of the machine I own is not that what part of this forum is about??

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I completely understand asking questions. That's not a problem at all. I'm sorry but some of the questions are a little comical. That's OK though.
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