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  1. #11
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    Sep 2008
    Bradenton Fl
    Quote Originally Posted by baja27 View Post
    Just use a torch, it will come off quickly
    With or without the gas/chemicals????????????

  2. #12
    OSO Moderator Charter Member BillR's Avatar
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    Virginia Beach, VA
    If I use a torch, I might hit a gas line.

    Hhmmmmm - Hello Ins company. . . . . .

    '00 Scarab Sport 302 CC
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  3. #13
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    Jul 2008
    I hate to say it because I have some personal issues with the guy that owns it, but there is a product made by Bio-Kleen called Belly Pan Cleaner. It is actually designed to clean up clutch belt rubber in the belly pan of snowmobiles. It is designed to actually dissolve the rubber. You might try that.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member formula 382 sr-1's Avatar
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    Chesapeake Bay
    Just send it back to Skunkwrkx he can fix it .!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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