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    Removing rub rails?

    I see they are just riveted on, are these easy to drill out and re-rivet later or no?


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    Yes. I've changed a couple. Usually if they get removed it's because they're getting turf instead.

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    Depends what ski. I am pretty sure the Msx's are screwed in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilman573 View Post
    Depends what ski. I am pretty sure the Msx's are screwed in.
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    Most of the ones I've worked on are held on with double sided sticky tape, and a few rivets. The tape will come off the hull easy with a 3M eraser wheel and the rub rail I use a chisel.

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