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    Pulled the the rear grip under the seat off..

    We did a dumb thing and tied a O’Brien Tube to the rear handle grip
    We pulled it off tearing it from the 4 bolts that attach it to the ski

    luckly no fiberglass is broken, any ideas how to save this part?
    can I just heat up the plastic and reweld the torn out holes in the grip handle?

    the 4 SS bolts might hold if I squeeze them down hard, but a new part is allot of dough

    Any ideas?
    thx


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    What model and year?

    Many Yamaha plastic parts for current models are not crazy expensive.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wgwollet View Post
    We did a dumb thing and tied a O’Brien Tube to the rear handle grip
    We pulled it off tearing it from the 4 bolts that attach it to the ski

    luckly no fiberglass is broken, any ideas how to save this part?
    can I just heat up the plastic and reweld the torn out holes in the grip handle?

    the 4 SS bolts might hold if I squeeze them down hard, but a new part is allot of dough

    Any ideas?
    thx

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