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    1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    Hey guys what is the best way to remove the starter on a GTX 1999 951 model? i picked up the ski for AUD$150 and i was expecting it to be seized but its all good just has starter issues
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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    If you take the carbs off you can see the starter better.

    2 bolts at rear of starter,the get corroaded & will snap off if you are not careful. I remove the motor when they get like that so I can use heat to keep them from breaking.

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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    May as well do some maint while youre at it. New fuel lines, pump oil, check the fuel selector and carbs for gunk.
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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    Thanks i got the old starter motor out it was rusted and seized, while removing the old starter the front bit of the starter with the O-ring snapped off in the flywheel cover

    how would u guys remove this without taking off the flywheel cover and knocking it out? trying to do the lease work possible

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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    You need to remove front cover now....... I would remove motor.

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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    I would take it out and spend the time now rather than later.

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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    Yep, take the pipe out in 1 piece, unhook some some stuff, pull the engine.
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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    Message hyosung, he lives in Aus. If you ask nicely maybe he'll share his tricks with you.
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    Re: 1999 GTX 951 Carb Model, Starter Q

    I have an idea i will let u know if it works, plan is to slightly tap the hole screw in a bolt with a flat bar attached to the bolt than tap the bar with a hammer to pop the broken bit out

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