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    Bellows repkacement

    Hello.

    This is my first attempt at posting. I have a 2010 Wake 155 that has a torn bellows or rubber boot. The boot that pushes up against the Carbon ring is good. I am not sure what the boot farther up is and it is not shown on my parts guide. I am attaching a picture. Is my ski going to take on water with that boot torn? If I replace it, should I replace the Carbone ring and bellows at the same time? I have seen tools for getting the C clip off and wondering what tool works best for someone that is not a strong guy? Also, am I going to need a shaft puller? Sorry for all the questions and appreciate anyone's help.


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    Re: Bellows repkacement

    Sorry, It should read Bellows Replacement.

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    Re: Bellows repkacement

    If your bellows boot, that pushes on the carbone ring is good, then you are fine. The other, is just a rubber cover to help keep water from "flinging" off of the Shaft.

    To remove the carbone ring it does help with special tools, shaft will pull out by hand, no tools needed.
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    Re: Bellows repkacement

    Thanks John for the quick reply. Since the carbon ring and boot are good, I will just try to patch the other boot. No sense in purchasing the drive line boot which is around $80.

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