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    Posted: April-05-2022 at 8:27pm
1992 Ski Nautique Open Bow
I was able to remove the port side corner cushion by removing the nuts off the stud screws from under the bow but on the others there looks to be no way to get up under there to remove the rest. Anyone tackle this ? Any help/tricks sincerely appreciated
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Any thoughts on this one ?
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In my sport Nautique there was a screw under the front flap with the Nautique logo. The flap should flip up when the Velcro at the bottom is separated. There were also screws under the port and starboard dash holding the aft part of the combing pad in place. Along the sides the combing pad was held by metal “hooks” and not fastened. Once the screws are out, the whole thing lifts out of place.

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There was a old thread with all this info but the pictures were lost in the site crash/hack.

I just restored my old pictures with same name & hey presto they are back.Smile


****Just realised yours is a 92 if the old hull shape this will not apply until the 93 model *******
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