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    Default 2015 Mojo Plate removal

    I have all the bolts and screws out, does anybody know of a good way to get that plate removed from the back of the boat? I tried a heat gun to heat up the epoxy and a hammer and that didnít make it budge. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorryCharlie View Post
    I have all the bolts and screws out, does anybody know of a good way to get that plate removed from the back of the boat? I tried a heat gun to heat up the epoxy and a hammer and that didnít make it budge. Any ideas?
    What plate are you referring to? The trim plate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorryCharlie View Post
    I have all the bolts and screws out, does anybody know of a good way to get that plate removed from the back of the boat? I tried a heat gun to heat up the epoxy and a hammer and that didn’t make it budge. Any ideas?
    Plate? Like the wake plate hinge?

    Debond spray, scoring the edges, the longer and more spray used the easier it comes off, use some small wood shims to help pry it off slowly after using the debond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parrothd View Post
    Plate? Like the wake plate hinge?

    Debond spray, scoring the edges, the longer and more spray used the easier it comes off, use some small wood shims to help pry it off slowly after using the debond.

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    Stuffs pricey but looks like itíll make the job easier, thanks.
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    i would assume they are glued on with 3M 5200....i would get the debond for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcredible View Post
    i would assume they are glued on with 3M 5200....i would get the debond for sure!
    debond and soak it for a few days and wood shims otherwise you'll scratch/break the gel coat getting them off.

    Tap the shims in a little each time you use the debond, gotta go really really slow.
    Last edited by parrothd; 09-23-2021 at 04:25 PM.
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    I take it you have manual flow tabs now? Or you jist upgrading the autoflow tabs?

    Couldn't you jist reuse the hinges if you had autoflow already?
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    Sorry, the surf plate, I think itís auto flow? The big block of metal on the transom port and starboard. Iím installing Evolution tabs and want remove those plates.
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    Those look good

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    What are you getting for a retracted angle? Did you move the actuator just because of the wire location? You can use a remote gland for the wire if you need it in a different location.

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