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Discussion in 'General' started by Reddickracing, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. dentdude36

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    They may have been replaced before and possibly have some sort of glue holding them in. Can you turn them in a complete circle?
     
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    I think he was trying to remove the suction cup from the seat and not removing the seat.
     
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    :stupid: Reading the whole thread helps:eek: :oldhardlaugh:
     
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    We have to pay the bills :oldbang:
     
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    :yesnod: Thanks for reminding me my electric bill is due the 5th :oldlaugh:
     
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    #27 badyellowvette, Nov 3, 2017
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    I removed the seat just fine. I'm talking about actually removing the suction cups off the actual seat. Thx
     
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    Just pull hard,more than likely the nubs will break off. Don't worry about it just put the new one in with a little soap and give a twist.
     
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    If you can spin the cups in the seat they will pop out. If you can't spin the cups someone may have glued them in, in that case do as Hirter6pack said.
     
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    Refer to post #21
     
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    I bought some extra cups, you know, just in case.... and sure enough I needed to replace mine. But no matter how much 'help' I gave that plug.... it just wouldn't go in all the way. So, I put it in the best I could then took a wood screw (small and tapered) and as I screwed it in it forced it in... all is good. The screw is counter-sunk enough not to scratch the paint. :)
     
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    Did ya try to lube it?:job::oldlaugh: j/k, use dish drops
     
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    yea....... but all is good. :)
     
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    I went back and looked at post #21. I see what the problem was. It was one of your post Dent and to be honest with you, I just don't pay any attention to them......My bad :old2:
     
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