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    What's the simplest procedure to remove&replace reeds on 750 Fugi? I haven't figured out how to remove top & inner bolts on reed block assembly yet. Am trying to not remove carb's, Is it possible?

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    You must remove the carbs.

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    no you have to remove carbs. My 750 SL was a pain. Remove the carbs as a unit and use new gaskets. Polairs skis are really temperamental if the carbs get misaligned. there is a bracket on the carb bodyes that holds all the carbs together. i dotn knwo if they are on the new ones but I knwo on my 93 they were on. and it specifiacallysaid not to remove it and if you do the carbs have to be realigned.
    its a pain, but what reeds are you installing. Personally I dont see any advantages by replacing reeds. the aftermarket reeds dont last as long as stock ones. unless you have stainless steel reeds ( you shouldnt) or the stock ones are going bad i wouldnt bother with other reeds. the only ones I would recomend are v force but they wont make a differnece on a stock ski
    Rob

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