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I'm in process of rebuilding my carbs on a 96 GTX. While I'm at it, I thougt
I would get rid of the grey fuel lines. I have removed the carbs tonight and had a bear of a time with the hose clamps on the carbs. I just cut the fuel
lines to get the carbs off. I'm replacing them anyway.

My question is there any tool to help in removing the factory hose clamps
on the seadoos of this era?

Regards,
David
 

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Use a pick to remove, and once you have one off you can see how they work. Use regular hose clamps to reassemble and make your life easier. You will see two hole eyelits on top of clamp, just insert the pick and give it a little twist.
 
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