Dry top Neck Gasket repair - Mountain Buzz

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Old 06-08-2006   #1
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Dry top Neck Gasket repair

I have a nice Kokatat dry top so I want a good repair. The neck gasket riped completly. Has anyone had good luck repairing themselves? Should I send it back to Kokatat or take it into a shop? If shop is the way to go does anyone know any shops on the front range?


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Old 06-08-2006   #2
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Don't do it yourself....

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I do gasket repair on a daily basis.
I am currently doing a kokatat and take great pride in how the gaskets turn out, Been replacing them for years.

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Old 06-08-2006   #3
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I picked a bad day to quit sniffing glue....call me lazy but I let the local guys do it.
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Old 06-09-2006   #4
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If you are willing, try using your floatation to hold it out. Once dried, you can easily deflate your float bag to remove it. Just a suggestion I heard recently--if you do it, tell us how it worked!
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