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How do we get the pumpkin off the rear...

We have removed all the bolts and the pumpkin will not pop off.. what is the best way of doing this.

The rear was leaking and we need to change the seals and cant get the pieces off to do this.

We need the help ASAP!

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You may have to use a screwdriver or a gasket scraper and a hammer it is sealed on there pretty good.

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