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The HI/LO button on my 1996 ZRT 600 is riping only the top is there, but the rubber inside is still around the metal piece, would I be able to melt the rubber to get it back together, and how much should a piece like that cost.
 

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I don't know exactly, I did it on my 92 jag. I couldn't buy just the rubber, I had to buy the whole switch for 27$ american. Might want to check brownslesiure world for the part number. If you want used, check your local used parts dealer. good luck!
 

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I can't find it on brownslesiure. Does anybody think it will melt, and fuse back together.
 

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http://www.brownsleisureworld.com/Parts/SNOWMOBILE/1996/1996ZRT600(96ZRF-1996)/HYDRAULICBRAKECONTROLASSEMBLY.htm
There is the link to where it is. It is number 15 or 16 on that list

OPPS. That link didn't work, you have to go there and look up the sled and click on hdyrolic assembly. It is located there. Pretty pricy. I don't think that you can melt it together.
 

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Thanks, that is expensive, I think i will just try to fix it.
 

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Thanks, I never thought to use silicone, but is it good in the cold.
 

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Where should I put the silicone,on the outside, or on the inside, and how should I do it.
 

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You will have to put it on the out side don't use to much or your switch will stick . It would be better to get a new one after market should be cheaper. Used will end up the same way .
 

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I just finished, I used this stuff called gloozit, it's used to repair tire tubes, and swimming tubes, it seemed to work ok.
 
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