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    RXP Alot of Water in the hull HELP

    When the ski is sitting in the water at the dock it slowly fills up with water. Have to take is out for a run to eliminate the water in the hull and pull the ski at night. I coudn't find any cracks in the hull. Any suggestions of where to start to look would be appreciated


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    Check all the connections on your bailer tubes. Also, its best to replace the zip ties that are holding the connections with quality stainless steel hose clamps.

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    put the ski on the trailer and put some water in the hull, watch for where it comes out. 1 either the carbon ring around the driveshaft or bad glass work around the pump shoe. I would imagine it's bad glass, you wouldn't be the only one. search these forums for details... good luck!

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