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    Ride plate part question

    I removed my original ride plate over the winter to install a brand new Jims plate. When i remover it I broke off the fittings that are inside the plate. I just got some new fittings and im installing them. I cant remember if there are o-rings that slide around these fittings befor being put into the inside of the plate. These are the thredded fittings that the nipples screw to on the inside of the hull after the plate is installed. Anybody know?


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    Heres a pic. Is there an o-ring on the inside of the plate between the threded insert and the black metal cover seen here once insert is installed on inside of plate?
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    Unless yours is different than mine you should have the insert that come up from inside the rideplate, then you have the fitting that screws on to the fitting coming out of the ride plate that the hose attaches to. There should be an O ring between the two plastic fittings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    Unless yours is different than mine you should have the insert that come up from inside the rideplate, then you have the fitting that screws on to the fitting coming out of the ride plate that the hose attaches to. There should be an O ring between the two plastic fittings.
    Ya, I know about the o-ring between the two plastic fittings. Just wanting to know if there is an o-ring on the insert coming up from the plate inside the plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    Unless yours is different than mine you should have the insert that come up from inside the rideplate, then you have the fitting that screws on to the fitting coming out of the ride plate that the hose attaches to. There should be an O ring between the two plastic fittings.
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    seadoo dealer gave me some crap that wasnt even the same as my old ones and couldnt get me the one I had so I just stuck it in and fliped the cover upside down and put liquid JB weld around it and let it dry to the threads and it came out great, it looked as if the plastic was molded to the top cover and since then never had a leak, its been 6-7 months now.

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    Cool, anybody else know anything?
    Quote Originally Posted by xBigDaddyx117 View Post
    seadoo dealer gave me some crap that wasnt even the same as my old ones and couldnt get me the one I had so I just stuck it in and fliped the cover upside down and put liquid JB weld around it and let it dry to the threads and it came out great, it looked as if the plastic was molded to the top cover and since then never had a leak, its been 6-7 months now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    Cool, anybody else know anything?

    I thought I had my old plate but I guess I threw it out. Your pics is not clear to me as to what O ring you are asking about.
    You are asking about the plastic piece that goes in the rideplate once you take the plate apart? I ask because your plate still looks like it is together. Are you talking about part 39 or the two parts on the table?
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    I looked again and you are talking about the two plastick parts that go inside the plate. No there is no o ring in there. They are both beveled and press fits in place. How did you get your old ones out? You have to take the plate apart to get the new ones in there.

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    this fitting is different from the one I got, and did the JB weld thing to, it had the threds on the hose fitting,

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