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    Question Flush attachment P/N

    Hi Folks

    I have an 04 GTX SC LTD...Bought it used...missing the flush attacment that you can attach to hose going to the J pipe.(quick connect)
    Does anyone have the P/N for this? Tanks!
    Can't find P/N anywhere....

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    Are you talking about where it connects to > Part number #30 ----295000103 ---- FITTING-T $10.99



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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    Are you talking about where it connects to > Part number #30 ----295000103 ---- FITTING-T $10.99


    Thanks for the response

    Yes..The piece that plugs into # 30.(attaches to a garden hose) quick connect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post

    Ahhhhh!!! I got it. Tanks!

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    why not just flush it from the connection on the pump shoe?
    it is up under the rear transom, next to the pump. a rather large pipe sticking out that will accept a hose threaded fitting like for a a quick connect. thats how i do it...
    in the parts diagram hose #1 goes to it.
    i use this or similar... note it has a shutoff valve built in!! use a spray nozzle to wash off the ski, shut valve remove spray nozzle, snap onto ski, start engine open valve, flush for 30 sec, shut valve, turn off engine, remove from ski, snap on the spray nozzle , keep washing!!
    super easy!! you leave the little flush nipple on the ski permanently. if you can find them, they make regualr flow and high flow versions, high flow is better but not a must. regular flow works too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lextoy View Post
    why not just flush it from the connection on the pump shoe?
    it is up under the rear transom, next to the pump. a rather large pipe sticking out that will accept a hose threaded fitting like for a a quick connect. thats how i do it...
    in the parts diagram hose #1 goes to it.
    i use this or similar... note it has a shutoff valve built in!! use a spray nozzle to wash off the ski, shut valve remove spray nozzle, snap onto ski, start engine open valve, flush for 30 sec, shut valve, turn off engine, remove from ski, snap on the spray nozzle , keep washing!!
    super easy!! you leave the little flush nipple on the ski permanently. if you can find them, they make regualr flow and high flow versions, high flow is better but not a must. regular flow works too.
    That works too!

    Thanks for the feedback.

    Cheers

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