05-29-2011, 07:43 AM #1
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Towing behind houseboat - do I need to clamp a hose?
First, this is for my 2007 Speedster 150 215SC (single 4-tec) jet boat, not a PWC. I'm sorry but the jet boat forum is not very active, I posted there 72 hours ago, and I don't have a user manual and really need an answer here.
I'll be towing the Speedster behind a 75' houseboat at Powell in a few days and need to know if I need to clamp a hose. I've followed the water-inlet hose (which is the one I hook up a hose to run out of the water, right?) and it is routed quite high at least 8-10" higher than the block before it loops down and connects with the exhaust pipe. FWIW I plan on towing the boat 60-100' behind the houseboat, depending on conditions, wake of boat, etc.
Does it sound like I am describing the correct hose? I am really hoping that I don't need to block it off.. it would be a PITA because I'd have to remove the cargo shelf (and all cargo) every time I needed to mess with it.
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