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    Reverse Buck spring

    What would make a reverse bucket spring pop off? Is it safe to ride without it? Is this something the parts counter carries or would I have to order it. I just noticed mine missing.

    I don't know all that much about seadoo as im fairly new to this.

    Thanks for your help....


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    I Guess I'll just call a seadoo dealer in the morning for the answer.

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    THE OFFICAL SUPERDUTY!!!!!! superduty's Avatar
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    yea you need the spring it helps keep the bucket fromn fallin and exploding it off the steering nozzle - i have never heard of them falling off so it must have not been on right

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    You definately want to get a spring on there before going to ride again.

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    Thanks guys for your help!

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