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  1. #1

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    Apr 2011
    Perth (Aus)

    Inner Hull Insert Leaking

    I have had a decent water leak which i thought was coming from the carbon seal. I thought this cause i filled the ski with water and it was coming from the carbon seal area.

    Good news i got a bellow band put on at the same time bad news there was still water coming in. I checked while i was out on the water and there was a steady stream of water coming from where the arrow is pointed.

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    Does anyone have any ideas on how or why this is happening? The dealer wasnt impressed with the Bellow band saying they had to undo the engine mounts cause they couldnt compress the bellows enough to put the clip in.

    Is it just a screw on thing? Is there a chance that its come loose and i will just be able to tighten it without killing anything?

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Perth (Aus)

    Yup looks like its cracked

    Got a small mirror to check things out a little more. I guess this explains the water leak. No idea how it would happen though

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