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    2011 SeaDoo Bailer System(stock)

    Hey guys…

    In researching about bailer lines/hoses I came across a number of threads (mostly older) suggesting to use clamps instead of the stock zip ties on the yellow 90s of the Sea-Doo bailer system. I've also come across some horror stories on them reversing and ingesting water into the hull rather then siphoning water out like it should.

    Are the stock 2011 bailer tubes (and system) problematic? Can you recommend any kind of required preventative maintenance on them to be sure it keeps working at siphoning water out of the hull (while moving)? Is there a need to worry about it failing/reversing miles off shore?

    All advise on this is greatly appreciated.
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    Are the stock 2011 bailer tubes (and system) problematic? Can you recommend any kind of required preventative maintenance on them to be sure it keeps working at siphoning water out of the hull (while moving)? Is there a need to worry about it failing/reversing miles off shore?

    I am considering a bilge pump install also.
    Thanks.

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