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    Is there anyway to stop the exhaust hose from breaking forever?

    is there any way to get it to stop breaking forever permanently?


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    What year/make/model?
    Which hose? from where to where?
    How is a hose breaking?

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    sorry, its a 2011 RXT 260 IS, the hose that connects to the exhaust port. It broke recenntly on me, and the ski almost sunk, and that was pretty scary, and im not going through that again

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    Sounds like a loose clamp, or defective hose. They don't normally break , unless it's been over heated.

    But you would have got a high temp alarm first.

    I always invest in a good bilge pump setup, may slow down the water enough to get to shore.

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