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    Quality sea doo?

    Hey guys, I do not know if you have been through something similar to them, but as you can see in the photos, I have several broken plastics pwc. I think this should not occur and that a brand like Sea Doo should use better plastics or even stainless steel in certain places.

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    Have you looked at what holds the steering down on the earlier models?? lol. It's called bean counters. Assholes who know absolutely NOTHING about the machine telling the engineers to use cheaper materials because it saves money.

    This is a good read

    http://money.cnn.com/2011/06/08/auto...eview.fortune/

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    Hoods and hood shocks have been an issue for many years now.
    You would think they'd fix the issue by now...

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    I do not know why we as customers comformarnos inferior materials, when the price paid is not low.
    Any day decide to save on major parts and be killed or seriously injured persons.

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    had two rxtx and both had this problem

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    I've gone through 4 mounts in 3 seasons..

    not to mention the round plastic "locks" for the bucket each piece $7-10 a pop I'm tired of replacing them..

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    For as customers should do to get our complaints Sea Doo, because if they think they will sell more in the future pwc downhill grades .....
    I particularly do not care if their sea doo pwc I will go to other brands.
    It is not permissible for 1 year and a half that piece is broken and I still can not find out a solution.

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    I looked into having a piece machined..
    but having something made stronger will only cause the mounting point to break or get stressed. so I decided against it..

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    I think that has stopped good quality seadoo rxt with series / p 255, less plastic good electronica never have problems, too many problems with new seadoo plastic eletrônica poor poor poor ibr and more, but my money is good, I did storage of ultra 300 and I must say that there a lot of weight for a lot of quality.

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