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    Sea doo rxt-x water in the hull

    I need help. My sea doo rxt-x 260 has 104 hours. I don't have any hole in the hull, but comes close to water axis.


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    I need help. My sea doo rxt-x 260 has 104 hours. I do not have any hole in the hull, but enters the water came from transmission

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    they don't have a transmissions. You need to R&R your carbon seal and top hat assembly

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    What year TX? Probably needs engine realignment in addition to carbon ring, floating ring, etc...

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    Mine leaks water in through the steering. Pop the seat and hose down the steering/gauge cluster area and see if it's pouring in on the fuel tank. Some of these boats also leak at the back two panels over the batt and IBR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crueldude View Post
    Mine leaks water in through the steering. Pop the seat and hose down the steering/gauge cluster area and see if it's pouring in on the fuel tank. Some of these boats also leak at the back two panels over the batt and IBR.
    replace your steering nut with an aluminum one before you sink it

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crueldude View Post
    Mine leaks water in through the steering. Pop the seat and hose down the steering/gauge cluster area and see if it's pouring in on the fuel tank. Some of these boats also leak at the back two panels over the batt and IBR.
    replace your steering nut with an aluminum one before you sink it
    Thanks imp0ster! Where is the nut located? Is it a female dog to get to?

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    On an iBR ski it might be. Without iBR it's super easy. You'll have to verify with someone that rides something with iBR that has had to deal with it

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SEADOO-RXP-RXT-GTX-STEERING-REVERSE-BILLET-ALUM-NUT-/320822380924?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m4ab281097c&vxp=mtr

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    On an iBR ski it might be. Without iBR it's super easy. You'll have to verify with someone that rides something with iBR that has had to deal with it

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SEADOO-RXP-RXT-GTX-STEERING-REVERSE-BILLET-ALUM-NUT-/320822380924?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m4ab281097c&vxp=mtr
    Ahh. That one's in the back of the hull right? Mine leaks at the handlebar assembly down onto the fuel tank. I will look into the nut though.

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    check the Back plastic reverse nut they do crack and sometimes break had this issue with mine, also exhaust coupler was missing off mine, lost it at some point

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