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    Water in hull

    wtf
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    my 05 rxp almost sunk ones because my motor mounts broke. have you check that?

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    holy crap
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    hey mike if you ever get the problem fix i would like to hear back from you what was wrong, just for future reference. thank you

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    I had a similar problem on my 06 RXP after installing a Solas impeller, water was getting trapped by the nose cone and pushing the shaft forward which pushed the carbon seal off the washer. Removed the nose cone and have not had the problem since.

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