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    check valves on bailers ok??

    well i keep getting some water in from my bailers and other places. ive looped tthe hose, but still get some. is it ok to put check valve on the bailers?


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    Do you have problems with them? just have the same loop as stock....if you have a external ic and thru hull you might have to have some zip ties to have a good fit...

    And replace those stock zip ties at the end of the hoses
    Last edited by Swedie; 07-18-2007 at 05:15 PM.

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    Can someone post a pic of what the bailers are or were they are? I keep reading about them but have not been around long enough to know what they are.

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    taking in water. 1st thing i did the to ski was put clamps on them. i have external IC
    the bailers are little black box with clear tube that connect to the pump shoe area. as you haul ass it creates a vaccuum and sucks out water basicly.

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