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    Transom wall

    does anybody have an extra transom wall. I need the part where the hose connects to in order to makethat part that supports m intermediate shaft and so I have a pice where the hose can connect to. Me and sledgehammer hit a part and I broke the nipple. Id have to say, removing that @#$%^&*( wall Sucks !

    Do I need that part? or....lookng at Marks website, I seen two different nipples where the hose connects to..


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    this piece here. I broke mine


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    I'm not EVEN going to ask how you did that. I'll assume you didn't use heat.

    • So here's what you do:Finish making the assembly with your broken part.
    • Send STV225drag a PM and see if he can copy it in aluminum for you. (pipe, Plate)
    • Send him the assembly (maybe with the bearing housing)
    I'd be a stack of pizza's what you get back would look a thousand times better than what we are using.

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    i intentionally broke my transom wall... just so i wouldn't be tempted to use tht ugly, YET FUNCTIONAL and proven, triangle piece, LOL

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    ok, here's what I got so far. took some scrap carbon fiber strands and some epoxy and pieced it back together. gonna see what I got after it dries.
    and actually, I did use heat. just wasn't coming along fast enough, got pissed off, and went on a caffeine rage. Monster works...er..uh...won.

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    Cool

    sea doo make a thru hull repair kit (alum) 292000075 if right size you could just lay some glass making flat plate,then drill with hole saw and epoxy seadoo part

    later cd
    Last edited by chip; 03-08-2008 at 06:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    ok, here's what I got so far. took some scrap carbon fiber strands and some epoxy and pieced it back together. gonna see what I got after it dries.
    and actually, I did use heat. just wasn't coming along fast enough, got pissed off, and went on a caffeine rage. Monster works...er..uh...won.

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    if stainless use stainless pipe to midshaft bracket welded and if aluminum use alum pipe. i think this is what i am going to do. look just like hydro metal one just pipe to plate. could make it a little longer for pressure tap if need be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip View Post
    sea doo make a thru hull repair kit (alum) 292000075 if right size you could just lay some glass making flat plate,then drill with hole saw and epoxy seadoo part

    later cd
    Quote Originally Posted by chuck View Post
    if stainless use stainless pipe to midshaft bracket welded and if aluminum use alum pipe. i think this is what i am going to do. look just like hydro metal one just pipe to plate. could make it a little longer for pressure tap if need be.
    thanks guys, two good ideas. I'll see if my repair works and if not, I'll do the alternates you all suggested.
    I'm calm now.

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    I have a broken mid wall and I think that piece is still good.

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