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    PWC doctor drain plugs ???

    Whos using and what do you think.??

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    I got two of them. I will post how well they work. The only thing I am worried about is when it is beached. maybe I can't beach any more. have to ancor?

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    anyone have a link?

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    I got a set over the winter and have been out 4 or 5 times with them. Havent noticed any problems so far. Skip had a few sets for sale you might pm him. Here is the link http://www.pwcdoctor.com/

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    looks cool! thanks for the link , I would be worried that a small piece of trash would block it open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    looks cool! thanks for the link , I would be worried that a small piece of trash would block it open?
    +1 and 50 bucks a piece????? or for two???? I think a bit expensive at 100 bucks. I'd rather invest in a new rule 500 and have a guarentee dry hull.

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    That is for 2, not that much more than duckbills. That is what I had before but they were starting to show signs of cracking. I had been concered about trash too but as I said I havent had a problem yet. I do plan on doing a bilge pump too just to be safe. I am a bit more careful about where those cut wire ties go

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    Quote Originally Posted by krispaintballz View Post
    +1 and 50 bucks a piece????? or for two???? I think a bit expensive at 100 bucks. I'd rather invest in a new rule 500 and have a guarentee dry hull.
    Ya that's what I thought! But as stated the are 50.00 for two.. Nice looking units too

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    I have these on 2 GPR's a Seadoo xp and my Seadoo Speedster.... All hulls stay pretty dry... And Ive left my ski's and boat beached. You just have to spray the with some wd40 and some fresh water when your done riding to keep em clear and clean. They really do work and they look great..

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