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    Roll over

    Hey guys,
    I was just wondering if there is a certian way to right up my '06 Rxt in the event of a roll over. I know some models require a certian direction to turn it top side, not sure on the rxt.

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    flyguytki's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Daytona Beach Fl
    not real sure if I did it the "right" way but when i flipped mine yesterday we climbed over the hull from the left side (looking at the back while upside down) grabbed on and rolled right over without a problem, jumped on fired right up and havent had an issue since.

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    HORSEPOWER JUNKIE 9secZO6's Avatar
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    Belle Chasse, La.
    climb up putting 1 foot on the sponson, grab the intake grate and using your body weight, pull and rock it back over. sorry I don't have a pic

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    skipSC's Avatar
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    Feb 2006
    Stuart, Fl.
    Roll a couch? Somebody's asleep at the wheel.

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    captain obvious Lurker's Avatar
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    Visalia, Ca
    I only flip mine when there is another rider and they try to hang on rather than go into the water.

    It doesn't matter what way you roll these back over.

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