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    Bilge bailer tube question

    I removed the SC by following Seans how to instructions and got to the part where he says to check the bilge and bailer tubes but I did not see them in there anywhere.
    It is an 06 RXP. Let me know what you think
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    The clear tubes in the pics are the bailer tubes..In the first pic i am pointing to them..Hope this helps...

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    Opps forgot the pics...
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    Sno... The inside of the hull looks spotless! Do you clean it? Stainless steel worm clamps?

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    Thank you much Snoman I will take another look tomorrow. I was thinking that the black box he had in the bottom of the hull on his pic was the bilge. Man I need to figure these things out. Little diffrent than the quads I am used to working on.

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    Speaking of clamps where do I get some good clamps to reinstall the SC hoses??

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    Quote Originally Posted by GYTWYPT View Post
    Speaking of clamps where do I get some good clamps to reinstall the SC hoses??
    I use SS T-bolt clamps from ebay or Napa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy River View Post
    I use SS T-bolt clamps from ebay or Napa.
    That is exactly what I was thinking. Just wasnt sure where to get them.
    Will check NAPA tomorrow.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy River View Post
    Sno... The inside of the hull looks spotless! Do you clean it? Stainless steel worm clamps?
    Thanks Muddy!!!!!Nothing but stainless buddy...You know me better than that...


    Quote Originally Posted by GYTWYPT View Post
    Speaking of clamps where do I get some good clamps to reinstall the SC hoses??
    I got mine from Pep Boys..BUT make sure you get stainless steel ones....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer 1 View Post
    LOL ! you got me looking?
    I was thinking the same thing at first. I actually went back to the write up and was looking.

    thanks again

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