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  1. #1

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    May 2008
    Northern CT

    Water in my hull

    I've got at 2004 Seadoo GTI that is in great shape and runs strong. The only issue is that I always seem to have about an inch of water in the very bottom of my hull that I cannot get out. Anyone ever have this problem??? I also have a slight leak somewhere on the front hood that only lets in a few drops of water...any easy fix tips?

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    I know this isn't for your model of ski but check into it may notice something similar or it could give you an idea of where you may be taking on water.
    If you always have water in there it's because they don't breathe well at all. When not in use either under cover or in the garage always pull the hull plugs take the seat off so it can air dry. I will even pull the seat and throw it in the truck during short distance transporting just to help speed the process.

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    Join Date
    May 2008
    Northern CT
    Thanks for the advice! Im going to look into how the ski is vented to see if the water is actually coming in thru there. Much appreciated!

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