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    flush mount

    Quick question. Ive been flushing my 2004 sportster for two years and when i went to flush after use today, the tube in the back which you connect the mount to has only threads on the inside of it. I don't know if i lost a piece of my flush mount or a piece of the plastic tube which comes out the back. I'm assuming by the threads that something came off the boat?

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    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Lakeland, FL
    You lost the whole flush adaptor (plastic tube) that screws into the female threads, the exhaust helps losen them. Any dealer should have them in stock, either the regular or quick connect type. A little blue Loctite on the threads of your new one should keep it in place better.

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