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    Tampa, FL

    Understanding the RXT coolant tank

    After a very wet ocean ride today, I began cleaning out my '08 RXT and applying plenty of XP-S lube inside the hull. I removed the bolted-on plastic covering beneath the seat, which also has clips that hold the coolant tank. My coolant tank has two hoses coming off of it. One black and one clear hose. The clear hose appears to just come out of the top of the tank, loop down around the bottom, and point back upwards, and it's not connected to anything. Is this normal? Or did I dislodge the clear tube's connection somehow? What's the purpose of the clear hose?

    The ski in this picture isn't mine, but the basic setup looks the same. One black tube, and a clear tube that comes off the oppossite side and may or may not be connected to anything.

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    Oct 2005
    Lexington, KY
    The clear tube is just an over flow, it just goes to the bottom of the hull.

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    Peterstown, WV
    That is normal.

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