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    broken drain assembly

    FZR has both drain assemblies broken, they look like they were way over tightened and there is no protective coating on them. Anyone had this issue before? I checked them on my 2007 FX HO and they were fine. Ski has less than an hour on it.

    Here's a link to the part, its part 30 on hull and deck section.

    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/waverunner/parts/home.aspx


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    Quote Originally Posted by mazy View Post
    FZR has both drain assemblies broken, they look like they were way over tightened and there is no protective coating on them. Anyone had this issue before? I checked them on my 2007 FX HO and they were fine. Ski has less than an hour on it.

    Here's a link to the part, its part 30 on hull and deck section.

    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/waverunner/parts/home.aspx
    Link does not bring you to the page.

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    yea, its weird like that, sorry. yamaha won't let me post the actual link. but its the piece the drain plug screws into

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    thanks its part 30

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    ..so has this happened to anyone else before on any yami ski?

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    Fixed it today, seemingly simple task no?....no... its impossilbe to get to the nuts from inside the hull even with a 3 foot socket wrench You can get the first nut on by using a right angle needle nose pliers but the other, forget about it! Ended up taking a 8mm nut wrench and bending it to a 90 degree angle with a propane torch Using that you can stick the nut in the wrench and squeeze it through the drain plug. <--- only way to do it. Hope this saves people time in the future!

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