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  1. #1
    JFizzleJR's Avatar
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    Aug 2005

    Thumbs down Coolant on Bottom of Hull

    1/2 the bottle of coolant found it's way to the bottom of my hull over winter

    Any guesses on what I did wrong and if there could be any damage??

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    oklagp1200r's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    Newcastle, Oklahoma
    Probley just those wire hose clamps leaking where the coolant lines enter and exit the ride plate!
    Look in the back of your ski inside the engine compartment where the drain plugs are and you will see the hoses Iam talking about. One on each side.

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    Apr 2006
    South Ogden, Utah
    yeah, it happened to me this winter too. Except my entire bottle was under the engine. Still have not found the leak. Then again, it has gotten over 100 degrees warmer in the past 3 months so somehow Im not surprised it happened to me. Dont think my 50/50 mixture handled it too well. I know, I should have switched it with RV coolant but forgot.

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