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    Towing a PWC

    Anyone know if there are issues towing a 2015 SeaDoo GTI in the water?

    For example, you break down and need to be towed home. Any restrictions?

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    RGUN's Avatar
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    Work: GTA ------------ ----------------- Play: Georgian Bay
    Same restrictions as other modern SeaDoos. Either restrict the tow speed to 13mph or less, or clamp the cross over hose.

    Page 105 in your owners manual.

    *edit* I believe the cross over hose may have a red sleeve over it to identify it but I could be incorrect on that point.

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    Space coast, FL (Brevard County)
    Quote Originally Posted by RGUN View Post
    Page 105 in your owners manual.
    Read that. You need to know how to be towed in advance of needing to be towed.

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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    Elephant Butte New Mexico
    correct, you need to clamp off the hose with the red band on it

    use a hose pincher ( they have round jaws) locking pliers will damage the hose.

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