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    Dumb Question - Hose clamp

    How can I reach the exhaust hoseclamp that attaches the hose that exists through the hull?

    I managed to get to the other three OK and they were all way too loose. Anyone with a new 250X would be mad not to check these clamps!

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    Formerly Ultra250 TN Aquaholic6801's Avatar
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    You can either do a reach around with a socket, 8mm i think, or wrench, or acess it by taking the exhaust exit nozzle all the way off.

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    Mine and everyone I know with a 250 already got stuck due to the loose hoses lol... I while floating alone in the freezing ocean last month took the seat off and stuck my hand all the way back there just enough to get that damn thing on to ride home slow and have it pop off 5 more times on the way.. What a retarded thing to do to such a nice bike... Think they'd call ya and tell ya hey bring it back maybe take a look before ya get stuck 14 000 later...

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    I had been reading the posts, and asked my dealer to check them before delivery, which he told me he did. I now know he didn't do that or anything else. (Actually, thats not really true, he was kind enough to overfill my engine oil!)

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