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    1993 GTX Drain Plug

    Hello all, hoping that someone can possibly give me some advice on the whole drain plug thingy . I still have it and use it so that isn't the problem....the problem is that it is deteriorating and is a fight to get it out when I am done with the machine for the day. I have been trying to find a replacement but the one I have doesn't seem to be made any more. The big question is, would I be able to replace it with another one? This is the one that is currently there. Only good thing is right now I am winterizing and have the whole winter to find and replace it.

    Thanks for your help folks!

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    You may want to ask this in the seadoo forums, but I'll help as best I can. That appears to be a standard T-handle type plug, and should be available anywhere marine parts and accessories are sold. Where are you from? I was able to find one in a matter of minutes at Fleet Farm on their website.

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    Thanks Beernutz, I'm in Alberta Canada and the plugs around here seem to be plastic. I will see if I can just order it from Fleet Farm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beernutz View Post
    You may want to ask this in the seadoo forums, but I'll help as best I can. That appears to be a standard T-handle type plug, and should be available anywhere marine parts and accessories are sold. Where are you from? I was able to find one in a matter of minutes at Fleet Farm on their website.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy-Ann View Post
    ... give me some advice on the whole drain plug thingy .

    ... would I be able to replace it with another one?

    I will suggest you replace that old style drain plug with a new captive style drain plug.



    I have done this on older Polaris hulls, should work for your Seadoo.

    Be careful to dril the pilot holes for the screws to the correct size. Too small a pilot hole will either crack the gel coat or break the screw when you try to force it in.

    Tip: Put a small bead of sealant between the flange on the new drain plug and the hull.

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