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  • 2006 X2 Ballast Plumbing Diagram

    Does anyone have a 2006 X2 Ballast Plumbing Diagram?
    I’ve found some diagrams online but not a 2006ish that matches mine (front over flow drains are on the starboard side).
    I’d like to find out how I access and possibly replace the hoses if they’ve dry rotted and are leaking?

    Anyone have a diagram or a pointy talky?

    Thank you!!
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    2006 X2: GSA, Port Custom 1550#, Starboard 820#, 600# X2 horseshoe in the bow, Rub Rail Docking Lights

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    If you remove the carpeted panel in the back of the engine compartment you can view & access the hoses.
    https://teamtalk.mastercraft.com/sho...=28862&t=28862

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    • #3
      Thank you!
      Removing the rear panel allows me to access the pumps but not all the hose.
      I think if I need to replace the kgb hose the best idea would be to connect the new hose to the old with a barb fitting and pull it through.

      What I’m unsure of is where to find the over flow hose from the kgb tank.

      Originally posted by Keep on Tryin' View Post
      If you remove the carpeted panel in the back of the engine compartment you can view & access the hoses.
      https://teamtalk.mastercraft.com/sho...=28862&t=28862
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      2006 X2: GSA, Port Custom 1550#, Starboard 820#, 600# X2 horseshoe in the bow, Rub Rail Docking Lights

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Hawgdriver View Post
        Thank you!
        Removing the rear panel allows me to access the pumps but not all the hose.
        I think if I need to replace the kgb hose the best idea would be to connect the new hose to the old with a barb fitting and pull it through.

        What I’m unsure of is where to find the over flow hose from the kgb tank.

        You can see the overflow hose if you remove the floor hatch where you get to the front drain plug. If you don’t have an overflow sack or sacks it just runs from there to the overflow on the starboard side of the boat. It his thread has a couple of pictures:

        https://teamtalk.mastercraft.com/showthread.php?t=25491

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