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Landonhall40

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First post on here so be gentle. So rebuilding a 02 GTX and have completely rebuilt everything on it. Went to check vent nipple and while loosening the brass thread broke off does anyone know of a fix for this or can you plug this vent line don't really understand this vent line. Aslo apparently this a beyond rare part because every place I have tried has it on back order.
Thanks in advance.
 

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Agreed, not sure what brass vent nipple you are asking about.
 

Landonhall40

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I would post link to diagram but not allowed said I do not have enough points to post links.
 

Pwnage1337

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What is that supposed to be threaded into?

Almost looks like pipe thread on the end that is broken. I assume that the other end is just a nipple.

Are the broken pieces stuck inside of whatever it was threaded into? If it was mine I would drill out the broken pieces and see if regular pipe thread would thread into it. If it doesn't, perhaps you could drill and tap it for a pipe thread and use a $2 fitting instead of trying to get one from Sea-Doo
 

DanSquires

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Oh you've got a DI, and that is the CB vent line. I had to replace one of those a few years ago, i think I was lucky and found it at my local ace hardware store, but I don't honestly remember 100%.
I'm sure someone like @Minnetonka4me has those laying around
 

Landonhall40

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What is that supposed to be threaded into?

Almost looks like pipe thread on the end that is broken. I assume that the other end is just a nipple.

Are the broken pieces stuck inside of whatever it was threaded into? If it was mine I would drill out the broken pieces and see if regular pipe thread would thread into it. If it doesn't, perhaps you could drill and tap it for a pipe thread and use a $2 fitting instead of trying to get one from Sea-Doo
I can not figure out what thread size it is and no I was able to thread the wrest out. Thank God cause it threads next to counter on bottom end and did not want to take that apart again.
 

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