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    Ohh i know what you're saying....but if you condsired my machine was 2500 total and it ran and now 1500+ tax to rebuild it...why not buy a new machine...he he he

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    I've been hearing of $8,000 and $9,000 repair jobs on the new four strokes... so $1400 or so to rebuild an older seadoo doesn't seem so bad. By the way, that includes a rebuilt crank. And yes, while you can go out and buy another machine for almost that much - you'll probably run into the same problems very shortly down the line.

    Usually people like their machines and are willing to spend the cash. After all, it's junk with a blown motor unless you rip it apart and sell it off in pieces on Ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2blue
    Ohh i know what you're saying....but if you condsired my machine was 2500 total and it ran and now 1500+ tax to rebuild it...why not buy a new machine...he he he
    so sell it to me and i will rebuild it.

    i'll give ya $500 for it.

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    umm let me think about that....NO lol

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    you can buy these machines allday long for $2k so rebuilding it for $1500 ain't worth it

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