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had my Prowler XTZ out in the weekend, crossed a litte water not even over the floor boards, the belt got wet, thought I was stranded, is this normal ? :wtf1:
 

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not normal

I would check vent lines to make sure they are sealed up...these units are known for the deep mud and water crossings.
 

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I have snorkled mine, dielectric grease on everything..pluged up the Carburetor vent...and STILL get water in the Carburetor? I drain the line and she starts right back up. I cannot not for the life of me figure out....WHY??? Everyone says it is because Cats Don't like Water!! :wtf1: Any IDEAS?
 

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:)It will take some patience sometimes you can overtighten the hose clamps and create a wrinkle in the tubing and get a leak that way...Always use spray silicone on the tubing when you slide them together and use the snug not tight method. Another method is after you assemble the tube plug it at one end and apply air at the other and feel for leaks (not to much pressure you will blow it apart). 30min. now will save you 2hrs. on the trail. If you do not have air you can do the same and fill it with water if water can get in water will leak out. hope this get you on the right path.:)
 
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