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    Ballast bag leak

    I have a leak around one of my pnp ballast bag input ports. I have a new (larger) bag on order but wondering if there is a quick fix solution while I wait for my new bags. Thanks.
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    It's kind of hard to tell but it looks like the bag ripped/delaminated from the fitting. New bag is the fix usually. Ive never tried it but HH-66 and a patch may get you back in business or at least slow the leak. Going to be tough so closed the the tread in quick connect tho....

    Is that the vent line on top of the bag or a fill/drain on the bottom?

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    It is a fill on the bottom of the bag. I tried a jb weld epoxy from Home Depot but it did not hold. Hopefully wakemakers sends my new pnp bags this week.

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    Back in the good ol' days a 2006 22ve
    Based on the fitting, it looks like a wakemakers sac anyway.

    Did you determine what size those are? What size are you going with? Our custom rzx sac holds 900# each.
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    Mike, I just sent you an email.

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