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Thrust vector limited lifetime warranty

suke

Active Member
Messages
125
Ratings
48
Points
28
Location
Holly Springs, NC
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2009
Boat Model
AR
Boat Length
21
#1
Curious what does the warranty cover? I noticed what appears to be one of my thrust vectors bent.....at least it looks that way. Other one doesn't appear to look that way. Odd how it could bend, figured it would snap.

Best pics of have of it right now since I put the boat into storage. I was going to just email you guys, but figured the warranty info may be helpful to others. Also let me know if this is how it's supposed to be, since I'm new to this. 20181110_110955.jpg Screen Shot 2019-01-11 at 3.57.28 PM copy.jpg
 

djetok

Jet Boat Junkie
Messages
968
Ratings
908 11
Points
138
Location
Edmond, ok
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2015
Boat Model
SX
Boat Length
21
#2
@JetBoatPilot here or email them directly would be what I would do.
 

suke

Active Member
Messages
125
Ratings
48
Points
28
Location
Holly Springs, NC
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2009
Boat Model
AR
Boat Length
21
#4
Never did hear back, BUT if anyone is interested I was able to actually fix mine. Took a heat gun and warmed up the thrust vector real good, then took 2 pieces of plywood and put a C-clamp on them, and tightened that down real good. Left that overnight to cool and stay in form. This was the next morning when I took off the clamp and wood. Took it out after and it did great. No issues!
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