RDC Instructional GUIDE
Overview of the RDC Handling and Use
Unpacking and Inflating the RDC
Attaching the Tow Strap Assembly
Installing the PWC Tow Bar
Installing the Snowmobile Tow Bar
Installing the Motor Mount and Strap Assembly
Installing the Tow Shield Assembly
Installing the Floor Top Carpet
Basic Operations: RDC Fill Valve
Basic Operations: RDC Relief Valve
Releasing a Stuck Valve Poppet
Replacing the RDC Fill Valve
On the Water Operations
Deflating and Packing the RDC
How to repair an accidental rip or tear
As an RDC owner, there may be a situation when you notice that your craft is loosing air pressure, and you suspect a leak. The following videos will help you identify the type of leak you may have, and the correct procedure to repair the problem.
Does your RDC need repair?
This video will help you identify the problem.
REPAIR A PINHOLE LEAK
If you suspect a slow pinhole leak.
REPAIR A PUNCTURE HOLE
For a slightly larger hole, or puncture.
What materials are required?
Ensure you have the proper tools.
REPAIR A RIP OR TEAR
For an obvious rip or tear.
What is material wicking?
How to identify and repair