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Hi. Treegator that was installed last fall has a pin-size hole in it near the bottom. Is this covered under the warranty?

Treegator was removed over the winter and when I reinstalled it last weekend I discovered a pin-size hole leaking water pretty fast. I didn't think much of it last fall when I filled it, just assumed the ground was dry and that's how the Treegator worked. I have several to inspect before I reinstall, so hoping I don't find anymore. Terrain is grassy around the area. Thanks.

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Yeah, its your flex pipe, i would recommend just spending the extra money. also, for the guy above me, a u joint is on your drive train, not the exhaust, so dont listen to that, a u joint wont do ****, u need the flex pipe, or if u wanna risk it, just put a straight pipe in there, but the problem with that is the flex prevents ur exhaust from cracking and then falling off...so, in the long run, ull definitely want a flex pipe, so put the extra money into it now, and ull save money in the future

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Hey there Dave,

Had the same thing happen to my Wrangler about three years ago.
It was the weep hole too.

I drained the coolant, dried the weep hole and plugged it with a small amount of that solid epoxy they market to fix holes in gas tanks. I refilled the radiator and the plug held.

It's still holding.
Just an alternative option

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