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To answer your question no, there is no way to patch the line. When the trim is working, there can be over 3000 psi in that line, there is no patch that would hold that kind of pressure. If you have to tow the boat, what you would need to do is disconnect the trim cylinders and lift the drive up by hand, and tie it off.
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