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    Pics of my new Mline Seat Cover on my 97 SPX :)

    Been a while guys, took the ski out a few times this past month and it's been running great. Haven't ridden anywhere near as much as i'd like to but w/e, been cleaning her up and getting it the way I want slowly. My buddy says it's time for the graphics to go, and he's probably right..

    Ignore the hatch fading, I'll be working on that soon.

    Got fresh turf on and my new seat cover on (thanks to my mother-in-law's help while installing it!) Think we went through 500 staples

    Anywho, here's a pic below and a link to the album. This is a nice seat cover!

    http://picasaweb.google.com/javiert99/SPX#



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    Yes I like the Mline covers they are good quality and fit well. Hope you used stainless steel staples ???

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    Yes, those are stainless staples.. $10 per box of 1000!

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    Quote Originally Posted by javiert99 View Post
    My buddy says it's time for the graphics to go, and he's probably right..
    Seat cover is looking good...and I agree with your buddy

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    Cool seat cover. The problem with taking the graphics off on these older skis is that the gelcoat has faded from the sun. When you take the graphics off, the gelcoat looks brand new underneath and it hard to get the rest to match even with alot of polishing and waxing haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto-Madness View Post
    Cool seat cover. The problem with taking the graphics off on these older skis is that the gelcoat has faded from the sun. When you take the graphics off, the gelcoat looks brand new underneath and it hard to get the rest to match even with alot of polishing and waxing haha
    Yep, but with an orbital buffer, some rubbing compound, and some elbow grease you have a great looking bike

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    yup. and if he really lets me do what i want, we will wet sand it. the bottom needs a wet sand. i dont think just a buff will bring the shine back that i know is there. the paint hasent a nick on that ski. it will look great and bring back memories of my old 720 xp (i made it a 97 spx lookalike).

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    Did you purchase that directly from M line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike94ZLT1 View Post
    Did you purchase that directly from M line?
    Yep, straight from Mline

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