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    motor mount suggestions

    should you use solid mounts in a gprxp? i was planning on solid front only. any thoughts?


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    Im going solid front only, IMO the rears kind of work together to stabalize, the single front will want to wobble.

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    Any other opinions?

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    Yes, but only the front. the OEM seadoo mount is a wiggly piece of crap and their asymmetrical tripod is not favorable to drive line symmetry. the "solid" front mount allows vibration damping and up and down movement without the side to side that eats the drive line.

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