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    Arrow Hydro turf mats peel and stick?

    I have read you can get Hydro turf mats in a "peel and stick" version for a little more, instead of using glue. I found the regular ones (I assume) but where do I get the peel and stick ones? How much more is it? Are they better than the ones you glue yourself?
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    I have tried search but didnt see a direct response I needed


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    I have used them twice now with no problems.

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    the peel and stick ones?

    I found a bunch but i dont know which ones they are, if theyre the glue or self stick ones?
    where did you get yours?

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    I contacted Hydro Turf directly. IMO the diamond pattern is the best.

    I was referring to the P&S rather than the messy glue.

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    It's actually called Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA). When purchasing directly from Hydro Turf, you can specify for an additional $20 that you want the mats with PSA. They use a 3M product. It's very simple to use. I just received my new mats yesterday with the PSA backing. Makes the installation process a bit easier and prevents messy clean ups.

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    Tell hydroturf you are a PWCToday.com member and you'll get 15% off your order....

    PWCToday.com is now selling some new matts called black tip that are a little cheaper that come with the PSA already on...

    I put some X2 mats down with the PSA and they seem to be holding tight.

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    Hydroturf also offers that discount to Greenhulk members...

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    Didn't know that, I suggested to Jerry he should call and ask them about it, or sell it on his site... he said thanks for the heads up, but I never heard anything about it.

    I try to stay away from those clowns at the other site.

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    How much did you pay for them from hydro turf directly? I can get them for $80 shipped on ebay (glue kind tho) I just hate how the manufacturer always jack up the price, but with the discount it might equal out? I was looking for the black ones but if I like something else im interested....How much did you pay shipped for the p&s tho?

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    Neverminndd just found everything on the website along with all the other colors and designs....prob going to go with the camo snow with cut grooves..


    Now im liking the diamond cut black....too many too choose from, idk what to get with what color, idk how the gray would look with the silver on the ski....guess i need to get some samples

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