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    3 Reason's To NOT Lend Your Ski. Even If It Is The Slow One

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    I will let the pics speak for themselves.


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    how the heck do you do that to a wearring? I only let one person ride my ski and thats my brother. But i drive his 350Z though, He fuks up my shit ill fuk up his LOL....

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    One word. KIDS.. and shallow water. Pump is cracked halfway on the topside beside the siphon tubes. Prop is fouled. Wear ring actually did several revolutions in the pump.

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    kill him in his sleep. ;0)

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    Oh his dad is paying to fix it and "a few other mods to my rxp" He doesn't know I do the work myself. His dumb ass went to the STEALER - DEALER and got a 1500 dollar estimate to fix it. I ordered everything for just under 500.00 Turns out I get a 1000.00 shopping spree for my RXP. The way I see it is that he can borrow the GTI anytime he wants.

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    Yea, I had the same shit happened to me once, I rode a colleague of mine ski, and I sucked up a stone in it, cost me 250 to fix. Then I bought my own log.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Oh his dad is paying to fix it and "a few other mods to my rxp" He doesn't know I do the work myself. His dumb ass went to the STEALER - DEALER and got a 1500 dollar estimate to fix it. I ordered everything for just under 500.00 Turns out I get a 1000.00 shopping spree for my RXP. The way I see it is that he can borrow the GTI anytime he wants.
    Sometimes your the bug and sometimes your the windshield.

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    I might let him borrow it again in the spring. Before I know it I will have a turbo. So what a stage 9 or something like that.....

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    DAM THATS UGLY LOL, well my 2nd RXP belongs to my wife but my dad and buddy's ride it so I will be giving full lecture not to ride in shallow water LOL.. I did not mind on my polaris skis because they where old but not these newer RXPs is a different story LOL.. Cya Slick

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    Ive been far too generous in the past with letting people ride my ski!! I can point out a few spots of damage done to it. None of which was done by myself..

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