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    Ultra-300x and a "Wet" Front Storage Bucket

    Is this what you guys were talking about - in an attempt to minimize the amount of water entering the front storage bucket?

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    exactly ed you are a good listener wish there were more guys like you that actually take it all in

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    Whats the extra rope for...?..towing SeaDoos...?.....JK

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    a good listener wish there were more guys like you that actually take it all in
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    You guys are the ones that are kind enough to share your "learned experiences" with us less knowlegable, and the truth of the matter is, "wish there were more guys like you that actually share their real-life experiences with the rest of us".

    It seems that you Aussies are the REAL contributors to this Kawasaki Forum - with the exception of some others (Fire, MeanGreen, and certainly some others).

    Thanks for the free education - and especially the humor that goes along with it all !!!
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    Whats the extra rope for...?..towing SeaDoos...?.....JK
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    That 2nd rope is a learned trick while launching independently, where I tie the front of my ski to the West Ramp and the rear of my ski to the East Ramp - so it's not "banging" the ramp while I proceede to park my vehicle. Those launch ramps are really suited for "higher profile" vessels (boats). In this way, my ski does not take a "barnacle" bashing at the ramp.

    In the plastic container with the screw-on top is some stuff I want to keep dry, yet I may not need that now - after heading the advice from our friends "Down Under".

    Lastly - in the green bag is my blue "Australian Anchor" - Reference:

    http://cooperanchors.com.au/

    Good Day Mate !!!!

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    pretty much how mine is set up ed, when i had my accident everything stayed floating and didnt get lost on the bottom, i keep a fire extinguisher in the container and i have a six pack soft esky that holds all the valuables together and my coopers and rope in a bag with a short docking rope sitting ontop

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    what is the product you used for that? from home despot? (depot)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooling View Post
    Is this what you guys were talking about - in an attempt to minimize the amount of water entering the front storage bucket?

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    Hey Ed, thats looks exactly like Mal's storage bin but he has an anchor bag with different writing on it...I think from memory it said bondage bag. I told him he didn't need chain or leather straps for the anchor but he insisted it was a must. Also had some wierd solid rubber hand grips he used often on his ski. Said it eliminated arm pump but Im not sure. Even tried to show me how good his knots are but I got scared when he tried to tie me to a tree and made a run for it. Lovely guy but he's into some freaky $hit lately.

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    How come you guy's haven't got the genuine tub bag.
    It is waterproof?
    http://www.kawasaki.com.au/genuine-a...mber=W99995468
    Mine has the cooper and everything in it.
    It's great when you pull up for brekky.
    you just lift the bag out and take all your valuables with you.

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    Come on Jim, then why did you get a little twinkle in your eye when you thought I had a pair off ass-less chaps in your size stored in the bucket?

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    i have some coming but wont use it all the time, storing everything together in the one bag you might as well just throw it all in the tub as ED has

    Quote Originally Posted by wot recession View Post
    How come you guy's haven't got the genuine tub bag.
    It is waterproof?
    http://www.kawasaki.com.au/genuine-a...mber=W99995468
    Mine has the cooper and everything in it.
    It's great when you pull up for brekky.
    you just lift the bag out and take all your valuables with you.

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