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    XLT VS XL

    HEY GUYS i recently picked up a Xl800, but the plastics and seats on it are kinda trashed. I have a very MINT xlt hull kicking around, Now i know that the hulls are exactly the same the only difference is the plastics and seats. Had anyone seen XLT plastics on a XL ?


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    if your going 03 plastics the reverse handle is different and you have to add couple of extra 10mm holes for top plastic. besides that your good to go! easy swap!

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    yea thats what i figured taking apart the xlt... good thing i got everything! thanks for the heads up on drilling, ill have to bring my drill with me when i head out to the yard

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    The xlt hull bottom is different than a XL hull in that some experienced a lean to either side on the XL hull that Yamaha fixed on the xlt.

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