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    Seadoo Speed Tie?

    Anybody use it? I was thinking about putting it on our new RXTX. Is it anygood?


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    I installed the one up front under the bars on my Rxtx. Sleek and convenient but almost never retracts back and have to fight it to retract.

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    I ordered '14 RXPX with Speed Tie and Snap on Fenders and I think it can be very useful! Cant wait to pick it up next week and play with it!

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    Troy I have them on mine. Front and rear.

    Front is is great and will work 70% of time. Any chop though the rear helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackmcd View Post
    I ordered '14 RXPX with Speed Tie and Snap on Fenders and I think it can be very useful! Cant wait to pick it up next week and play with it!
    Did you have to order the adapter bracket for the fenders as well?

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    Installed one near the bars on my 2010 RXTX. Retract can be like starting an old lawn mower but I think it's worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by em-dubya View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackmcd View Post
    I ordered '14 RXPX with Speed Tie and Snap on Fenders and I think it can be very useful! Cant wait to pick it up next week and play with it!
    Did you have to order the adapter bracket for the fenders as well?
    Yes, I did order that too!

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    I think I am going to have to order the new bumpers as well...Not that I tie up to a dock much but they do not have rubber coating or old tires on the side of the docks. Raw wood and that will screw up gel coat with the quickness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post
    I think I am going to have to order the new bumpers as well...Not that I tie up to a dock much but they do not have rubber coating or old tires on the side of the docks. Raw wood and that will screw up gel coat with the quickness
    My dealer said the only bumpers they sell are for the Spark and don't fit the other models. Which bumpers are you talking about? Do they fit well or look out of place? Adapter bracket mounts on the Sea-Doo or the bumper?

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    Have them side and rear on mine. Pulled the rear one all the way out yesterday and it wouldn't retract so I took it apart and wd-40'd it to death. Works better now.

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