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    Seadoo Snap-on Fenders

    Just pick up my new RXPX with speed tie and snap on fenders install! Looks great and will protect my new sexy ski!

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    Are those the fenders from Seadoo? I thought there was a mounting bracket that needed to be used on non- spark models

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    The entire 2014 lineup has the holes for these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RINO View Post
    The entire 2014 lineup has the holes for these.
    Incorrect, only the spark comes equip to receive these fenders. Any other ski requires a separate installation kit where the brackets in the picture are installed.

    http://store.sea-doo.com/product/0/2...nap-in_Fenders

    -last bullet point in the description
    Last edited by Copper&Black; 04-24-2014 at 12:33 PM.

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    How long does it take to get them snapped in on the fly...coming into the dock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by em-dubya View Post
    Are those the fenders from Seadoo? I thought there was a mounting bracket that needed to be used on non- spark models
    Yes, those fenders came from Seadoo Spark! But on different models, you must install Seadoo Snap-on fenders brackets kit for $20 more! Drilling is required!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chets ls3 View Post
    How long does it take to get them snapped in on the fly...coming into the dock?
    It take me like few secs! They are pretty nice and quick to put it on and off! It protects the ski very good!

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    do those fenders have holes for rope? the original ones did.... and you needed to use them because in a decent wave, the fenders would pop off and float away....

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    I made something like this from pool noodles and found unless you have one at every bump(about 4 or 6) point it's only good for calm water docking against boats and walls. My rub rail was still contacting a sea wall when other boats came by.

    FYI guys a cut pool noodle grabs our rails perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    I made something like this from pool noodles and found unless you have one at every bump(about 4 or 6) point it's only good for calm water docking against boats and walls. My rub rail was still contacting a sea wall when other boats came by.

    FYI guys a cut pool noodle grabs our rails perfectly
    Awesome idea!

    Totally going to give this a shot.

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