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    installed the SeaDoo snap-in fenders this afternoon..

    fairly simple install, you just need to be careful drilling the 1/2" hole (the drill bit tends to want to walk to the end of the rail when it hits the fiberglass underneath the rail), I started the holes with a smaller bit and the 1/2" bit still pushed to the end of the rail...... other than that it's a piece of cake!

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    Does it come with two of the attachment points or four in the kit?

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    I love them on my 2014 RXPX! But those holes are annoy when you ride! It shoots water up to hole and sprays your legs.

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    Good to know Jack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackmcd View Post
    I love them on my 2014 RXPX! But those holes are annoy when you ride! It shoots water up to hole and sprays your legs.
    I'll find out how annoying that is tomorrow! hehe....

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    Take a short piece of black rope, 6" long, tie a knot in one end and push through the hole. Gravity will keep it in place an stop the spray. If you ever lose one, just make another. You almost can't see them against the rub rail. Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornado34 View Post
    Take a short piece of black rope, 6" long, tie a knot in one end and push through the hole. Gravity will keep it in place an stop the spray. If you ever lose one, just make another. You almost can't see them against the rub rail. Just a thought.

    I neither saw nor felt any water spray coming through the hole for the bumper... no need to do anything!
    I rode through some pretty rough chop and very smooth water today.. and nothing.

    we stopped at a bar on the beach and I had a chance to use the bumpers on a floating dock, they worked like a charm! money well spent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dystaxia View Post
    Does it come with two of the attachment points or four in the kit?

    two come in the kit.

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    gotta LOVE SeaDoo engineering!
    these snap-in fenders combined with the speed ties makes is so incredibly easy to tie up to any dock!

    was out on Sunday with a couple of friends who have Yamaha waverunners and watching them fumble with rope and bumpers was very entertaining! haha!

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    look good
    Last edited by gbest; 07-15-2014 at 05:25 PM.

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