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    Update, Added rear tie down hoops to GPR/XLT hull

    I always hated the rear tie down set up on the Xlt's/GPR's so I updated to the 4 stroke way. New set of FZR ties downs are cheap!
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    Just relax and enjoy the ride. XLT Chad's Avatar
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    They look good.

    Forgive my memory. Are those new to that location or are they a replacement?

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    Is there reinforcement material inside the hull at the mounting locations?

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    Nothing was there before. Probably 4 inches from where the rear step would mount if you added one. Looked inside there was no reinforcement in that spot either. Also Its pretty thick when i drilled through. Lastly if you look at the new 4 stroke there is not reinforcing in the tie down location either. Should be fine.

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