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    Pics of New Exterior Mods on RXP

    Take a look at the following:
    - Handle Bar Grips (HD)
    - Color scheme is now BLACK | CHROME | SILVER








    - Ray (sundance)


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    Way cool Sundance, you did a nice job! ...PR...

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    Looks really good, black/chrome are always a good combo.

    Jay

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    lookin good man!!! very nice

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    Thats looke cool, but I see one thing wrong The bottom of you ski is getting abused you don't want that could leave gouge marks I wish my lake looked that calm, I'd be tearing it up

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    that ski looks familiar

    Looks good Ray!

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    Is that a M-line seat cover? Looks nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteshauling
    Thats looke cool, but I see one thing wrong The bottom of you ski is getting abused you don't want that could leave gouge marks I wish my lake looked that calm, I'd be tearing it up
    good question... how do you launch the skis from the flaoting docks? you have a davit or hoist or something? put some protection on those wood bunks

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    Yes--that is a M Line seat cover. The way the Doos are launched is that if you look close at the three quarter front view left side of Doo you will see a cable attached to the platform--a like cable on the other side of the platform which you cant see in the picture. At the front of the platform (the way the RXP is pointed ) the platform is hinged and will pivot. Those cables are attached to a boat lift motor--I hit the switch down and the platform starts going down at the end closest to the rear of the Doo. When the platform gets on about a twenty degree angle--the Doo will almost float off the platform. Put the ski in reverse and off you go. Come back onto the platform at idle--ski stops where you see it it the picture-hit the switch and up it comes and time to go get a cold beer. Dont know if the chrome reverse handle on the Doo shows too good in the pictures.The pictures were taken weekend of Feb. 25.

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    Steve he lowers the end of the deck in the water and no there is no carpet are anything on the bunks. It just slides up on it nice when he has it lowered.

    Ray hoo painted your hood? Looks good.

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