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    Chine Walker
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    Anybody using the spray skirt on their GPR?

    Are they hard to install? Do you just undo the 4 nuts under the front bumper?
    Thanks,
    j.p.


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    You have to do more than the 4 bolts it requires a little drilling and rivets. Both the skis I have them on they end up getting the front tucked up underneath the rail. I plan on removing them from mine.

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    Bill:
    Does it work as designed; does it control the nasty spray in the face? I guess I need to buy a rivet gun to install it, right? I guess the look of the "mustache" takes a little getting used to.

    jp

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    I have one on my ski, and yes it does stop most of the spray. I can ride in the winter up here in Canada and stay dry. I used machine screws and nuts with big washers and contact cement to hold it in place. The guard takes a lot of force from the waves.

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    CanadianGPR:
    Can you post some pics of your instalation?

    jp

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    i have one too.. and i took the front bumper off, but it goes around... so i need help aswell !! pics would be very appreciated!

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    I don't ride anything without them. That spray sucks. GPR and worse the RXP. The RXP is just annoying.
    Get over the looks and have dry glasses. Women love 'em too. The dry ride that is.

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    See if this helps with your install?

    http://www.hydrotoys.com/gpr/hull/splash.html

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    I read the install and it mentions the port side getting tucked up under the rail this happens on both of my skis can't say if it is the same side on both. seems I am always pulling it down.

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    Make it shorter (higher) on that side. It won't catch as much water, but will not tuck.

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