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    What's the best way to mount a cooler?

    How do you carry your beer, gatoraide, snacks on a GPR? Do you mount a cooler or just use front bucket? I am going on my first extended ride sun mon and tuesday and just curious what you long distance riders do for refreshments?


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    There is a little cooler that is contoured to fit for the front bucket. I see them on ebay all the time but just looked and couldnt find it. When its not a cooler I use it to store stuff - its much easier to pull the bag out instead of reaching for the bottom.

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    Thanks for looking for that. I am thinking that weight would be better in back of ski for rideability, but not sure how much 7-8 lbs would make in nose?

    If you run across that link, please shoot it to me.. I get off work in a few minutes and will see what I can come up with. Maybe a collapsable nylon cooler or something?

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    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/waverunn.../0/detail.aspx

    That is the cooler bow pack.


    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/waverunn.../0/detail.aspx

    That is the stern pack.


    I personally want to buy a bow pack but havent got around to it yet.

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    They also make a bag that straps to the grab handle and fits the contour of the rear of the ski. I think they are listed on Yamaha's web site. I think they are like $80.00, but I come across them every so often on Ebay for pretty cheap.

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    Tie it to the grab handle. A little extra weight on the back might even lift the nose a little.

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    From behind! You may have to buy it dinner first, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    From behind! You may have to buy it dinner first, though.
    ROFL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    From behind! You may have to buy it dinner first, though.
    WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    From behind! You may have to buy it dinner first, though.
    Phuck it & feed it fishheads,no sense in starting any bad habits

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