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    allisondriver
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    spray skirt

    Has anyone put one on their RXP?I've installed them on my Ultra and the wife's 1100 Waveraider,so I know how to do it,but the RXP will need a lot more trimming on the bumper and side rails.Always looking for an idea that will save some work!Thanks.Oh yea,before you go and post about us being sissies(LOL),note that we ride year round(temps into the 40's,full wetsuit,dive boots and gloves,sometimes a mask),and that 3 of us are planning a "polar bear ride" where it has to be below 32.All are welcome to join us on the Chickahominy River for this one!


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    Welcome to the board.

    Take the hard plastic piece out of the front of the bumper. Makes the rest of it, just as easy as your other skis.

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    there was one on my rxp when i bought it. First 8 ft wave I jumped it was gone. Save your money.

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    Then you did it wrong.

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    Thanks Mark;yesterday,I was wondering if that peice really needed to stay in there.jbsr,unless we're lucky enough to catch a loaded freighter on the James River,we never see waves that big(it sure is a hoot when ya do!).

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    Just make sure the splash deflector is mounted high enough under the rail. Some folks use SST screws and nuts to secure it. Some folks even use strips of metal behind the rail to hold the deflector to the back of the rail.

    I like the flame cutout one from Jet-trim for it's looks and durability.

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    I used ss hardware along with fender washers on every screw.
    Required some drill for new holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    I used ss hardware along with fender washers on every screw.
    Required some drill for new holes.
    i do same

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    ss hardewear, with lock washers extra holes with ppg flexible splash guard its not going anywhere rough water or not.

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    It's a done deal.Thanks to all for the advice,Tom

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