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    Versiplug?

    http://www.ejfengineering.com/EJF%20...VERSIPLUG.html

    What do you guys think about these? I was given this website and they look nice. Better than a leaky duckbill maybe?


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    I have these on my ski for a while... There's a guy that rides where we ride that use to make those exact plugs.. (butt plugs) as he called them but they work flawless! Not a bad thing to say about them... Best 30 bux I ever spent...

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    Is it 30 bucks for two of them? If so hot damn, i am buying some.

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    hold on... before I blow this guys spot up... This dude I ride with is friends with him and i got them them through him. I think I got the long time
    buddy / test rat price. I do not know what he sells them for but trust me.. These things are priceless!!!! We ride big surf at the inlet and my hull is always empty when it comes out of the water... My 97xp has them.. my 95 speedster, my gpr and my best friends gpr. These things really are worth whatever he charges for them!!

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    Just don't park your ski in the water for long periods of time. That was a tip from them at the world finals. They look like a nice product.

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    if your a person that leave's tie wraps, etc. in the bottom of your ski.

    These are not for you, the tie wrap, or screw or something, will stick the marble inside letting water in. Your ski will then be full of water...

    Get a peice of nylon and put it infront of these before you install them.

    dan the answer man, shared this info with me.

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    told ya chris.. there good products!

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    are they sold in pairs or singly? i have 2 gprs im going to put these on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJE View Post
    are they sold in pairs or singly? i have 2 gprs im going to put these on.

    They are sold single. I like them so far

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