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    Jagsy
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    Which Ski Cover

    Could anyone please advise me on which is the best ski cover and where I may be able to purchase one. It would be for the 08 Seadoo RXP-X.
    All advice welcome


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    Welcome to the Board jagsy!
    I know this is subject to opinions, but the OEM covers are by far the best. if your just looking to keep the dust off your ski, then really any cover will do the job.

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    I did not have good fitment with Gladiator covers from Overton`s. I sent that one back.

    Some will advise you to not tow with a cover on the ski, bc it will rub the hull i9n certain areas making the surface dull over repeated use. But if the conditions demand it then most definitely use it.

    I recently purchased an 08 OEM cover for the GP1300R. haven`t tried it yet, but it`s in my possesion in the event that I need it!...PR...

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    The OEM cover.....by far, best fitment and it is trailerable!!

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    My riva cover has fitting for extended handlebars and costs a little less than OEM and is a good quality cover..just FYI

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    PR do you know if the OEM cover for the rxp fits with umi steering, and umi bars, not motorcycle bars..got the steering setup sitting in my shopping cart

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbull View Post
    PR do you know if the OEM cover for the rxp fits with umi steering, and umi bars, not motorcycle bars..got the steering setup sitting in my shopping cart
    From what I was told and read here, I don`t think so.
    I had the wider kawi black bars on the GTX and it was a no go.
    some peeps had taken their covers to an upholstery shop and had it modified.

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    Jagsy
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    Thanks for the feedback guys, seems as though OEM is the way to go, I guess you get what you pay for

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbull View Post
    PR do you know if the OEM cover for the rxp fits with umi steering, and umi bars, not motorcycle bars..got the steering setup sitting in my shopping cart
    Redbull, If your umi setup is any different or longer than stock, I would be willing to bet that the OEM would not fit. My OEM cover (07) is very tight on my 04 rxp stock setup. In fact you have to have everthing perfect and lineing up or you want be able to get the cover on.
    As far as stock setup the OEM cover travels very well down the highway because is so tight.

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