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    PWC Cooler Rack

    Ok folks i have been working on this and trying to get it perfected (if you will) i would love to get some feedback on this item i have developed. feel free to critique or comment. if you would be interested in purchasing something like this please let me know also. i have not started taking any orders (yet) i am in the process of i guess you would say R&D at the moment. i will have pictures of it mounted to he rear of my GTX this weekend. there are no holes to be drilled or any damage done to the ski. i am considering building them and trying to sell (on here and craigslist and maybe even EBAY) i plan on offering a 90 day structural warranty on them. coolers and rod holders are optional but available. i plan on building them as a one off type deal but made to fit with one measurement from the buyer so with that being said take a look and feel free to comment as you see fit. i guess i need to know price range you think would work and would you yourself purchase something like this for use? i can take custom orders as well ( may take a little longer to build). so let us begin. and thank you for looking.
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    Pics.

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    Very nice!! I assume it sits on the back of an RXP or RXT. Maybe a pic or 2 of it on a ski would be nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Very nice!! I assume it sits on the back of an RXP or RXT. Maybe a pic or 2 of it on a ski would be nice...
    +1
    Also could this be made to hold extra fuel cans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Very nice!! I assume it sits on the back of an RXP or RXT. Maybe a pic or 2 of it on a ski would be nice...

    yes it does sit on the back of the ski as you thought. you can have a few options to secure it none of which are invasive. and i will post pictures on here Saturday afternoon after i get it strapped on the back and get some shots. thanks for looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by SearayEX12 View Post
    +1
    Also could this be made to hold extra fuel cans?
    yes it can be made to accomodate extra fuel cans or made specifically to hold one or two fuel cans or simply sit one inside as is and strap it down that way. thanks for looking.

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    Looks nice. Pics installed on a rxp or t would be better. We like to travel on ours and something like this would come in handy. Just a thought how would you get back on the boarding ladder if you fell off or jumped?
    John
    What are they made of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04gtxsc View Post
    Looks nice. Pics installed on a rxp or t would be better. We like to travel on ours and something like this would come in handy. Just a thought how would you get back on the boarding ladder if you fell off or jumped?
    John
    What are they made of?
    this is completely unobtrusive in regards to the boarding ladder. it does not change or hinder that process. they are made of a metal frame 1/16-1/8th wall thickness. and then that is rubberized with undercoating to completely seal out corrosion and water. I live near the beach in Houston and that is pretty much the environment it is subjected to. thanks for looking...

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    What are they made of? What is the rubberized coating on? I guess it will be more clear when you get pics on a ski.
    Thanks
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    Let me know how much you want for one of those....., I have that little cooler already. Just thow the rod holders on and mail it to me.

    BTW..... Needs a baitboard attachment.

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