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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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    I do too much playing and jumping waves for it but I can see it working for a long cruise. I would like to see pics of it installed just to get an idea of how it looks and installs on the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spatera View Post
    I do too much playing and jumping waves for it but I can see it working for a long cruise. I would like to see pics of it installed just to get an idea of how it looks and installs on the ski.

    i do the same thing with my ski i jump waves and race and such with this on the back. i put a bungee cord across the lid in order to make sure none of my beverages jump out. but it holds on for the ride just fine. by the way it is a no tools needed install . and there is no sliding or play in the fit of this.

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    contact information:

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    lookin good......here is an adventure rack that i found a long time ago.....maybe this will give u some ideas on pricing and potential set-up of ur racks......http://www.pwctours.com/adventurack.asp
    good luck......takes alot of work and determination to get where u r now....all the best

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    If this mounts on to the rear of the ski hhmm 1-1.5 mph what do you guys think?

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    here are the pics as promised

    you can also go to www.myspace.com/seadoocrew and view the photo albums there. please feel free to contact me with any questions or orders. i take paypal. and checks once they clear work begins.
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    Whats it made out of aluminum I hope. I was thinking about making 1 for the bow of the wr3 I had ,sold,. so now I yust bungee a soft sided one to the bow of the vxr pro

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    materials are steel that has been sand blasted and primered and then sealed with 3-5 mil of rubberized undercoating. which is easily repaired if you ding it by grabbing a new can at auto zone or any parts house and respraying. mine has been perfect since i originally did it. no dings yet. once mounted it will not move period. i am in the process of designing a gas rack as well. to hold one or two 5 gal. fuel containers. once i get an order for that i will put that up for sale as well.

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