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    Splash Guard on a GP

    Which splash guard fit better on a 65U gp1200? I remember one was better just cant remember? there is a 20.00 price difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krispaintballz View Post
    Which splash guard fit better on a 65U gp1200? I remember one was better just cant remember? there is a 20.00 price difference.
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    I have an older stitched jet trim one. It's held up well so far, but I think this might be it's last season.

    It comes back to approximately where the gas cap is....
    http://www.jettrim.com/products/inde...ctid=2&imgid=8

    About the same size as that. If it helps at all.

    FWIW I think mine is alot prettier, haha. Never hurts to call jet trim, they are always helpful when I talk to them.


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    For you or the stocker?

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    Kris,
    I have Both styles. The one mounted on my '99 GP800 is the rubber style that Riva sold (I believe this was a private label Hydroturf did for them). The other is mounted on my C/F boat and it is the one that cost's less. Both fit well, but I like the way the rubber one looks better, and I think it performs slightly better.
    Mike
    I'll try to post some pics up later.

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    Here's the Riva splash guard:
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    The Longer one works best

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    Thanks guys. Going with the longer tapered one.

    Pat, its going on mine.

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    Before I order, anyone have one laying around they dont need?

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    Is the splash really that bad?

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    yeah when we are on Lake Michigan in sept when water temp is about 45 and air temp is 60!

    I just thought it would be nice. Gets rid of that annoying spray that can come up sometimes.

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