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    Please help, Need pics of the front of a GPR.

    Guys I am doing some finish work and hull repair on a GP1200 R and I need some pictures of the front of the ski, just around the tow hook and chines of the front of the ski. I am almost done, but without a ski to copy it is hard to get it right and I am anal and need to have it as close to perfect as i can get.

    Ski hit a trailer and tore the hole front under the tow hook apart and put 2 hole.
    PICS< PICS< PICS....


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    Will these help? It's the best I could do. It's 15* in my garage right now... you're on your own!!! Just joking, but it is all I can do for now!!!
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    Here a few
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    dont know what happened to that last photo
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    CrazyA those are perfect. Is there anyway I can get a side shot?

    Also can someone measure the hieght of the splash chine in the middle.
    I need to make sure I built it up enough at its peak in the middle.


    Thanks a bunch everyone. It is heading to paint as soon as this is done this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    Will these help? It's the best I could do. It's 15* in my garage right now... you're on your own!!! Just joking, but it is all I can do for now!!!
    dats a clean hull

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    dats a clean hull
    Thanks... I try to keep it looking the best I can!!!

    Do these help some more?

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    Yes, Perfect, thanks.

    Could you measure the the difference from the bottom of the hull to the tip of the splash chine? Just need to know how high it is off of the hull at the V of the hull. So I may see how much more I need to build it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Yes, Perfect, thanks.

    Could you measure the the difference from the bottom of the hull to the tip of the splash chine? Just need to know how high it is off of the hull at the V of the hull. So I may see how much more I need to build it up.
    Sure. On MY paticular ski, using the good 'ole trusty 4 ft level technique, the very tip of the splash chine from the V-bottom is 4 - 3/8". The depth of the chine is just about 1" on the money.
    See attached pic. Awesome photoshop skills huh???
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