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    Anyone else disappointed in their Jettrim cover?

    I absolutely love the look of it. However, on the sides along the bottom, they use a material that is very absorbant. Takes days to dry out and when you are out in the water that material gets so saturated it adds 5-7 more lbs to your ski. I am shocked they would use such an absorbant material. Anyone else notice this??
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    Try scotch gaurd or some other water repellant? dont know if it would work. just a thought

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    May be worth a try. Thanks for the idea!

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    are there any quality problems with them? Just wondering because I am abotu to order one for my ski.

    thanks.

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    No, they seem to be very high quality. With the exception for this on piece on the side. You can literally ring it out like a sponge. Make sure to ask about this when you are ordering one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bow tie klr
    are there any quality problems with them? Just wondering because I am abotu to order one for my ski.

    thanks.
    You can order them without that piece on the bottom. (I think) Call them and ask.

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    cool thanks. I have always used hydroturf seat covers and wanna try jettrim. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bow tie klr
    cool thanks. I have always used hydroturf seat covers and wanna try jettrim. thanks
    Try this!!!

    http://mline.us/galleries/

    They did great work on mine!
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    The only time I've heard of this, is when folks remove their stock cover and really get the seat wet. All of them will seep like this, unless it is a one piece marine vinyl with no seams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPkiller
    Quote Originally Posted by bow tie klr
    cool thanks. I have always used hydroturf seat covers and wanna try jettrim. thanks
    Try this!!!

    http://mline.us/galleries/

    They did great work on mine!
    One of my buddies has an mline. its very nice but I like the way the jet trim looks. thanks

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