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    Fs:tow loop's for racers

    Here it is for all racers or rec riders to make it easy to hook up.The price is $15 and $2 for shipping.If you buy more than one I'll cover the shipping.Here are all 16 colors just use the 2 letter code to let me know color.Papal is fine and all are ready to ship.They are made from 1/8 stainless steel cable.
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    Fat Man, Little Boat Region8Ultra250X's Avatar
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    i'm in for a set mitch..... btw you still rockin the smoke stacks on the truck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Region8Ultra250X View Post
    i'm in for a set mitch..... btw you still rockin the smoke stacks on the truck?
    You beet I am.Just shot me a PM with what colors you want and I'll take care of you.

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    God I am glad you made these things...i miss having them on the skis...They used to sell them at the races here as you now but then stopped....i hate having to tie a piece of rope that ususally comes off during the first moto....

    Thanks for making them Mitch.....

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    Call me mitch.....They Look good by the way

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    is the whole thing covered in plastic... i dont want it to hurt my hull, im just a rec rider, but i pretty much break down about every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaserxp215 View Post
    is the whole thing covered in plastic... i dont want it to hurt my hull, im just a rec rider, but i pretty much break down about every time.
    Pretty much the whole thing is covered in plastic. This is the one I have on my RXP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaserxp215 View Post
    is the whole thing covered in plastic... i dont want it to hurt my hull, im just a rec rider, but i pretty much break down about every time.
    The new ones are covered a little more than the one he posted.There is about 4" of cable showing that you have to make the loop around the bow eye.Your not supose to break down all the time but I do the same thing.


    I checked and the tow loop will pull 2,000 pounds so you should not be able to break them.

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    It wont scratch my hull though will it? thats the only thing i worry about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaserxp215 View Post
    It wont scratch my hull though will it? thats the only thing i worry about
    The only place the cable will touch is the bow eye if the loop comes back that part will be in the cover.

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