Thread: RXP Rear mat help!
06-01-2009, 10:14 AM #1
RXP Rear mat help!
Im looking at the hydroturf mats and OEM mats for an RXP
mine is ruined so im going to replace
It seems the 04 is a sold straight line on sides and bottom? i think the 05-07's have an indentation on the right side of the oem mat, can someone confirm?
hydroturf shows straight: http://ad-discountperformance.com/images/ht89.jpg
not the best pic but this one shows indent on right: http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...84162553IBESzs
seadoo microfilm shows a sold straight line cut on both sides for 04-07 but i think the picture is wrong considering 05-07 have same part number for rear mat and my bro's 07 has ident on right side
item #1: http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....=13&A=149&B=21
06-02-2009, 09:26 AM #2
If I understand what you are refering to, on the right side at the back of the ski, in the pic of your ski is the rivited on hull identification plate. My ski is an 05 RXP and that plate is in the middle right under the rear tow hook. If I were in your situation, I would get the Hydroturf(pre-glued) and just trim them to go around the ID tag.
OK., my ID tag is right behind my Gibson, sorry had to doo it, this picture still cracks me up.
06-02-2009, 12:12 PM #3
yea that was what i was wondering
because seadoo is selling the mat for 04 to 07 as the same part number
however 06-07 have the VIN plate on the right causing an indent
whereas the 04-05 are in the middle under the hook
so what the mat shape will look like is uncertain then from oem
i figured the hydroturf was straight as yours shows as well
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