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I use them as well. I store them in the rear cargo bag for the Spark. They fit perfectly in there. They worked really well when I was tied up along side a boat in calm water, but were terrible when I was docking in choppy water. They popped right out. The Sparks sit really low compared to other PWC's. The type of walls on the dock are going to play a big factor.
 

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We have the snap on fenders as well, and they are actually pretty small and fit great in the front storage. We used them to dock up at a restaurant and had no issues.
 

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Piece of pool noodle and bamboo barbecue skewer ( that is wider on the top) $2
Match pool noodle to your ski if you want it to look slightly fancier LMAO


 

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+1 for the pool noodle. They are so cheap and do the job just as good as anything else that you are going to find in a store.
 

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The only negative with the BRP orange fenders is the rear one drags water into the footwell. I always remove the rear one after leaving the jetty, the front one is ok left on. Maybe Straight can report whether her idea does the same? You're the guinea pig with this idea!!
 

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Piece of pool noodle and bamboo barbecue skewer ( that is wider on the top) $2
Match pool noodle to your ski if you want it to look slightly fancier LMAO


This is what I'd go with. I might trim down the skewer some so that I don't end up stabbing myself by accident with it if I fall or something.
 

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This is what I'd go with. I might trim down the skewer some so that I don't end up stabbing myself by accident with it if I fall or something.
Along with trimming it, you might want to consider adding some rubber grommet to the end to make it even better in case you hit it. I'm sure you could find some rubber grommet or something like it at the hardware store.
 

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good idea just replace the skewer with a zip clip no safety issue and will hold on better


This is what I'd go with. I might trim down the skewer some so that I don't end up stabbing myself by accident with it if I fall or something.
 

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Using your idea have made a mod


drill a small hole through the moulding so to get a zip clip through and then attach a rubber hose I had some of this rubber left over from another project.


Should be high enough not to drag in the water and take small bumps.


I used 2 zip ties on each
 

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Patrick the metal washers are aluminium I made them they take about 5 to 7 minutes each to make and you will need about 34 to do all of them but you can buy on ebay if you want




Where did you get those metal washers, xdrian? How many do i need and Whats the price for it?
 
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