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I haven't used them yet. Dealer sold them to me at cost. They seem like they will work on a calm launch especially if you tie down properly. I'll report back after i use them.
 

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Fenders worked well when I used them on the way out, but on the way back the plastic pin snapped when I stepped off the spark onto the dock. The vertical force snapped it. The BRP bag was great though. If I don't use the fenders, I'll find another user for the storage I'm sure.
 

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Fenders worked well when I used them on the way out, but on the way back the plastic pin snapped when I stepped off the spark onto the dock. The vertical force snapped it. The BRP bag was great though. If I don't use the fenders, I'll find another user for the storage I'm sure.
how long ago did you get them? if you just got them bring them back to the dealer and inquire if they could be covered by warranty...can't speak for the dealer or Brp but they may just warranty them for you if they don't feel they were abused, I have them for my units and thought they were great compared to the normal style fenders, I always have a dock line tied to the back of the machine and keep the rope in the bottom of the bag with the fenders on top, the rope doesn't go anywhere and if I need the rope quick I just pull it out of the bag without pulling the fenders out, aslo keep a rope tied to the front tie at the steering post and throw the rope in the front bin and when I need it I just pull the rope out without opening the lid...
 

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I like your rope idea. I will try that. I emailed seadoo about my broken fender and they told me to go to the dealership. The dealer gave me another set. Now i just have to act like they are made of glass.
 
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