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    Reboarding Ladder

    Does anyone know of a way to recondition a boarding ladder. Mine have deteriorated from setting on the lift. They are cracked now and a little gooey. I guess I could buy new ones, but didn't know if there was some aftermarket cover I could get. They function fine, so I hate to just replace them.

    Any ideas?


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    This company specializes in that:

    http://aquaperformance.com/watercraftaccessories.html

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    That's pretty good deal!


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    That is awesome, thanks for the help. Going to call them on Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xspook View Post
    So I called Aqua Performance today. Their website says just to send the u-shaped bar, so I wanted clarification. I can't see any way to remove the u-shaped bar for the boarding ladder on my ski without taking the brackets off. The helpful lady said not to send the brackets, that the u-shaped bar is held on by one screw on each side. I don't see any screws, so I am trying to figure out if I can have my boarding ladder done or not. I told her what ski I had, but not sure she got it. I have two GTX S 155s. This seemed to be an economical way to have them reconditioned without buying new ones. Anyone know if I am missing something. Is there anyway to disconnect the boarding ladder on my ski without removing the brackets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeet4me View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Xspook View Post
    So I called Aqua Performance today. Their website says just to send the u-shaped bar, so I wanted clarification. I can't see any way to remove the u-shaped bar for the boarding ladder on my ski without taking the brackets off. The helpful lady said not to send the brackets, that the u-shaped bar is held on by one screw on each side.

    I don't see any screws, so I am trying to figure out if I can have my boarding ladder done or not. I told her what ski I had, but not sure she got it. I have two GTX S 155s. This seemed to be an economical way to have them reconditioned without buying new ones. Anyone know if I am missing something. Is there anyway to disconnect the boarding ladder on my ski without removing the brackets?
    Is the installed boarding step made by Aqua Performance or by some other SeaDoo OEM supplier?

    My understanding is that they are set up to redo the boarding steps they originally manufactured and sold either through the OEM or aftermarket.

    Boarding steps made by other companies would probably not be something Aqua Performance would do.

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