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    What are these lines on 19 RXT-X? Stress Marks?

    So in the pictures the lines are not very easy to see, but they are slightly lighter in color (whitish) and you can actually feel ridges if you run your fingers through them. Is this something to worry about? Stress marks?

    These are located at the rear corners where the trim tabs are.
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    That is what I would imagine them to be.

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    I love seadoo, but they are really starting to cut corners or cutting cost. Fiberglass and gelcoat are more durable, but cost more. If you can catch your fingernail in them they are stress cracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miami salt life View Post
    So in the pictures the lines are not very easy to see, but they are slightly lighter in color (whitish) and you can actually feel ridges if you run your fingers through them. Is this something to worry about? Stress marks?

    These are located at the rear corners where the trim tabs are.
    I have those in mine as well (ST3 hull) I Think its part of the mold.

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    Those are mold striations. I noticed them after trailering and undoing the rear ratchet straps. The fact they are not random and follow a pattern equal on both sides is a dead giveaway.

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