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    New boy just saying hello

    Recently brought my self a gpr1200 year 2000 enjoying it much more than my gp1200 as more stable for 2up ridding that my woman makes me do sometimes
    Interesed in a seat cover could you post some pics of your millenium skis with your choice of cover
    Any tips on getting the old mats off would be welcomed
    Stepped my sponsons ordered new impeller concord 13/19 with new wear ring and just some general cleaning up.

    p.s steved and saltygpr13 no posting naked photos of me yet as you might of guessed im based in the U.K and ride with them 2 morons

    Thanks Dean

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    Welcome to the forum Dean!!

    Stick around and you will learn everything you need to know. This is the only jetski forum you will ever need.

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    Welcome Dean!! You're gonna learn so much, in a short period of time if you stick around here.

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    Welcome to the forum !

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    Welcome Dean............

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    What they said

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    Welcome to the forum Dean. KirkF350 has a 2000 GPR and has a Hydro Turf seat cover - Black and Silver- looks very cool. Ill see if he can post some pics. Come to Mudbugs and you will see many types of covers. Again, welcome. Be prepared to be addicted to this forum.

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    welcome my arse you lazy git...

    while i was removing prop,stepping sponsons and getting the old chit mats off this dirt bag registered his user name and has a good read on forum on my pc... looking for hydro turf my arse,

    not too many ideas for his ski as i have to carry out the work and i have seen trained monkeys use spanners better..

    welcome dean these guys will put you right...

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    Welcome Dean. I would say the search engine is your friend, but If you have Salty there to do all your work for you then dont bother.

    Just tell him to get on his back and start wrenching while you sit in a chair with a beer and bark orders.

    It will be a little slow around the forums for a few days since so many people will be at mudbug.

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    Thanks guys heres some pics of my ski with work in progress round saltygpr13, old mats removed and de glued to make way for hydoturf, prop and liner out awaiting new from island racing, sponsons stepped pump bearings oil/grease mix, hours spent on engine bay and hull inner cleaning up cables greased, destickered what an a*** that was but we got there in the end with persistance all knicks and digs filled in the hull with gel coat repair( well salty did and has now got some fasionable grey/white skunk stripe in his hair due to laying in it i think he fell asleep under there )

    Still awaiting some pics of seat cover if anyone has some
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