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    Quote Originally Posted by Chills View Post
    Do you need the hardware installation kit if you get the LinQ kit for 2up?
    I think you only need the installation kit 295100883.


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    local dealer happen to find one set of the ERGOLOCK KNEE PADS for my wifes ski this week!

    easy to install, they install over top the current knee pads, have to drill a few holes in order to mount them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotpinkcrx View Post
    local dealer happen to find one set of the ERGOLOCK KNEE PADS for my wifes ski this week!

    easy to install, they install over top the current knee pads, have to drill a few holes in order to mount them
    Interesting, as they aren't supposed to be released for another month or so. Have you tried them out in the water yet?

    I see you also have the comfort seat, how much of a difference is it to the stock seat?

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    I'm really not sure what the point of the floor board wedges and knee pads is.
    are they for people who sit down all the time?

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    I asked him to look. They pulled out of Canada had them in 4 days. She hasnt rode with them let.

    Seat makes a difference, she really likes it



    Quote Originally Posted by RXP-SWE View Post
    Interesting, as they aren't supposed to be released for another month or so. Have you tried them out in the water yet?




    I see you also have the comfort seat, how much of a difference is it to the stock seat?

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    Honesty seen this tread the other day and showed her the black pads. She wanted to get rid of the white knee pads. My thought was these placed the enitre knee pad. Obviously they mount on to the existing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgelett View Post
    I'm really not sure what the point of the floor board wedges and knee pads is.
    are they for people who sit down all the time?
    The Ergolock pads and floor wedges are for when you do closed course type of riding with sharp turns, I guess you don't see RXP and RXT riders sitting down all the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotpinkcrx View Post
    I asked him to look. They pulled out of Canada had them in 4 days. She hasnt rode with them let.

    Seat makes a difference, she really likes it
    Quote Originally Posted by Hotpinkcrx View Post
    Honesty seen this tread the other day and showed her the black pads. She wanted to get rid of the white knee pads. My thought was these placed the enitre knee pad. Obviously they mount on to the existing.
    Thanks, I'm waiting for these parts to show up at Partzilla or similar places since I have a bunch of other parts that I plan to order as well. And since winter is coming I'm in no hurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP-SWE View Post
    The Ergolock pads and floor wedges are for when you do closed course type of riding with sharp turns, I guess you don't see RXP and RXT riders sitting down all the time?
    I see all kinds of riders on all kinds of PWCs sitting down all the time.
    I just barely ever sit on mine lol. It's why I don't understand the need for a comfort seat - my legs are doing the work not my arse lol.

    but that makes sense, closed circuit racing/tight turning having something to give you extra grip is helpful.

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