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    Linq install for GP1800???

    I love what Sea doo has done in regards to the Linq system and the different attachments you can add. The bracket install is fairly straight forward as I watched a guy on youtube install on a older Sea doo, one that didn't offer the Linq brackets.
    Has anyone installed these brackets before, I have a 2018 GP1800, looking for feedback on the install, and if you had any issues later on.


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    Rear deck on the gp is very thin. Flexes under the blip of a throttle. Not too sure you want to mount anything into that rear deck.

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    Good point, that did cross my mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCski View Post
    Good point, that did cross my mind
    With that being said, the vx/gp platform can still carry things, I just would not suggest hard mount. I have aluminum 6 gallon tanks replacing where my dry box is under the rear seat, and I use a yeti Panga 50 or 75 bag bungeed to the rear deck to carry clothes on destination trips. The tank once plumbed in eliminates the air pocket trapped at the top of the tank and gives me a total fuel capacity of 25.9 gallons. And I've carried enough clothing for a 7 day bahama trip and a 10 day florida trip in the Panga.

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    6 gallon tanks under your seat??? That's impressive, do you have photos to share, I'm guessing it was custom made? I had a kawasaki ultra 310, a ridiculous amount of storage people would stare at me as I would unload my gear and basically set up a campsite.
    Love to take the Florida to Bahamas trip, little scared to
    Love to make

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    The rear tank is a drop in just like the rear dry box but taller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saum700p View Post
    The rear tank is a drop in just like the rear dry box but taller.
    wow that’s awesome. Where did you Buy that fuel box ???

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    Please send purchase location

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    The tanks were made not bought. If you take your dry box to a fab shop they should be able to make one. You then need to route the bottom of that tank to the vent line on the main tank and plum the vent line into the rear tank.

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