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Old 05-12-2013, 10:36 PM
Simsy Simsy is offline
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2011 X2 cover poles

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My boat came w/ two poles which are used to keep water from pooling. it seems like the shorter one goes in front and the two lines coming off to secure it seem to work well w/ the handrails in the front section. But what the heck do I to keep the back pole from falling over? I have two straps w/ loops on the end but i can't figure out what to hook them too. help!

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Old 05-12-2013, 11:26 PM
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Goes to the ski pylon if one strap. If two straps like you say, they go to the rear cleats..
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:59 PM
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yeah mine has 3 ropes of the back one.middle short rope goes to ski pole and the 2 long ropes with loops go to either side pop up cleat at the back of the boat.
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Old 05-22-2013, 05:50 PM
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Hi

My boat came w/ two poles which are used to keep water from pooling. it seems like the shorter one goes in front and the two lines coming off to secure it seem to work well w/ the handrails in the front section. But what the heck do I to keep the back pole from falling over? I have two straps w/ loops on the end but i can't figure out what to hook them too. help!

thanks and happy boating!
Three straps to the front with the buckles going to the grab rails, the loop end goes to the ski pylon as stated by another post. My boat has gone through snowy winters and many storms on the lake, no leaks.
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