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    I saw going down the road today on a trailer an aluminum sit down Jet Ski. I donít know if this was a home built machine a production item. I didnít notice any labels on it but it was going in the other direction, but defiantly aluminum. If this was indeed the case, what a genius machine. Has anyone out there seen something like this? I googled the net and found liners for jet skis made of aluminum but not the entire haul.
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    I saw on the wild west guns tv show,the daughter had a friend who made a aluminum jet ski. I would guess its the same one.

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    Ditto. The one and only time I will ever watch that wretched show was the one with the aluminum ski.

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    That thing would be the perfect river exploring deal. Back slews, shallow creeks, easy to get unstuck, and work on. The only down side i see would be the dismount, when you hit the sand bar at 40mph and turn your self into a yard dart.
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    Honestly, it makes sense up here. I like the idea.

    Course there's gonna be the one that has to dip the Copper on it....

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    He has passed me going up 20 mile, that thing hardly stays in the water it goes so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKGrayling View Post
    He has passed me going up 20 mile, that thing hardly stays in the water it goes so fast.
    If he's totally replaced the fiber hull with aluminum, he probably cut the weight of it in half. I bet it moves!

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    i would like to see it in action
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimw View Post
    i would like to see it in action
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