Yamaha and Kawasaki are the best engineered skis. If your going to be in rough water, you cant go past a Yamaha. If you are only riding in calm water a Kawasaki is fine too. The difference is the yamahas have a deeper V hull making for a better ride in rough water. You need to make your own choice about whether a 2 or 3 seater will suit you. Im not sure how much skis are in America but I'm a big fan of any XLT1200's or GPR1200's or 1300's. Ultras are great too but a bit smaller than a gpr but are great in the surf. You need to decide how you are going to use the ski before anyone can recommend
a ski. However, stick to Yamaha or kawasaki.
There are two vent lines that come off the fuel tank. The one with the two wire ties runs all the way to the back battery compartment. The one to the right of this one is not connected to anything. The Yamaha manual does not indicate where this hose should be connected to.. I would appreciate...
Anyone have any ideas how I can repair this lift? The piece that slides up and down inside the rail is bent, making the lift unusable. Evidently the manufacturer went out of business so that is of no help!
I want a jet ski for casual use. I don’t want to buy new and I’m not handy with a wrench. I’m Down to a choice of two skis that are in equally good working condition
for about the same price. Which would you get and why:
Option 1 -2011 Seadoo GTX 155 3 seater with 110 hours. Is privately...