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Old 04-16-2016, 05:32 PM   #21
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Its great they worked for you I had that type on a few inflatables including a Sea Doo Explorer and a 15' Nautica and they did peel after a while requiring constant attention. In our area the LEO's really like you to have the tags on and displayed as they do not consider it optional.
Never had a problem with the board 'pockets' and the board being anything less than permanent on our inflatables. We have small holes in the corners where we can add the small zip ties but do not even bother - the pockets are deep enough and tight enough to hold no matter the use at any speeds.
Here is a board in pockets on one of our hypalon inflatables....


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Old 04-17-2016, 12:30 PM   #22
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Its great they worked for you I had that type on a few inflatables including a Sea Doo Explorer and a 15' Nautica and they did peel after a while requiring constant attention. In our area the LEO's really like you to have the tags on and displayed as they do not consider it optional.
Never had a problem with the board 'pockets' and the board being anything less than permanent on our inflatables. We have small holes in the corners where we can add the small zip ties but do not even bother - the pockets are deep enough and tight enough to hold no matter the use at any speeds.
Here is a board in pockets on one of our hypalon inflatables....
Very nice!!! Our LEOs do not consider it optional either. But they do obviously give some flexibility on where the sticker is. I think as long as they can see it and it is valid, that is all they really care about. The law says it should be on the forward part of the boat toward the bow on each side. I just put one on each side of the outboard cowling and they seem to be fine with that. LEO participation and enforcement has ramped up around our waters....typical probably of everywhere where municipalities are trying to increase revenue.
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