Repadding and Turfing tray of Krash Predator

Harbor

Site Supporter
Joined
Jun 23, 2013
Likes
1,149
Location
Stockton
#2
Looks good, I like the Templet making. Oh btw, if turf diamonds go left to right instead of front to back it will less slippery.
 
Joined
Mar 10, 2019
Likes
15
Location
Long Island
#3
Looks good, I like the Templet making. Oh btw, if turf diamonds go left to right instead of front to back it will less slippery.

Thanks man. Yea cutting th padding was a pain but once I realized a razor blade is best it helped. The patterns on the sides go length wise instead of side ways so I wanted to match that, im just doing the base.
 

Harbor

Site Supporter
Joined
Jun 23, 2013
Likes
1,149
Location
Stockton
#4
Thanks man. Yea cutting th padding was a pain but once I realized a razor blade is best it helped. The patterns on the sides go length wise instead of side ways so I wanted to match that, im just doing the base.
Hmm Now that you mention it, mine are length wise on the sides and sideways on the tray. I never notice it.

I did notice the slippery ness of it done the other way on a buddies though..but to be fair, his had no underpaid, other than in the foot holds..

IMG_8102.JPG IMG_8103.JPG IMG_8104.PNG
 
Joined
Mar 10, 2019
Likes
15
Location
Long Island
#5
This is actually my first stand up ever and I’ve never ridden one lmao. My friends are in the sport though and pushed for me to do it. So I’m going all in hahaha. So slipperiness is the bottom concern on the list, standing up is on the top of the list lmao. I’m pumped up for the upcoming season though. I do a lot of atving, snowboarding and driving boats (bass boats) for fishing so I’m hoping some of that will correlate to jetskiing.


Hmm Now that you mention it, mine are length wise on the sides and sideways on the tray. I never notice it.

I did notice the slippery ness of it done the other way on a buddies though..but to be fair, his had no underpaid, other than in the foot holds..

View attachment 373831 View attachment 373832 View attachment 373833
 
Joined
Mar 10, 2019
Likes
15
Location
Long Island
#9
Looks really nice! Let us know if it's slippery with the diamonds going long ways.
I haven’t had any issues at all but I also wear the alpha 1 boots and they are awesome. Just from today, people were slipping with the jet tribe boots on the ramp and I had zero issues. Keep in mind I’m also riding and not doing big jumps yet, I’m new to the riding scene, but standing in the tray and moving stance around I haven’t encountered any issues.

Here are the boots, super comfy:

https://www.worksh2odesigns.com/product/alpha-1-boot/
 
Joined
Aug 25, 2018
Likes
8
Location
Illinois
#10
I haven’t had any issues at all but I also wear the alpha 1 boots and they are awesome. Just from today, people were slipping with the jet tribe boots on the ramp and I had zero issues. Keep in mind I’m also riding and not doing big jumps yet, I’m new to the riding scene, but standing in the tray and moving stance around I haven’t encountered any issues.

Here are the boots, super comfy:

https://www.worksh2odesigns.com/product/alpha-1-boot/
Wow thanks! I'm looking for boots to wear this year. Those are a little pricey but will see if I can do them. I've heard of people using wrestling shoes but there are are other options specific to water for about the same price.
 
Top Bottom