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    Cool Where to connect pulling line?

    I just recently bought a -05 RXP and itís my first ever PWC. I donít think I need to tell you guys how much fun it is and how much Iím enjoying every time itís in the water.

    But now to my question, everybody goes on and on how good they are for pulling inflatable toys, water skiers, wake boarders etc. etc. but Iím a bit suspicious about the points where you can attach the line. Are they strong enough? I guess they need to handle a fair bit of stress when pulling people in the water?

    My RXP has three points (as I guess most do), one in the centre just below the rear of the seat and two underneath on each side of the jet outlet. Which should I use? The centre one or maybe use two lines that goes to one line using both of the lower ones?

    Cheers,


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    Use the one in the center. It is more than strong enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack
    Use the one in the center. It is more than strong enough.
    Yep use the center one.

    I have pulled four teenage boys on two monster sized tubes, and also have pulled two barefoot skiers behind at the same time with zero problems.

    If you pull your seat support off, you will see how thick the hull fiberglass is.

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    Thanks guys!

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    Yeah im pretty sure its illegal bc its 2 person bc i got pulled over and told him it was 3 haha

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    you versed well in swedish law?.....haha

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    haha cops dont know shit on my lake about PWC

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMart317
    haha cops dont know shit on my lake about PWC
    He was referring to RXP-SWE being from Sweden

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    i know i was just saying....but is it really illegal for a 2 person to pull a tuber or anyone?

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    I know here in DE it is, MD i think is the same. We even have to have a rear facing observor.

    Someone will have to elaborate on this one because ive read that some states require only mirrors.

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