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    Which one are you using for pulling tubes/skis ?

    hi guys. I was just wondering what poinbt is hte safest way to pull a skier or tubes ? the one below the seat or the combination of the two on the hull down lower ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Paul View Post
    hi guys. I was just wondering what poinbt is hte safest way to pull a skier or tubes ? the one below the seat or the combination of the two on the hull down lower ?
    Neither... they are too low. I use the ski pylon with absolutely no problems.

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    for those of us who don't have it though which one would be the safest for the ski ?

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    i've used the one below the seat no problem, even pulled a broken down ski with it

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    I was afraid that it will come apart !!!

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    no chance, the hull is so damn thick

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    Quote Originally Posted by masta2000 View Post
    no chance, the hull is so damn thick
    agree... ive pulled skis and tubes out of it. not gunna break. its designed to be in there for a reason and not pull out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaserxp215 View Post
    agree... ive pulled skis and tubes out of it. not gunna break. its designed to be in there for a reason and not pull out.
    Isn't there a greater chance of sucking rope into the intake grate though?

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    I guess there is always a chance to suck the rope no matter where you tie it.

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    always a chance to suck a rope up. just make sure the rope is clear before u start moving and i usually hold the rope just so its taunt and isnt all laying in the water. also the one below the seat pulls from the middle. using the ones on the bottom deck would pull from either side making it harder.

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