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    wake 155 tube towing?

    silly question. Leaning towards a wake 155. For tube towing, I am assuming you attach the tie down eyelets in the back? Using an self centering tow harness?
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    YEP! Or you can just attach both hooks to the center eyelet as the lower hooks are a little low. It's what I do. I have that exact rope. You really have no need for the self centering part. You are towing a tube. The less give the better. Attache both of them to the center eyelet and be done with it. You will be able to get the tube moving a little better and faster without dragging the nose into the water.

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    I was under the impression that because it had a ski pylon there was no rear eyelet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battscrew View Post
    I was under the impression that because it had a ski pylon there was no rear eyelet?
    You're right. I didn't see that. Yes. attach the two to the eyelets and you're good.

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