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    Sea-Doo Towable - Rope?

    Hey guys. Just picked up a 3 person towable (Sea-Doo R3 3-Passenger from Costco) to tow behind my 2011 Gti 155 Limited on family outings at the lake. I am wondering which type rope, strength and length would be suitable to attach it.


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    buy your self a 60ft tube rope from places like gander mountian or overtons and you will good to go. Also may want to invest in a towable harness as well to hook to the back of your ski then hook the tube rope to that. 60ft is the standard length for tube ropes

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    get your self a float that you can thread the rope through so it makes it harder to suck up. ..

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    Thanks for the replies, everyone!

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    hi guys just want to let you know in washington state you are not allowed to tow more than one person legally in a tube if your ski is not rated for the extra riders. driver spotter and rider on a three person ski have to have room for them on the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pony Racer View Post
    get your self a float that you can thread the rope through so it makes it harder to suck up. ..
    To make a cheap float buy a noodle and cut it to about 3-4 feet or whatever length you want and then feed the tow rope through it and zip tie it in place.

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    Carbinger clips on the ends of 1/2 rope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surferd15 View Post
    To make a cheap float buy a noodle and cut it to about 3-4 feet or whatever length you want and then feed the tow rope through it and zip tie it in place.
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