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    How to properly tow form a stx-15F??

    Hi guys just got one of these and was wondering anyone with experience on how to tow properly??the black towing bracket from the ski looks so flimsy and it looks like its gonna snap off?Any ideas??


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    It doesn´t snap off, i always tow 1 or 2 people with my stx15f and no problem at all.

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    I tow 2 even 3 on the tube and its fine. I have even helped pull a boat off a reef with it and its fine. The plastic is just a coating its metal underneath.

    Sean

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    Be careful with those flying tubes! Lots of people have been badly hurt with them--broken necks, broken backs, etc.

    If one were to get airborne behind your 'Ski, it could possibly lift the back of the 'Ski out of the water and stop.

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