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    towing power

    Hey guys, just wondering if you think a 94 sl 750 has enough power to tow a tube with one person on it??? some friends asked if I was thinking of getting a tube, and I never really though about it... not sure if it would be worth it... thnx -sam


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    I have heard of people doing it but, you might want to check the boating laws in your state. Most states require a three seater for pulling a skier/tuber. Most states also require a you have a spotter on board while pulling someone and/or mirrors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axgrider73 View Post
    I have heard of people doing it but, you might want to check the boating laws in your state. Most states require a three seater for pulling a skier/tuber. Most states also require a you have a spotter on board while pulling someone and/or mirrors.
    What he said ^^^^. Plus, it could do it, however make sure you're not "lugging" the engine. it can cause internal damage. A smaller impeller can cure this problem easily.

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