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    Which way to roll Ultra 150?

    I just purchased a 2001 Ultra 150 and was told by a buddy to look on the back of the ski for a sticker - which would tell me the correct direction to roll the ski back over in case I flip it (w/o sinking the ski). There is no sticker... could anyone help me out here? Thanks!


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    Counter clockwise. Have fun with the new ultra just watch out for it. They like to make sharp turns when you least expect it. If it doesnt have one get a shredmaster ride plate and mabe some sponsons that helps with the tracking.

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    Thanks btl... I am in the process of ordering a shredmaster, it was also recommended to me by a friend. As for sponsons...I will do some research... are they bolt on like the shredmaster, or do they require hull modification?

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    The sponsons bolt right on I use beach house on mine. Be sure to seal that plate up well. Between the 2 of those it will stop that slide and turn the ultra is known for.

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