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    water towing solutions?

    I have a 37 foot boat and would like to tow my RXP sometimes. Does anyone make a bracket that hooks to the boat for towing the jet ski that allows for reverse and docking with the jetski attached??

    Thanks!!


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    I'm wondering the same thing, not that I have a 37 ft boat lol. But I would like to be able to tow it behind my 20ft boat. I havent done any towing yet but I know you have to pinch of some hoses under the seat or you will mess up your engine.

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    Can anyone help?

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    I've never heard of such a bracket.

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    With a boat that big, just put it onboard! Perhaps a small crane would help.

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    Seriously, you would need something like a tow bar, but something that stiff would likely be dangerous to the hull any way you slice it.

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