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    RiverRat19405, im a rat in the water RiverRat19405's Avatar
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    Arrow Quick question on pump wedge

    does the thick part of the wedge go up or down ? couldnt sem to find a tread on pump wedges thanks riverrat


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    The thicker side is placed down to trim the nose up.

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    The thick part goes at the bottom,They are use to control how much nose rides in the water.By pointing the pump upwards,as you run,the pump will want to run parallel with the surface,forcing the nose out. More degree of angle,more the nose up,too much up and it will purpose on you.
    Rule of thumb,
    rough water = less angle
    smooth water= more angle

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    thanks guys

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