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    Buoy's / Water Dolly

    Looking for some practice buoys and a water dolly. Water dolly would need to hold the 4Tec.
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    Sorry can't help you out there but whilst on this subject does anyone have any info regarding CC racing circuit layouts and how far apart the bouys must be and how long the course is/how many bouys etc. - just thinking of setting up a course?

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    Bouys and water dollies

    Here's a picture of the course layout at the World Finals in 2005. I'm not sure of the measurements but it was big.
    Also a overview of St. Petes pier course for a general layout.
    I think a regular sized course would probably fit in a 80 metre x 160 metre rectangle.
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    I used 1 gallon milk containers tied to a string tied to left over bricks for left corners and 1 gallon orange tide laundry detergent containers for rights. Easy to tell the difference in color, hard to see the milk jugs sometimes though. Maybe try to use gain laundry detergent which are lime green. They are free, which is nice because im broke... I just went down the street searching through recycling bins on garbage night. Tied the strings through the handles on the containers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water Pig View Post
    Here's a picture of the course layout at the World Finals in 2005. I'm not sure of the measurements but it was big.
    Also a overview of St. Petes pier course for a general layout.
    I think a regular sized course would probably fit in a 80 metre x 160 metre rectangle.

    Hey where do you race? are there alot of races in ontario?

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    Bouys & Dollies

    There have been no sanctioned races in Ontario for years since the CJSRA fell apart. There are races in the States and some that that are not too far of a drive away.

    http://www.upstatewatercraftpromotions.com/

    http://www.pwcfun.com/index.asp

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