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By P Landau (ccraftskierfan) on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 - 8:26 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
Great board you have!
I have been reading the archives articles regarding a couple of boats I am considering to replace my little old 1975 CCraft Skier (great boat btw).
My family is getting bigger (3 sons) and the 16' boat is just too small, so I am looking at Malibu's Wakesetter or Supra Launch LTS. I still like to slalom and my boys all wakeboard, so I think either boat will be a good match for us.
East Coast Flightcraft seems to have a great reputation in this area, but I haven't heard about any Supra dealers.
Any imput on the boats or a dealer will be read with interest.
Thanks.

 
By Dave Briscoe (wetrooster) on Thursday, March 18, 2004 - 6:17 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
I'm a team Supra rider and I know the wake on the LTS well I did the photo shoot this year for it. It slaloms excellent very round wake and awsome spray chanells to knock the spray down, I skied at 22 off and 35 off. I am also a pro wakeboarder and Through whiry's and Raley's for the shoot with only the rear bag full. You can get a list of dealers from www.supraboats.com or send me an email and I'll get you a list. You can get to my web site from my article on the front page or www.thewakeboardcoach.com
 
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