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99xstar 08-29-2005 8:03 AM

I love seeing thrown together setups on the lake. Whether it be a pylon and your 2 overweight buddies in the back or the hand made tower and an old waterbed tied to the engine cover. Anyone have some "not so" common boat setups? Pics would be rad.

thespleen 08-29-2005 8:31 AM

Definitely qualifies as an "interesting boat setup": <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/251157.jpg" alt="Interesting Boat Setup">

mile_high_rider 08-29-2005 8:34 AM

Cartman breaks into song"in tha ghettoooo", yesterday at sloans lake I saw a mid 90's ski boat with a really tall tower. way taller than norm. and there was a dude in a hammock underneeth it, looked nice. good nappin spot.

patoloco 08-29-2005 8:38 AM

See...thats why new boat owners should be required to go to a mandatory training class before using their new purchase. <BR> <BR>The first thing they would learn is that the water goes on the OUTSIDE of the boat.

lunaraven 08-29-2005 9:20 AM

<BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/251168.jpg" alt="my boat">

roger 08-30-2005 7:23 AM

Try this link <a href="http://360wakeboard.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=544&amp;highlight=glastron" target="_blank">http://360wakeboard.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=544&amp;highlight=glastron</a>

99xstar 08-30-2005 1:38 PM

Roger, that is exactly what I'm talking about. Unbelivable. I bet that that tower could even fold down.

jimr 08-31-2005 7:29 AM

<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/251688.jpg" alt="JetSki">

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