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-   -   Custom ski locker sac for 98 VLX (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=60713)

g_miller 04-01-2003 3:03 PM

Has anyone had a custom ski locker sac made for a VLX? I measured and it seems like a sac that is 84" long, 24" wide, and 8" tall would fit OK. Does this sound right or am I missing something? I'm ordering the sac from letsgoride.com. From what I've read they seem to be the best and the least expensive. Any advice would be appreciated <BR> <BR>Thanks <BR>Greg

jmccallum 04-01-2003 3:05 PM

I like mine. <BR> <BR>Ask Ty-one-on about his

typhoon 04-01-2003 3:17 PM

james got me hooked on lets go ride sacs. <BR>thanks james <BR> <BR>The one I ordered was 28x9x80 inches and works awesome. I west with a 3 hole configuration with 1" nozzles.

g_miller 04-01-2003 3:22 PM

Ty, how much does yours weigh? <BR>I planned on going with a 3 hole but I did'nt know that you could get a 1" nozzle. Thanks, that helps alot because I used 1" pvc all the way to the sacs, so the 3/4 nozzles are my bottleneck.

typhoon 04-01-2003 3:25 PM

awseome fittings also. hard plastic bulkhead types that you screw directly into. estimated 700 pounds. if you pull the sac out and fill it it is between 730-750 pounds.

g_miller 04-01-2003 3:31 PM

Thanks guys, I think I'm ready to order one now <BR> <BR>Oh yea, does Pete always take a day to get to his e-mail?

typhoon 04-01-2003 3:33 PM

he checks them at night. ask him about 1/8" spectra line also. i have one and it is nice. he might be selling very reasonably.

jmccallum 04-02-2003 6:42 AM

Greg; <BR>I always found pete would take a day or two to answer e-mail. But he was supper helpful and sold me a great sac for the best price. <BR> <BR>When you get it you'll see what I mean... really tough material! <BR> <BR>Ty; <BR>you're welcome. By the way I went to Florida in March and went boarding at OWC. Now I'm back up north counting days and shovelling snow...<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/uhoh.gif" border=0> <BR>

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