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dennish 07-25-2005 10:48 PM

How would you weight a v215 for wakesurfing. Have triple ballast stock. Where should I add weight to surf goofy foot?

niap101 07-26-2005 6:53 AM

See the post: <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/87668/242400.html?1122339751" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/87668/242400.html?1122339751</a> <BR>for info and pictures on goofy side ballast. You are likely to need to fill the ballast on the right and the front ballast. You may need additional weight. The easiest way to test this if you don't have fat sacs is 30 gallon plastic garbage cans. They weigh about 250 pounds when full of water and can be returned for a refund when you are through with them. For testing weight in lockers, 5 gallon buckets weigh about 40 pounds each. One of the keys to building your ideal wake is to test. Test numerous configurations and then try to fine tune it. For additional ballast info, go to: <BR><a href="http://www.HowToWakeSurf.com" target="_blank">www.HowToWakeSurf.com</a> and read the section on ballasts.

dennish 07-26-2005 5:50 PM

Thanks Larry. I guess that trial and error is the best method. Anybody know how much weight the Sanger triple ballast is when filled to capacity?

just_board 07-27-2005 8:56 AM

a gallon of water weighs 8 lbs.

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