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bakes5 03-03-2007 8:44 PM

Which of the bigger ski's do y'all recommend? In addition to skating I will be towing the kids on tubes. <BR> <BR>Thanks <BR> <BR>Bakes

treycleaton 03-04-2007 7:20 AM

If the kids are training, I would get the training skis (the skis are attached, making essentially one big ski). If they are older kids, I would start them on an entry level combo ski package, maybe the obrien celebrity combos.

wakemitch 03-04-2007 9:31 AM

<b>cosmocat</b> he is talking about jetski(PWC).

treycleaton 03-04-2007 3:29 PM

In that case, none, get a boat to have your family and friends in.

tdiggity 03-04-2007 5:51 PM

i own a polaris msx 140ho, its a 3 seater, scary fast and throws a decent little wake with a nice crisp peak if ya get a fat person to drive ya, i know people bash on polaris's all the time cuz they dont make jet skis any more but ive never had a problem with mine and the dealer still handles all the warranty work.

wakemitch 03-04-2007 11:12 PM

im a big fan of the seadoo wake edition. its nice to have the rope higher off the water. and also the handles on the pylon make it a more comfortable ride for the flag guy. it holds speed well and is pretty stable when pulling a ride because its wider than most skis.

metz213 03-07-2007 5:17 PM

i also like the seadoo wake edition..great for skating..but if you want speed to play with when your done skating the RXT is a good one..it has the pylon to get the rope up higher too...i got this idea over the winter but too cold in ohio to try but i was gonna try using the training key so that way it keeps a steady speed...someone correct me if im wrong

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