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racer808 04-29-2013 8:16 PM

Ropes, handles
 
I am looking for a good wakeboard handle & rope & a surf handle / rope. Prices vary so much, I am not sure what we really need. We can all get up & ride, do 180's, myself & daughter are doing W2W but the boy not yet. Just wondering what ropes would suit us best, I thought about getting a really expensive one but I am not sure it is worth spending the money. Anyone point me to a good rope great price?

dvsone79 04-29-2013 8:35 PM

About the best price I've found for no-stretch line and handle: http://www.h2osportswarehouse.com/Pr...e=BT-RPWS75-BK

And for surf rope, I have this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/cr/B000Q...7289151&sr=8-6

boardjnky4 04-30-2013 6:37 AM

That aerial rope is a lot cheaper on ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/AERIAL-WAKEB...item4854dbba36

$48

In my opinion, it's a good rope. I have one, and I've used it the last 2 times I rode. I refuse to pay the big bucks for expensive ropes when the peak of my ability is a grabbed HS w2w. Maybe as I progress, I'll change my mind, but probably not.

04-30-2013 8:09 AM

I got sick of cheap ropes and handles and started the season with the code 44 rope and handle its amazing. The grip on handle is the best on the market in my opinion. I have a team rider go out with us and he tried it and he had one the next day http://www.buywake.com/wakeboard-han...discretion.htm

http://www.buywake.com/wakeboard-rop...ipe-banana.htm

sledgehammer 05-02-2013 9:56 PM

Go ahead and get a really good one and take care of it. It can last many years. Handle will probably wear out before the rope.


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