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CJ7 07-02-2013 8:59 AM

Weight in the boat question
 
Ok two questions here.

How do you place the weight throughout your boat as far as rear center and front?

Second, what's the best way to add extra weight aside from fat sacs, our boat has two rear and a center, I'm thinking about duck taping up some 50lb bags if sand

CarZin 07-02-2013 9:03 AM

You need to tell us the make and model of your boat, and what your intentions are (wakeboarding/wakesurfing).

If you want additional weight, lead is the best way to go if you aren't going to use water ballast. Google POP Products.

dennish 07-02-2013 1:32 PM

Pop products are not lead they are steel. Leadwakes bags are lead.

trayson 07-02-2013 1:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CJ7 (Post 1831287)
Ok two questions here.

How do you place the weight throughout your boat as far as rear center and front?

Second, what's the best way to add extra weight aside from fat sacs, our boat has two rear and a center, I'm thinking about duck taping up some 50lb bags if sand

Where do you live? I have some 50 pound bags of cement mix that are all taped up that the previous owner gave me with my boat. I haven't used them yet since I've bought a couple more fly high bags...

CarZin 07-03-2013 2:04 PM

Don't you just live it when people post a topic with little to no detail, people try and help them, then the original poster just disappears?

trayson 07-03-2013 2:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CarZin (Post 1831635)
Don't you just live it when people post a topic with little to no detail, people try and help them, then the original poster just disappears?

Maybe he put too many sandbags in his boat and it drug his tow rig down the ramp and sunk.

http://www.examiner.com/images/blog/...ampsink590.jpg


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