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-   -   To Tower or Not To Tower? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=84505)

peterski 10-01-2003 5:54 AM

That is the question. How important is a tower to the wakeboard experience (I'm a compelete beginner buying a new boat)? Getting air? Pulling tricks? Boat and rider stability? Your thoughts and insights would be greatly appreciated.

rdierolf 10-01-2003 7:03 AM

not as much slack, more hangtime in the air, a more "lofty" feel in the air, easier to get up for beginners, slightly more air.

noneya 10-01-2003 7:07 AM

Definetly get a tower or extended pylon. Best boarding accessory out there

wakeboard_iraq 10-01-2003 2:38 PM

I recently rode a boat that didnt have a tower for the first time. I have to say that it was wierd! I noticed that it was a LOT harder getting up, the downward pull vs. upward pull tended to make it harder to edge, and most importantly, It was a lot harder to get air and stay in the air b/c the handle was pulling me back down vs up. <BR> <BR>So, in summary, get the tower.

hyperlitenrd 10-01-2003 2:43 PM

Yes tower tower tower, and tower. Our new people succsess rate is 100% b/c of the tower i would like the think. It has also helped me w2w even with our small wide wake.so i say again tower tower tower

deepstructure 10-01-2003 11:50 PM

this is really a question? <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>


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