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Forum: Wakesurfing 09-11-2019, 7:22 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
4'-6" or 4'-8". Don't get a 5' board, they're...

4'-6" or 4'-8". Don't get a 5' board, they're slow, not very agile & are for big boys, like 6'5' & 350 pounds. My buddy is 6' 250 pounds of shear muscle & he rides my Sweet Spot just fine, have to...
Forum: Wakesurfing 09-11-2019, 1:51 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
Can't go wrong with an inland surfer sweet spot...

Can't go wrong with an inland surfer sweet spot pro. Doomswell Neo or other Doomswell boards. If you have a dealer close by, some do demos. Otherwise you can be like me & just keep buying boards...
Forum: Wakesurfing 09-10-2019, 2:39 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
That's a big board man, you do need more weight &...

That's a big board man, you do need more weight & a better wave to ride that. I'm 5'10 180 pounds & most of my boards are 4'-6" to 4'-8" except the long board is 5'-4" & skim is 53".
Forum: Wakesurfing 09-10-2019, 1:58 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
With hard tanks full & 540 in each locker in the...

With hard tanks full & 540 in each locker in the rear? Totally surfable, not great but totally rideable, I'd move all your weight to the rear & not run any front weight for now till you have more...
Forum: Wakesurfing 09-09-2019, 4:58 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
I teach the 60/40 rule; 60% of my weight is on...

I teach the 60/40 rule; 60% of my weight is on my front foot mostly towards my big toe, sort of like starting a power slide on a skate board going front edge on a wakeboard. 40% on my back. Try...
Forum: Wakesurfing 09-06-2019, 6:37 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 9,193
Posted By wombat2wombat
More weight is needed in the rear. Like 900-1100...

More weight is needed in the rear. Like 900-1100 per side, but you could still surf with the weight you have. You'll get better results running a little less weight on non surf side. If you know...
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