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Old     (robertr720)      Join Date: Aug 2007       09-11-2008, 11:51 AM Reply   
Alright, I know that there is a post of this in the wake disscusion forum but I thought I would put it here. I really just started to try this trick but have wanted it in the bag for a while. Anyway I was trying them last night and was finally able to get them behind me but for some reason I ripped both of them back to fakie, switch, whatever you want to call it and landed them. I thought I was gonna die both times so I really tried not to let myself pull the handle across my body on the next couple, but then they wouldn't drift out the back as far, or at all really. It has been driving me nuts all morning and I can't seem to put my finger on what I was doing wrong. Maybe just to tired. Just wondering if anyone else has had the same troubles with this trick and what they might have done to fix it.

And for those looking to try them, I have read alot that you really need to push off your back foot to get the board up and out, but for me loading the line with my front foot and hand sent me packing everytime. I was sill pushing hard off of my back but loading hard on my front and making sure to hold my edge all the way through the wake.

 
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