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Old     (kristian)      Join Date: Nov 2002       03-11-2010, 6:51 PM Reply   
Hey WakeWorld friends!
Can you al help me with a little experiment. I’m trying to find out the most preferred stance option between boat and cable/rail riders.

I personally spend most of my time hitting rails and prefer a really wide stance (28 inches) My knee’s and balance are most comfortable with that.
I was curious as to what everyone else prefers and what everyone else would like if you don’t have the stance they desire on the board you currently ride. Or any other thoughts.

I’ll list some stance ranges from popular boards for reference. Could you please tell me what you like and what you normally ride behind (boat, cable, jet ski, winch, etc, etc)

My personal opinion is that all boards should have a super wide stance, a “regular” stance width and a slightly narrower one. Making all insert holes potentially serve a purpose. Share your thoughts.

Thanks a bunch everyone!

Stance widths (all 2010 models)
LF Watson 143: 23-27”
LF Witness 140: 22-26”
LF Lyman 139: 22-26”
Byerly Monarch 54: 19-25”
Obrien Valhalla 138: 21-25”
Obrien Player 143: 22-26”
Ronix One 142: 19-25”
Ronix Bill 142: 19.5-25.5”
CWB Absolute 141: 22-26”

Couldn’t find the exact numbers on the flex boards but I know they run a pretty dam wide stance.
And couldn’t find anything on hyperlite but I was told their new nova track system runs 3” wider than their bio counterparts.



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