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Old    Brando (bb11)      Join Date: Feb 2005       02-04-2005, 4:01 PM Reply   
I am begining to try 3's. I am wondering if wrapped 3's are easir than regular 3's? Also do you have any tips for learning 3"s? Thanks
Old    Thane Dogg (thane_dogg)      Join Date: Jun 2002       02-07-2005, 4:30 PM Reply   
hey dude, first of all, don't try wrapping anything yet. Trying to stay on balance while cutting in wrapped is not easy, and it leaves you no safe out if you bail at the last minute.

Slow the boat down to about 12-15 mph and just do surface spins and pass the handle. Also try turning around backwards and putting both hands on the handle behind your back and slide that way for a while. Then bump the speed up to about 18 and try one wake 3's. I guarantee you'll fall every time, but you will get the motion and the falls won't hurt. Then when you're comfortable with that, start trying them wake to wake.

There's some really good articles on spinning in WBM in the Higher Learning section. You should subscribe.
Old    Brando (bb11)      Join Date: Feb 2005       02-07-2005, 8:15 PM Reply   
Thanks alot. I will try that out and i will subscride to WBM, thanks for the help.

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