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Old    portside            11-20-2006, 4:59 PM Reply   
I have been looking into buying a wakeskate for some time now. I was just wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction as to what kind of characteristics I should be looking into.

For starters though, I have been wakeboarding for 6-7 years. I am currently sporting a 2005 Byerly 137 wakeboard and 2006 Byerly bindings.

As far as wakeskating goes I have tried it a few times when one of my friends came out. As far as tricks go for the wakeskate I have no idea where I would be looking to progress the most since I am not a skateboarder.

So would anyone know what kind of board I should buy or have any insight as to how the characteristics of the board will change the ride? Price is not a limitation either.

For example. a lighter board vs a heavier board,
wood vs composite
amount of rocker
etc

It's just that when I was in the market for a wakeboard I knew how things affected the board. However with my limited knowledge of skateboarding I feel a little lost when looking over specs of wakeskates.

So can anyone help me out?

P.S. Price is not a factor.

 
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