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Old    Dtb (dtb)      Join Date: May 2002       06-18-2002, 10:58 AM Reply   
are any riders doing many inverts without a tower or extended pylon. i have not had the opportunity to ride behind a tower but do a lot of riding behind and in/out with a regular tow hookup. i can land 3's and have been close on a few backroll and tantrum attempts but am yet to stick one. was just wondering whether any of you are able to stick such tricks without a tower and without a very big wake for that matter. any advice will help.

thanks, d
Old    jdpritch89            06-18-2002, 12:43 PM Reply   
I learned how to ride behind a 16ft aluminun bass attacker fishing boat. I landed 3's and backside rolls. It only had a Yamaha 90 horse motor so I had to tuck hard and fast on the rolls. Now I have an 89 Ski Supreme w/ pylon...it's for sale if anyone is interested. jdpritch89@yahoo.com
Old    ridehyco            06-18-2002, 10:50 PM Reply   
Yea..what he said. I'm landing backrolls behind a cobalt 190 with no tower, and relatively no wake. You have to tuck and roll fast. They aint pretty, but they'll give you good practice. So once you get to the real wakeboarding boats, they're like old hat. :-)

H

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