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Old    Tyler R. (ar1stotle)      Join Date: Jun 2006       12-08-2006, 9:36 PM Reply   
Hello again. Well, my first board should be on it's way. Too bad I can't ride until later next year, but I'm pumped. Anyway, about towers. My grandpa has a Glasstron boat. I'm not exactly sure of the model, but it's not a professional wakeboarding boat or anything. I've heard people say good things about towers, but they are quite expensive. However, I was just looking at them, and I had a thought.... my grandpa's boat has a canopy-type thing that I noticed looked a bit like a tower. So, my question is, is it possibly to open it up and somehow tie the line to it? Or would that be a bad idea? I don't know how sturdy it is or anything, but it just got me thinking.
Old    Manny (mrm2083)      Join Date: Nov 2005       12-08-2006, 9:41 PM Reply   
it sounds like you're talking about a bimini top. If that's what it is forget it, if not that do pull ups on it, is it perfectly sturdy when you do them?
Old    Tyler R. (ar1stotle)      Join Date: Jun 2006       12-09-2006, 4:55 AM Reply   
Heh, I doubt it :-( Well, it was worth a thought.

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