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Old    Britt Hogland (bhog)      Join Date: Jul 2006       06-19-2007, 7:15 AM Reply   
I just want to hear how you correct craft guys are weighting your old 210's. I know you really dont need too much weight to get a good wake. RIght now I am only running 1200 pounds. 640 in the back, 400 ski locker, and 160 in the nose. The wake is great but want to see if I could get a little more out of it.
Old    Stan Tanner (sbt3)      Join Date: Jun 2002       06-19-2007, 7:32 AM Reply   
I run about 1200 in the back 680 in the ski locker 80 next to the driver and 200 all the way up in the nose. Great wake but you are going to have to ride at least at 22-23mph or faster to avoid the wake crumbling. I ride around 25mph.
Old    Greg Holloway (holloway0105)      Join Date: May 2007       06-19-2007, 12:00 PM Reply   
I had an 02 210 and I still ride behind an 01 210 pretty regularly. In mine I filled stock and I put an 800 in front of the back seat, and a 350 in the walkway. In the 01 we put 350's in the locker and a 350 in the walkway on top of stock. I prefer the first way though, at 75 ft. and 22 to 23 mph.
Old    Flux (flux)      Join Date: Jun 2003       06-19-2007, 12:09 PM Reply   
~1000 in the rear where the stock tanks were, Stock 300 in the belly tank, and about 500 in the bow. Also keep about 100 or so on the floor for balancing the wake.

Figure 23-24mph and 75 foot out.

Started with the stock setup, wedge tanks about 500 in the rear or so and the belly. Need to add equally to the bow and the rear over that. Otherwise boat will never plane correctly. Also helps to ramp the wake a bit, otherwise it can become somewhat nasty.

So 1800-2000 lbs, with about 1000 or so of that in the rear. 23+ mph and 75 feet out min and you will get alot out of the wake, right??

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