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Old     (mikea)      Join Date: Mar 2005       09-12-2020, 1:51 AM Reply   
Hello All,

I recently purchased a Lift E Foil. I still own my V-ride.
I was wondering if anyone knows how to safely transport an assembled Efoil in a wake boat?
My boat is in storage at the lake (a few hrs away). I am looking for suggestions on how to transport the assembled efoil in a wake boat.

Thinking about:
a nylon web strap and strapping the board above the engine compartment (board down and using the stern docking cleats)
with the foil up and forward, then running a line from the foil to the tower.

This is the best that I can think of without having the board and boat together.

Just looking for help transporting the board to a secluded spot.

Thanks, I look forward to learning the best that you have found,

(bonus info: malibu v-ride 21'6" with titan 3 tower)
Old     (mikea)      Join Date: Mar 2005       09-20-2020, 3:10 AM Reply   
any suggestions would be great.
anybody have a surf foil with suggestions.
I know that there are tower racks for Air Chairs.
But an (Assembled) E foil is really heavy-awkward- big.

I am just looking for a way to safely transport my new toy and protect everything
(board, foil, people, boat vinyl, EVERYTHING)
Old     (denverd1)      Join Date: May 2004 Location: Tyler       09-22-2020, 7:18 AM Reply   
air chair racks are about the only thing off the shelf that would work. OTT you'll have to fabricate something.

my question is why you're taking it on the boat to begin with, but of course you can do whatever you please cuz 'Merica.
Old     (onlyinboards)      Join Date: Oct 2014       09-23-2020, 2:20 AM Reply   
there is nothing off the shelf that will work. What i would do is get something like the Airboom 360 Hydrofoil Rack then have someone fabricate much longer forks to support the extra weight.


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