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Signup Date:November 27, 2006
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Sanger Towboat Owners Association
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About Me
Username:
rallyart
First Name:
Art
Gender:
Birthday: (58 years old)
Occupation:
Employer:
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Home Ride Spot:
Favorite Rider(s):
My kids
Personal Quote:
Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want.
My Gear
Board(s):
Slingshot Response, O'brien Coda, Hyperlite, Inland Surfer Blue Lake, Phase 5 Prop, AirChair.
My Boat
Boat Year:
2006
Boat Make:
Sanger
Boat Model:
D215
Trailer:
Sport Boat
Engine:
Mercruiser Scorpion 330
Prop:
Acme 911
Ballast Setup:
Stock 500 in forward ski locker.
300# Fly High tube sac in the rear locker.
400# Fly High in the rear lounge floor when surfing.
Three 150# Fly High fat bricks moved where needed when surfing.
Stereo Setup:
Stock yucky set up that is almost never on.
Options / Accessories:
Bennett trim tab - excellent
Fresh Air Exhaust - the best addition
Perfect Pass Star Gazer - very nice to have
Depth finder - good for adding confidence near a dock.
Bimini - could be bigger but it never rattles. Stock
Fly High wakeboard racks - very solid and easy to use.
Box Anchor - simply better than any other anchor I've used.
Hul Hug'r fenders - good for a low profile boat.
Two 3 outlet heaters, one cockpit, one lounge -Great.
Tow Vehicle:
Saab 9-7x, 2007 4.2
Recent Activity
2 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: New to the site, boat help?
Check the weights of the boats you want to look at. If you are going to ride a slalom ski at any level you need to write off anything 23' or bigger. Those can produce nice surf wakes an wakeboard wakes but are just too big to be comfortable on a...
4 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Mooring whips
Jason, the "Ultimate Mooring Whips" by DockMate are good. They have the rocker base and I know they can handle storm conditions. TJ is right on the money about using mooring lines and spring lines when you tie up and leave the boat on the whips ...
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