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skiboarder
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Justin
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Harrelson
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Birthday: (35 years old)
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Wake: Ronix William 140
Park: Ronix Bill 140
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Wake: Ronix Parks
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Boat Year:
2010
Boat Make:
Malibu
Boat Model:
VLX
Recent Activity
16 hour(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: Surfing on Vics - Pic to explain
Cheesesteak, I think it has more to do with the speed of the rollers. The momentum pushes them out a longer distance before they turn. Just based on experience, surf rollers stick around longer and bulge the river up and down. Wakeboard wakes just...
17 hour(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: Surfing on Vics - Pic to explain
CIE is right. All wakes move on an arch and not straight to shore. The surf waves are so slow that the arch eventually turns straight down the line. Surely, you have noticed that when you pick up your wake surfer and continue the same direction th...
6 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: Putting "stiff vs. flex" to rest
harf ride the time bomb off the wake. It is a rock. It just has an open edge.
8 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: Putting "stiff vs. flex" to rest
Steel doesn't ride for Ronix and can ride any board he wants. He chooses the William...
8 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: Putting "stiff vs. flex" to rest
Any advanced rider knows that a flexy board is a lot of fun (I spent a season on one) behind a boat, but you absolutely do not ride them for the pop. Also, I'd like to add that Steel is by far the strongest athlete in the bunch. He has always had ...
14 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: G23 fuel economy
I regret being so harsh, but I based on my experience, the consumption between boats is negligible when you try to level all variables. Variations in consumption can easily be cancelled by specific variables on any given day. How many people, swit...
14 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: G23 fuel economy
On top of being able to afford the boat, I have been wakeboarding 22 years, I am an expert wakeboarder, I've owned 7 boats, I've worked at a boat dealership and I have if I was to guess 5000+ hours behind the wheel of wake/skiboats at ski-schools....
14 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: G23 fuel economy
Oh lord people. I own my own business and I have a current year model boat (That is all WW cares about). Successful people do not waste on trivial differences. $5 extra/hour is nothing. Spread the cost of the upgrade in engines across boat hours. ...
14 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: G23 fuel economy
All fuel consumption discussion are stupid except for academic math problems. When you consider the overall cost of boats and even the upcharge between motors, to discuss the extra few dollars/hour of operation is outrageous. The savings of the sm...
14 day(s) ago
skiboarder made a post in this thread: G23 fuel economy
Bad, they are all bad. If you can't afford the gas get a smaller boat. Every discussion on fuel economy is ridiculous. $800/month payment year round plus storage and the extra $500/month vs $300 for a small DD for summer months is going to put you...
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