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Old     (Zakoattak0)      Join Date: Aug 2017       02-04-2018, 6:20 PM Reply   
Alright so not wakesurf related other than the boat and i'm posting here because it seems the most active. So my lady like tubing, not the tubing you and I like. She prefers a leisurely lap around the lake at semi slow speeds and god help me if she ends up outside the wake while out there. That being said anyone tube with ballast to get that big wake for their riders? If so what are your comments or thoughts on it?
Old     (dvsone79)      Join Date: Dec 2012       02-05-2018, 2:19 PM Reply   
Do everyone a favor: teach her a board sport and ditch the tube.
Old     (soonerbilly)      Join Date: Jul 2013       02-05-2018, 3:58 PM Reply   
Esp. if youre gonna do it fully weighted....jees. I have newies and small kids on my boat often so I get that the tube has a purpose....but at least get her on a knee board.
Old     (psudy)      Join Date: Dec 2003       02-06-2018, 2:00 PM Reply   
Throw her off that thing once like a rag doll and she will never want to do it again. Your problems are solved.
Old     (markj)      Join Date: Apr 2005       02-06-2018, 2:27 PM Reply   
Old     (Bakes)      Join Date: Mar 2010       02-06-2018, 4:19 PM Reply   

No ballast, 25-30 mph is my rec
Old     (stevo8290)      Join Date: Sep 2008       02-06-2018, 6:54 PM Reply   
what did i just read
Old     (racer808)      Join Date: Jan 2013       02-07-2018, 2:31 PM Reply   
Why would you run ballast to pull tubes? Pull your tuber through double ups or triple ups, if you can't launch them sky high from that you're doing it all wrong & ballast won't help.
Old     (andy_nintzel)      Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Minnesnowda       02-08-2018, 7:02 AM Reply   
Originally Posted by Bakes View Post

No ballast, 25-30 mph is my rec
He's OUT! hahahaah
Old     (fence_sence)      Join Date: Jul 2008       02-08-2018, 7:42 AM Reply   
Get a different chick.
Old     (Reddog78)      Join Date: Mar 2017       02-08-2018, 9:05 AM Reply   
^+1 trade her in. Sounds like a dead fish.
Old     (denverd1)      Join Date: May 2004 Location: Tyler       02-15-2018, 1:15 PM Reply   
put a large anchor in the tube with her. get her started then pull to middle of the lake. disconnect tow rope, drive straight for 2 minutes, then turn and come back by her at surfing speed. shoot holes in the tube as you pass by.

actually use a bag of concrete, tell her it's a seat so she can see. don't want to lose a good anchor.
Old     (Mike88)      Join Date: Aug 2016       02-16-2018, 6:45 AM Reply   
Hahahahahaha that’s a pretty damn sick post !
Man, just don’t imagine someone pulling a tube with all ballast full hahaha.
Used to make tube Couple Times per summer when kids are in with their friends and cousin.
Tubbing is already deadly for them without ballast at wakeboard speed and taking taking our wave hahaha.
With ballast full even if it’s for me or anybody i know pretty sure it end up with a corpse or tromatized haha..
What a crazy idea lol.
Old     (aricsx15)      Join Date: Jan 2014       02-16-2018, 9:06 AM Reply
Old     (simplej)      Join Date: Sep 2011       02-16-2018, 12:04 PM Reply   
I tow tubes with stretch 60’ stretch line, wedge down, and all 2800 lbs in. From the tower.

I also keep an ambulance on standby.

Last edited by simplej; 02-16-2018 at 12:07 PM.


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