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    Quote Originally Posted by rockymtnsurfer View Post
    This would work

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    $2500??? holy $hit.... I can't fathom spending that kind of coin when passengers should be doing that for free as part of the "day on the water".
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandm View Post
    $2500??? holy $hit.... I can't fathom spending that kind of coin when passengers should be doing that for free as part of the "day on the water".
    Dammit…. I have an issue fellas… I dont look at the price of something until my mind thinks it could work and put it on my ‘list’…. But yes…. I feel like I have worked so hard to ‘train’ passengers to manage those tasks (though early season retraining is always required) that I dont want to give them an excuse to do less ha ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockymtnsurfer View Post
    This would work

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    That's pretty cool, but for $2,745 I can have someone in the back of the boat toss out the rope and deal with a tangle every now and then LOL
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    what I don't get is as the driver, rather than not worry about distance from the boat to the rider as the passenger will toss the rope over the waiting rider's head and they can catch, now I have to ensure the distance from the boat to the rider is the distance the rope is dangling over the rider for them to grab.
    initially seems like this is going to add a lot for the driver to ensure proper distance based on the pic of the item swung over the lake but maybe I'm missing something....
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    Rope duty isn't that hard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    Rope duty isn't that hard.


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    It shouldn’t be !! lol
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    I will rent myself out to any of you for rope duty for half of that price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFarr View Post
    I will rent myself out to any of you for rope duty for half of that price!

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    Be careful what you wish for lol!!!
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    Rope wranglers are also free ballast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukabor View Post
    This…. Would like to have additional confirmation with those who have real life experience, have ‘heard’ with the shoreline if using the top of the tower position for towing you run the rope under and it works… though I am sure over time the rope rubbing on the material will have an impact…. The side points seem to be fine from what I can see on the pictures…. (But my eyes have often deceived me)
    i was going to run the poll mounts on top which would allow room for the rope to mount in the normal spot but i have side pull points that we use 99% of the time. i think it looks a little better under on the rack. if someone wants to wake board then i would take down the shade. itis very ease to put up and only takes about 2-3 min to do. its easier then the stock bimini.
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