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Old 04 July 2006, 08:57   #1
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Ok does anyone have either of the following, if so which one would you get?
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Old 04 July 2006, 09:04   #2
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Got the alligator, or shark as it was.. Good fun, but prolly a little too tame for you.. I managed to tow with the two girls, and some Irish hitchiker, at Priory Bay last year, with no real problem..

We also have a Jobe Tribal, which can go a little faster.. (As Martin found out.. )

Taking the shark to France.. And your more than welcome to try either out anytime..
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Got the alligator, or shark as it was.. Good fun, but prolly a little too tame for you.. I managed to tow with the two girls, and some Irish hitchiker, at Priory Bay last year, with no real problem..

We also have a Jobe Tribal, which can go a little faster.. (As Martin found out.. )

Taking the shark to France.. And your more than welcome to try either out anytime..
So perhaps the Jobe Lighning which I missed off first time round would be better?
Hope you ditched the hitchhiker good and proper I expect the corks on his hat might have kept him afloat
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The Lightening looks like last years Tribal.. Gonna have to trade my Tribal in, don't want people thinking I can only afford last years stuff..

We bought the Tribal thinking it might be easy for the girls to clamber onto, rather than the Shark..
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The Lightening looks like last years Tribal.. Gonna have to trade my Tribal in, don't want people thinking I can only afford last years stuff..

We bought the Tribal thinking it might be easy for the girls to clamber onto, rather than the Shark..
very happy to buy last years model if it is for sale
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How about this

Least it would match the Rib , apparently it is designed to float around on in the waves/water.
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Made my mind up

Ordered this:-
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Richard remember to check your OK to tow it with your current insurance, I had to upgrade for toys. Enjoy
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Tony,

Does the tribal have fins on the bottom so you can steer it? If so I wanna play!

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Do you have a Costco down near you? They got a huge selection of toobs at very good we got the seadoo (jetski style in your 1st pic) for 99 quids ! a lot of fun with 3 on.
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