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Old 30 August 2010, 15:54   #11
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I've already hung up my wakeboard - a little bunny hop off the wake last summer jarred my dodgy knee and reminded me I was too old to be playing with young guys' toys
Dusted off my '85 Jobe 'Edge' mono, for some 'old skool' fun instead
I get my kicks underwater at a very sedate pace these days.

If i'm gonna risk bu**ering m'self up, i'll do it on a mountain.
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Old 30 August 2010, 18:11   #12
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My own Ribcraft has very large tubes and seems to produce a very high wake wave which is not great for skiing behind, a smaller tubed boat may be better but I'm no expert
Be ver interested to know which Ribcraft you have ?
I waterski, monoski, wakeboard, donut, and knee board behind my Ribcraft 7.8 and find it and Excellent ski boat. Just need to adjust speed and trim to make a nice wake for wake boarding jumps ! or nice andflat for mono'ing

I find it to be gerat boat and can take lots of people to play too ! [/QUOTE]

I have a 685 with a 200hp outboard. I have commercial spec tubes which are larger than standard.
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