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6ballsisall
07-27-2006, 11:01 AM
Great deal on a Wakesurfers at Barts!! I just got mine yesterday and was pretty impressed with the quality! I haven't used it yet and am hoping it isn't to small for the wake my boat will produce but for $100 it's worth a shot! I normally buy my stuff from a smaller but more industry focused source but while buying some Babes Boat products I saw this deal. Maybe someone else needs one too!

http://www.bartswatersports.com/catalog/Wake_Surfers/Liquid_Force_Skim_Skate/index.asp

love2fly
07-27-2006, 11:12 AM
Great price, do you know what weight limit it has? I think that size works up to 180lbs, but not sure.

3event
07-27-2006, 11:21 AM
That is a screamin deal....

My Hyperlite is 57" (was$200ish) , and after 4-5 attempts not close to freeride. The problem is not just the wake I am sure. PS197, rear seat up, stock rear bag full, driver + 2. It sounds like some people use longer boards, particularly when learning. I have not managed to try this when we have a real gang available to pile into the boat

Load er up as much as you can!

It sure attracts some attention from other boaters. Wallys with mouths agape - what's he doing???? is that a surfboard?????:)

slalomskifreak
07-29-2006, 12:18 AM
Wow, thanks for the link. I ordered mine tonight also. Can't wait to use it. We surf behind a Malibu. I haven't tried my 190, but have seen some do it. I have heard them say it really has a nice surf wake. Here is a pic of me surfing. Drinking a pop.;)

Curt

Leroy
07-29-2006, 12:50 AM
That does look temping, I am looking at a 66" for $250 and think the 54" may be too short for me.

Does anyone know how big Mag's is? Mag?

Ryan27r
08-05-2006, 04:40 AM
That does look temping, I am looking at a 66" for $250 and think the 54" may be too short for me.

Does anyone know how big Mag's is? Mag?
Go for a HL Landlocked if thats not the one you are talking about

Prostar19
08-07-2006, 04:58 PM
I have been riding Inland Surfer. Great for bigger guys and smaller wakes. I have the Blue Lake and Red Tide. The red tide is a very relaxing board you can just cruise. I weigh 250 and had my 60 pound nephew on my shoulders with no rope behind a 2006 X2.

www.inlandsurfer.com

RexDog1
08-07-2006, 05:44 PM
http://www.howtowakesurf.com/ (http://www.howtowakesurf.com/)

I found this website, but do not click on the skull and crossbones :noface:
Do not do it,:noface: I am warning you!!!!!:noface: Just look at the info
Take my word for it :cool:

The Joesterizer is fun!!!

SteveO
08-07-2006, 06:13 PM
Jeff, tried the link and did not see any $100 boards. Which one is the screaming deal?

Ric
08-07-2006, 06:15 PM
Jeff, tried the link and did not see any $100 boards. Which one is the screaming deal? same here jeff:confused: