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Old 04-26-2016, 10:31 AM
Mx-112 Mx-112 is offline
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Did you put both of these bags in your bow under the seats? Because I have a 2001 x10 and I don't think I have enough to head room for the bags to fill completely
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Old 04-26-2016, 10:48 AM
Mx-112 Mx-112 is offline
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My 2001 x10 only has 8" of head room under the front seats in the bow but the compartments are very long. What will work best the W711 or both W703.
I have 1300lbs in the rear and 350lbs in the ski locker. I need at least 500lbs in the bow but both w711 and w703 are 12" high so I won't be able to fill them completely.
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Old 05-16-2018, 11:02 AM
jamis0n jamis0n is offline
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Originally Posted by LaneDawgBowers15 View Post
Are you trying to replace the factory one that came in your boat in the center belly locker, then you need a W704 with 3 W736 fittings, 3 w740 fittings, and 3 w742 fittings. You have to cement the 3 w736 fittings using NOTHING but PVC cement at room temperature. NOTHING else works.

For under the tip of the nose under the seats, it would be our W711.

The w704 will conform to the size so do not worry about it. Much cheaper than going back to MC for the sac.

Also, that is too much weight in the bow if you use both. Let me know what you have in the rear and if you are wakeboarding or wakesurfing because there might be some more help I can offer.

I hope this helps.

Lane "Dawg" Bowers

@LaneDawgBowers15 Can you elaborate a little more on this?

I thought I would need 2 90 degree elbow connectors for the fill and overflow inlets on the top of the W704 and then 1 straight connector for the empty on the bottom.

And what are you suggesting the 736 fittings be cemented to?

Thanks!
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Old 05-16-2018, 05:13 PM
Andy_Nintzel Andy_Nintzel is offline
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Here's a clip of my 2000 X-Star with a NautiCurl Wake Shaper on it. Full disclosure, I am one of the owners of NautiCurl. Happy to answer any questions. If anyone wants a discount code for a shaper or surfboard feel free to PM or Email me at [email protected]

Happy to help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SwSjsCW-us

Also at the end of this clip it states that the shapers are $195. That was in introductory price and before we made them float and upgraded all the hardware to stainless and aluminum.
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Old 05-17-2018, 01:58 PM
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Here's a clip of my 2000 X-Star with a NautiCurl Wake Shaper on it. Full disclosure, I am one of the owners of NautiCurl. Happy to answer any questions. If anyone wants a discount code for a shaper or surfboard feel free to PM or Email me at [email protected]

Happy to help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SwSjsCW-us

Also at the end of this clip it states that the shapers are $195. That was in introductory price and before we made them float and upgraded all the hardware to stainless and aluminum.
Oh, so NOW you’re Mr. Forthcoming? Not gonna masquerade as just some curious shopper again and ask if we’ve all heard of this new copycat wake surf shaper?
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