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11-23-2009, 03:13 PM
My rack is a double wakeboard rack, but it doesn't hold the bottom board good when you have two boards on it. Is this a problem they all have. Do the roswells do this.
11-24-2009, 09:29 AM
Not sure who made our racks. (have Supra engraved on outside) and they don't swivel, but are stationary and attach to both wake tower supports. They have a rubber insert that lines the prongs to support the boards. They have an elastic cable that holds them in the slots.
It is a snug fit to put the board in and we haven't had any issue with them flopping around. (Only had the boat out for 3 weekends since we just purchased it. Now it is in storage). Our skies also fit snug in the racks which will be nice to get them off the floor area and drain overboard.
11-25-2009, 01:25 PM
Not sure what boat you have or if they are Roswells, but place the wider of the 2 boards on the bottom so the elastic strap gets a good "bite" on it, then then it'll catch the top board on the way back to hook it. Sometimes we have to shift boards from side to side based on what we are carrying, boot config, sizing, etc. to find a good match up. Unless you have a clamp setup like Master Craft, I think this is common place.
A small piece of pipe insulation or "noodle " will tighten them up. It's a cheap easy fix and easily removable.
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