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2000 Response setup to wakesurf


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I have a 2000 Response and just bought a 2010 Hazzard wake surf board. I have a wedge and usually have 5-6 people in the boat. Do I need fat sac's? If I do, I will definitely exceed the weight limit? I have surfed before, but wondering about weight limits...do NOT want to sink the boat!!!

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The biggest thing to watch for is your fuel vent going under water and getting water in the tank. I have experience with that. As far as loading goes, 5-6 people will get you pretty close to the limit. Try to get weight to the surf side. I have a couple of sacs but only use them if no people. The Response wake will be small but is surfable right up practically on the platform.

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i'm able to surf easily with a 550# stbd side of the engine, 200# or so in the bow, wedge, and people sitting on the bag/stbd side. it's not huge, but it's very pretty and fun.

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