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skiguy

Wakesurf Board Recommendations - DD Boat with a Heavy Rider

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skiguy

I'm 220lbs. with a '98 Sunsetter LX DD boat with gates and ballast. Beginner skill level for my whole family but want a board I won't have to replace next year when we have it figured out. The local shop recommended a couple boards for me and my setup. The Ronix Thruster and the Koal Powertail (the longer/5ft. models). I was hoping some folks here had some experience with these and other models and could steer us in the right direction for our particular setup.

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Stevo

Tsunami is a good one, my buddy has one, I'm 6,4 240

The construction of the tsunami is compression mold vs the foam core boards makes it more durable as we'll.

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saxton15

My father in law is 225 and he rides the Inland Surfer Blue Lake without any issues.

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REW

I'm 220lbs. with a '98 Sunsetter LX DD boat with gates and ballast. Beginner skill level for my whole family but want a board I won't have to replace next year when we have it figured out. The local shop recommended a couple boards for me and my setup. The Ronix Thruster and the Koal Powertail (the longer/5ft. models). I was hoping some folks here had some experience with these and other models and could steer us in the right direction for our particular setup.

Hijack, How is your ballast set up?

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skiguy

Haven't implemented yet but I'm going with Ronix Eight.3 800lb bags on each side of the engine, wedge down and a 500lb sack in the locker. Also made some surf gates.

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wakemitch

The Inland Surfer Red Rocket will be the best board for that boat at your weight. There arent many boards that will get you ropeless with that set up.

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