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247 Goofy set-up

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csilcox

Can anyone give me their best recipe for Goofy side set up on a 2010 247....Laste year I got an awesome regular side and it was hit or miss on Goofy side. I am filling all surfside as well as mid and bow MLS and putting a 400 in compartment behind cooler 1100 in rear hatch and a 750 on surf side seat. My regular side I put a 750 in bow on surf side but it does not seem to help on goofy. Wedge all the way down and up 2 clicks. AM I missing anything? It seem REALLY short and hard to stay in pocket....Any ideas from 247 owners?? I was under impression that Starboard side was better but I have not experienced that yet.

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Arizona247

I have a 2011 and my goofy side wave is really good. I run surfside ballast (right rear, center, front), 1100lbs in the locker, 750 on the seat, 250 in the walk-way, and 500 in the bow, plus 8-10 people (4-5 adults, 4-5 teenagers), and wedge all the way down. I'll see if I can find some pictures, but it seems to work great for me and my crew…Two of us are working on 360's now, so it's got a ton of push.

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csilcox

Thanks!! I never have tried any weight in walkway I will try this weekend!

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saxton15

What kind of bag do you have for your center walkway?

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Arizona247

What kind of bag do you have for your center walkway?

I use Fly Highs Pro X Series, they're square, so they don't move around.

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saxton15

The Fat Brick? I'm looking for some extra weight I can fill while it's just the wife and I out here.

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Arizona247

The Fat Brick? I'm looking for some extra weight I can fill while it's just the wife and I out here.

Yes, they sit on the seat and the floor better. Don't roll around or off the seat.

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