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JayRad

Wakefx surf gate

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JayRad

Anyone tried or seen this system? They have a new one made of metal that looks badass. You can look at their website or I saw it on Instagram. Any input?

http://www.wakefx.com

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bunji169

Very expensive.

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racer808

Hopefully they have better customer response than the other ones. I've been trying to reach WakeShaper with no luck. Deff not just gonna put my CC into their site when they can't even respond to their messages.

This one looks cool but it does look expensive

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JayRad

I did some research and found that their plastic or starboard type gate is $500 per side. The metal has to be double that.

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JayRad

I was thinking of making my own similar to the starboard style. Looks like I could use a food/kitchen cutting board for the paddle and cut it to shape. Maybe that along with aluminum angle iron. Just a thought???

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JayRad

Giving my c.c info to some guy working out of his garage that won't even return calls sounds like a bad idea

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wbwakesetter

I did a demo day with him. He lives on my lake so that was helpful. He is about done doing his R&D, the last part was to shorten up the adjustable telescoping pole. I am pretty impressed with this product. We used it behind my buddy's 06 VLX, and it made an absolute huge wave, but sadly we could not get the wake dilled in, since the telescoping pole was all the way retracted and it was still extended out a little too far and didn't have quite the push needed. but then we put in on his 06 23 lsv and that had a really nice wave. it took a few minutes to set it up for each boat and switch from goofy to regular but I like how it dose not feel cheap. I have used the plastic HDP wake surfing tabs that you can buy and have seen them break for almost no reason at all.

I have also see this turn the wake on a master craft X2 into something that you can acutely surf behind and that is saying a lot.

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