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BCohen

ISO Swivel racks

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BCohen

Need swivel racks for surf and wakeboards for 2004 23LSV with Illusion X tower. Need to figure out best option that will spin boards all the way in and lock, so can get in my garage door.

Cost effective or used would be awesome but I’m not sure what to get. Options seem limited 

Advice? 

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MFknK

Subscribed. I have been weighing options for my A24 as well.

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onewake09
20 minutes ago, MFknK said:

Subscribed. I have been weighing options for my A24 as well.

Two best cost effective options are the factory axis ones. Those are about 1200 for a pair. Roswell does make a nice set too, but they are about the same price once you add all the items up(you need axis adapters from roswell). I swapped out my fixed cheap looking ones last year to the factory ones and it made a world of difference. 

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BCohen

Wish I could get someone to cnc some out for me but that’s been a dead end so far 

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BCohen
On 4/3/2019 at 7:35 AM, onewake09 said:

Two best cost effective options are the factory axis ones. Those are about 1200 for a pair. Roswell does make a nice set too, but they are about the same price once you add all the items up(you need axis adapters from roswell). I swapped out my fixed cheap looking ones last year to the factory ones and it made a world of difference. 

I was actually hoping to retro some axis racks onto mine but I haven’t been able to find a dealer to sell me any...

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onewake09

Im sure if you had the racks and adapters they could be modified to fit. I have a machine shop and I know I could do it. 

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MFknK

I could do some machining myself, but I haven't quite understood what all parts from Roswell would be required to to make their racks work.

Is it just the swivel rack itself and the axis adapter?

 

If I go factory swivel, is it one part direct bolt on, or is there still an adapter needed?

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BCohen

For the Roswell for mine I have to buy the adapters which are basically L brackets that make the rack sit about 6 inches farther back, then two swivels at like 220 each, and then whatever rack I want to mount. Pretty sure the setup is about the same as factory but the factory ones are all on vs pieces together 

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