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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-11-2018, 06:48 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Folks,
Just about to invest in a spark, settled on the 3 up 90, does anybody else wake board with this model, pros and cons if possible please
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Hey Robbie,

No experience, myself; all’s I can offer is this article ...: https://www.steveninsales.com/can-wa...ehind-jet-ski/

Best o’ Success!
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I tow with 2016 2up 90hp. It’s takes longer to start up but you will get up just takes a second longer
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Thanks folks,
We bit the bullet and hit the water with one new 3up and a demo 2 up, as the two stock new 3ups both failed to start with a crankcase sensor fail, brand new i even helped lift one out of the packing case. Junior took the 2 up and went wakeboarding Sunday, no dramas at all, not as much wake as a boat, but pulled easy and great fun
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... the two stock new 3ups both failed to start with a crankcase sensor fail, brand new i even helped lift one out of the packing case. ...
WTF? Can you elaborate? That sounds crazy not good?

(Also, I’m not clear; y’all have 4 new skis or, 2 new and 2 older? Or, do you work at a dealer?)

Glad you were still able to get out on the water!

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i have to tow my jet sky, so which trailer is best for this job? i have one more option to take Rite way towing. a towing service.
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i have to tow my jet sky, so which trailer is best for this job? i have one more option to take Rite way towing. a towing service.
I would go with Triton; we have two - one a single ski and the other a two ski trailer. Both are built to last.

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