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  • Wake tower modification

    I have a tower that is 10 inches wider that my boat. I was thinking to either bend it or make to cuts and the weld it in each side in order to form like an “s” to decrease the width.

    Have anybody here has some similar adjustments?

    What do you recommend?

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    Originally posted by Caribenio View Post
    I have a tower that is 10 inches wider that my boat.


    What do you recommend?
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      you do not want to effect the geometry as that will effect the pull height and that just might be critical. I like building/ modifying stuff, but I don't see how you could safely make the modifications and know it would remain safe for those pulled behind it. The only way to safely weld something like this is to slip a tube inside for a brace and weld it true. But you still need the pull height and geometry correct
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