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    Default Bullet Lines Combo Wake Surf Rack

    Anyone have any experience with the Bullet Lines Combo Rack? It looks like a bargain at $109. http://www.bulletlines.com/Wakesurf-...cks-p/1013.htm
    Tom

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    That looks like a great deal. Anyone want to speek up on this?
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    Looks good to me.
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    I'm considering switching to this one as well - I have their kneeboard/wakeboard combo racks and they are great - just we NEVER kneeboard and the jaws are too wide for much of anything else. Suppose I could double stack surfers in there but I only have two.

    I noticed in the description that it rotates in 22.5 degree increments though which has me wondering if I could get it to mount level on the tower. My other racks mentioned above can free rotate and mount to virtually any angle you want.
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    Well I just bought one. The only able to adjust 22.5 degrees at a time has me a bit worryed but I guess i will see how it works. Thanks Berg for pointing that out. Just something to note when i mount it.
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    Ain't nothing a drill won't fix. Now I'm starting to sound like my dentist.
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    ...or Dusty's mom
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    I purchased the single surf rack from them a few weeks back and it looks pretty nice. Just haven't had the time to mount it to the tower to see how it is going to work. Got tired of stepping over the board on the floor, but I just bought a second board so I'm going to have to figure something else out.
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    Is that the one with the 22.5 degree rotation points? Curious if it looks like it will mount up and sit level.
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    Some of those racks you can stack two surfboards in. I'm wondering if I can get a kneeboard and a surfboard in mine.
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