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  1. #1
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    Default Wakesurf Rack Recommendations

    What is everyone using for wakesurf racks? My CWB Ride and my Hyperlite Broadcast fit fine in the factory wakeboard rack, but my son's Hyperlite Coex and my newly acquired React Egg will not (too thick). I'm looking for recommendations on what has worked for you. I would prefer a rack that holds two boards instead of one and of course, reasonably priced would be nice.

    Thanks,

    Al
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    Al, check out diy wake, i used one at the atlanta jamboree- held 2 boards just fine
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by cab13367 View Post
    What is everyone using for wakesurf racks? My CWB Ride and my Hyperlite Broadcast fit fine in the factory wakeboard rack, but my son's Hyperlite Coex and my newly acquired React Egg will not (too thick). I'm looking for recommendations on what has worked for you. I would prefer a rack that holds two boards instead of one and of course, reasonably priced would be nice.

    Thanks,

    Al
    I have 2 dbot5 surf racks.... each holds two boards. They have worked great for me. I have a landlock and red woody that fit great in there. I can imagine the thinner boards having some extra rattle room, because the rack spacing is generous.

    I started with one rack (posted a few bad pics so you can see where I installed my first one) and I just bought a second one that I will mount on the opposite side.
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    Al
    I have the Db0t5 Surf Rack as well. They were one of the few I could find that was a dbl surf rack..
    I like where you mounted that Adsman.. Any issues with it up there? I have it under the factory racks now and screwed up and loaded it on the trailer with it on! OOPS..
    Dbot5 has great customer service and help me get parts to repair my OOPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04OUTBACK View Post
    Al
    I have the Db0t5 Surf Rack as well. They were one of the few I could find that was a dbl surf rack..
    I like where you mounted that Adsman.. Any issues with it up there? I have it under the factory racks now and screwed up and loaded it on the trailer with it on! OOPS..
    Dbot5 has great customer service and help me get parts to repair my OOPS!

    BW
    agreed Dbot5 has had great service....

    I havent had any problems with the location that I have the racks mounted at now. I installed the second rack last time out (boat looks like a 24 point buck) ... the only issue that I have had is IF you have the boards sitting to far back on the rack, the ski line will kiss the back of the boards if you cut way out to the side of the boat while wakeboarding... if you move them a tad forward its not a problem.

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    We ordered one from lip boating on ebay or you can go direct www.lipboating.com, pictures are better on the ebay store(lipboating). Great quality and as expected. quick release they have racks for both slim (less padded) 3" or less and for thicker ones 3+'" to 5".

    sorry this was for kneeboard racks, they do have wakesurf racks as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adsman View Post
    I have 2 dbot5 surf racks.... each holds two boards. They have worked great for me. I have a landlock and red woody that fit great in there. I can imagine the thinner boards having some extra rattle room, because the rack spacing is generous.

    I started with one rack (posted a few bad pics so you can see where I installed my first one) and I just bought a second one that I will mount on the opposite side.
    found another pic that shows the rack placement (from afar) profile view
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    Thanks Adsman,
    I am thinking I will move mine to there.. Won't be as easy to ram it on the trailer guide poles!
    Brad

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    Default New location of the Surf Rack

    I moved it today! I think I will like this much better...
    I ordered another Dbot5 wakeboard rack this week and I will put it on the opposite side in the same place.
    We always have 2 boards each..1 regular and 1 roam...plus guest boards... This should do it..
    Although the wife was on a MC X-30 last weekend and really likes the swivels!!!
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    Brad

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    I was going to buy a rack for my CWB Razr but then decided it would be cheaper to upgrade to a skim style surfboard that fits into my OEM rack.
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