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Boatracer36

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Where is a good place to get a ski race bridle? Thinking about getting into racing. Any help would be appreciated thanks
 

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If you are in southern California go to endos in long beach. Or you can order one off of dc water skis
 

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Charlie Saunders will be at the Water Ski Race Ruenion at Marine Stadium on Saturday September 8th with his handles as well as some gear from Endo's. There also will be some Grass Roots races from 9-1 that day. Perfect day to get introduced to the sport if you are interested and there will be people to help lend you gear. No entry fees either. You won't find a better day to get introduced to the sport and for free. Here is the event flyer.
 

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+1 for Charlie. Best bridles available in my opinion and I have skied with many different bridles over the years. Another plus is Charlie will talk with you about the best way to get your bridle to fit you right and you will be buying a quality product made in the USA.
 

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Thanks for all the info guys. Think im going to get one from Endo because I want it for this weekend to start practicing. I will make sure I make it to that event in September tho.
 

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One more question... What length rope should I be using? skiing behind a 21ft outboard at speeds around 50-70?
 

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On a 360 or the like 90-115' on a race ski 150' or so

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