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    Registered Rambunctious's Avatar
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    check the drive steering tiller arm slack
    ( hold steering wheel, pull drive back and forth)
    a loose or worn tiller arm will make the boat wander when you don't expect

    also, if you cut across a wake at 45 deg angle, the waves cancel out. try it.

    glad to see someone taking it safe, asking for advice, instead of throttle to the max


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    Charter Member # 55 Charter Member Griff's Avatar
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    Sounds to me like you need to hit wakes straighter on.

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    yup, point and Shoot, dont roll over the top, 45* more or less, and throttle thru, not too much throttle just enough to make it thru without getting too much air.

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