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I was able to tow my waverunner with this, backup for anchoring and all it it worked great. I attached the ends with the rope to my cleats on swim platform. On the other I put the two shackles together and used a rope with a hockey puck. I drilled a hole through the hockey puck and put a knot on the line on the boat side then fed the line between the two shackles. This allowed me to tow on plane or at idle, I would just let the line out and the knot (stopped by hockey puck and hockey puck stopped by shackles) was adjusted to place the waverunner on the V of the wake. Ask if you have questions...
I also have a spare tension rope (internal to the tube I had purchased as a spare) that I never used and will include.
I paid $399 for this. $250 plus shipping.
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