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Old 10-09-2011, 04:11 PM
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Anyones opinion , My impression on a center ski on an outrigger was it would cause a disturbance in the water flowing to the prop , is my impression right , would it be better for skies on outer ends of tub in the rear.

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In my opinion, a properly set up rigger would not need the skis on the back of the boat.
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In my opinion, a properly set up rigger would not need the skis on the back of the boat.
and it makes them look dumb


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I am building a electric rigger kit from ZIPP KITS they hold the speed record for electric riggers and they have skees on the boat so I think they are a good choice...You should check them out,there on the internet....they sell a lot of fine kits for a lot of different setups...tak a look...I like them and the kit I am making is all pre cut laser parts and I am almost finished with it.....Bob
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