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Airhead Two Section, 4-Rider Water Tube Tow Rope

$19.99
Airhead Two Section, 4-Rider Water Tube Tow Rope - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The super-strong Airhead® Two Section, 4-Rider Water Tube Tow Rope is ready for summer fun! This two-section rope allows you the option to ride 50 or 60 feet behind the boat, depending on conditions. It's braided, pre-stretched and UV-resistant, with a tensile strength of 4,150 pounds, which exceeds the WSIA requirement for 4-rider water tubes. A rope keeper is included so you can store your tow rope tangle-free!
FEATURES:

  • Two-section tube tow rope gives you the option to ride 50-60 feet behind the boat
  • Braided rope is pre-stretched and UV-resistant
  • 5/8" diameter, sixteen strands
  • Exceeds the 4,150 pound break strength required by the WSIA for 4-rider water tubes
  • Includes a rope keeper for tangle-free storage
  • Designed for 4 riders
  • Model #: AHTR-42
  • Airhead
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 18975526

Customer Reviews:

Airhead Two Section, 4-Rider Water Tube Tow Rope 4.5 5 4 4
Great product This rope is super strong and being able to choose between 50 or 60 feet of rope comes in handy with the different water conditions at the lake. August 24, 2014
wish it was longer It's a nice rope but I wish it was a little longer because we couldn't get the tube over the wake using our pontoon. July 26, 2014
Two in one It is great to have a single rope with 2 lengths. We can whip the teens around or ensure a smooth ride for the little ones by changing the rope length. July 1, 2013
Like the velcro rope band for storage Rope started to fray first tme out. Like the velcro band while storing. June 22, 2013
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