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Q:Are any additional connectors required to use this rope on Airhead towables or is it ready to use out of the package?Asked on 7/17/2010 by Anonymous
A:Ready to use...Answered on 7/11/2011 by IMINARUSH from Concord, NC
A:It is ready to use right out of the package. Connect one end to your ski tow bar and the other to the plastic connector on your tube or towable and go have fun. It's that easy.Answered on 6/14/2011 by Manitou SHP SES 250 H.O. from Beaver Lake, AR
A:It's ready to use with loops tied in both ends for easy connection to a tube and the boat.Answered on 6/28/2011 by wingsparr from Charleston, SC.
A:the rope is looped on both ends. you will need a connector on the boat and tube to use this rope, but to me, it was money well spent. You will have a blast without jerks and popping across waves as the bungee pulls back faster than a regular rope.Answered on 8/9/2011 by T.C. from Southwest Oklahoma
Q:I am kind of new to towing our 2 man tube and I can't seem to understand why most of the towable tubing ropes have a handle. I know the handle is great for skiing or wakeboarding but when it comes to hooking up the tube wouldn't I want a rope that has two circled/knotted ends or at least one knotted end and a hook to attach to the boat?
Any recommendations? I cannot tell if this airhead bungee tube has a handle or not.Asked on 7/6/2010 by Eve from Southern California
Q:will it be strong enough to pull a 3 person towablesAsked on 5/27/2010 by jason from seattle, wa
A:Definitely. Used it to pull the Gladiator Super Brawler with three riders. No problems.Answered on 6/28/2010 by Gregg Z from St. Charles, MO
A:We used the same model of rope for several years pulling a tube with three people weighing in excess of 450 lbs.Answered on 7/21/2010 by Ski bum from Kansas
Q:How do you hook this rope up? Can you hook the bungie end to the boat instead of the tube?Asked on 5/26/2010 by Andy
A:Yes, that is the way I use the rope. I have seen others complain about splash when run with the bungee end close to the tube.Answered on 6/11/2010 by Luv My Pontoon from Rock Hill, SC
Q:is this actually a bungie rope or is it just heavy duty pulling rope, like does it actualy make it bounce and expand/ contract??? because we have a heavy duty pulling rope already....... thank youAsked on 8/8/2009 by i donno :) from owen sound area
A:Yes it has a bungie. The bungie part is about 2 feet long and u can grab it and pull and see it give. I would read my full Review. best of luckAnswered on 8/11/2009 by Aj from cape cod ma
A:it is a bungie to help save the life of your tube it works great i have one!!Answered on 3/23/2010 by hooked up from mississippi
A:It stretches at times to give a bungee effect. It also works to reduce a hard snap after pulling up slack.Answered on 5/24/2010 by Boomeister from Bentonville, AR
A:It is an actual bungee, at least for the first 10' or so. I have seen reviews where people complain about the amount of splash caused by the heavier bungee end...for the learning impaired, turn it around. Hook the bungee side to the towbar. Great product, buy it!Answered on 6/7/2010 by Luv My Pontoon from Rock Hill, SC