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Product DescriptionThe 2-person Triumph Deck Rider Towable Tube is built for speed and occasional flight off the wake! The low-profile design of these deck tubes makes them easy to board, while the soft EVA foam body pads provide a comfortable nonchafing ride. Double-webbing foam handles with neoprene knuckle pads are extremely easy to hold. 70" diameter.
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Q:What gauge vinyl and denier of cover material is on this tube. I want to compare to similar models before making a decision. Our last tube bought from you is starting to break down after 12 years
of thrashing and it looks like time for a new one.Asked on 7/23/2013 by Jamie from Upstate New York
Q:Looking at 2 rider Gladiator Triumph # 16446. We are a tall, big family and I am concerned about 2 adult sized individuals fitting on this tube. One comment was that it was too small for an adult and child to ride. Any opinions on this question?Asked on 8/3/2011 by KH from Illinois
A:If you are tall it should be fine, but if you are bigger than an average adult (160lbs) then you may want to try the 3 person tube instead. I ride this with other adults and have had no problem with myself (150) and a 200 lb person.Answered on 6/13/2012 by cline from smith lake al
Q:How do I know weight capacity on the tow behind water tubes?Asked on 7/23/2011 by Lake D from Newaygo Co. MI
A:It will say on the tubeAnswered on 7/17/2012 by GearHeadGabe from P-Burg KS
Q:what kind of valve is on this product?Asked on 7/2/2011 by Anonymous
A:I believe it's called a "Boston Valve"; the opening is about 1"; I used a shop vac to inflate it, and it took just over a minute; once full, one just screws on the cap similar to a soda cap; to deflate, one needs to remove the cap and put a screwdriver through the opening to let the air escape. I tried initially to inflate with a compressor, but the air flow was insufficient (slow); the shop vac (high volume of air with moderate pressure) worked excellent.
We love it! Hope this helps!Answered on 7/20/2012 by Tom from Austin, Tx