This is the perfect wakeboard rack for your boat tower. Made from polished billet aluminum this is a top quality wakeboard rack. It is durable, looks awesome, and will last for many years to come. This wakeboard rack's tower clamp has a built in angle adjustment plate so you can mount it on any angled piece of your tower and still have the wakeboard line up horizontally. With the new swoop designs of many towers this is a MUST!
The wakeboard rack also features soft rubber lining so your wakeboards will be cushioned while they are in the rack. There is also a bungeee strap that properly secures your wakeboards so you don't have to worry about them falling out while you are driving.
Still deciding if you really need a wakeboard rack? If you have a wakeboard tower - you NEED a wakeboard tower rack. Space is a limited quantity on most boat. Having wakeboards lying around in the walkways takes up a lot of space. Get this wakeboard rack to get your wakeboards up on your tower and out of the way. It will also protect your wakeboards, think of how many scratches and dings happen because your board is laying on the ground in the boat. And if you needed one more reason..... it just looks cool! So get yours today!
Clamps and Swivels: Clamps and swivels accomplish the same task – they bind your rack to your boat’s tower. They are a necessary part of a rack system. Clamps simply lock onto the metal tubing of your boat’s tower to secure the rack in place. Swivels are an add-on that provide the functionality of …well, swiveling. To be clear, only a clamp + rack are required for a functioning rack system (the swivel is an optional add-on). In their normal storage position, clamps have the rack and your boards pointing out away from your boat. In order to remove or place wakeboards into your rack, you have to reach to the outside of your boat. The swivel allows you to easily spin the entire rack around to face the inside of the boat. This makes it much easier to switch out your boards. Swivels are an expensive add-on but are a HUGE convenience. Once you've used them, you'll be hooked and will be frustrated with the static style clamp.
Make sure you measure your wakeboard tower tubing size so you get the right clamp size (drop down menu above). The "clamp" is what goes around your wakeboard tower to hold it in place on the tower. There are many different tubing sizes for towers so make sure you pick out where you want your wakeboard rack and then measure using the procedure outlined below.
How do I figure out what Clamp Size I need?
Once you determine the perfect spot for your new wakeboard tower rack get a piece of string and loop it around the tower. Then measure how long the string was that went around the tower, this is your circumference. Use the table below and read across to find out what diameter tubing your tower is. The diameter is the size clamp you need. Select this size from the drop down menu above.
|Circumfrence (inch)||Diameter (inch)||Diameter (inch) Fraction|
Originally was sent a black rack instead of the aluminum. Called customer support and they were fantastic, sending out a new aluminum rack prior to my returning the black one.
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