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  1. Hello, New to the forum and the boating world. I recently picked up a 2003 Centurion Tornado Direct Drive. This is my first boat and we loved it last season. The tornado came with a stock rear ballast. Does anyone know what size (lbs) it might be. Also I measured out the compartment and can fit a much larger sack but am worried because it sits on top of the gas tank. Thoughts? I can’t find much on this boat. Also thoughts on surfing with this boat. Ya ya ya... I know it’s a direct drive and requires more weight but where and how much any other tips. Thank you
  2. I have a Straight line Launch pad fat sack pump that needs work. The motor and housing is fine, the piece that the hose attaches to and/or that attaches to the sack Is cracked. I am trying to locate just that housing, not the hose or motor. Does anyone have any ideas? Or maybe a cheap replacement part or pump? I cant find the company on line?
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