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  1. Starting this in hopes that the Admin makes it a sticky. Let's all compare notes, my setup: 600lbs of lead total 50lb lead on each side all the way back next to the gates 100lb lead on each side under the pnp shelves against the Engine dividers 300lbs to move to surf side, or for larger crews to the bow All pnps 100% Surf side Ram 100% Non-Surf-side Ram 20% Cats -30 for goofy, 30 for regular (might have this backwards) A-plate 10 for goofy, 30 for regular. Speed 10.5 - 11.5 (depending on what the rider wants) Goofy Wave, 11.5. First photo he is 8 feet beyond the length of a 20ft rope, second shows a better angle for height of the wave: Regular, 10.5, new rider at 20ft rope's length (only 400lbs of lead, none all the way back and only 200 side to side) New rider, 10.8, at 20ft rope's length:

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