Werner Demshitz Limited Edition Sawyer

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Wavesport XXX XXX

XXX

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orange; black; yellow; orange/yellow; orange/red; lt.blue/drk.blue; red/white/blue; black/purple/red; and probably more

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The Triple X is the final boat of the Wave Sport rodeo trilogy.

It's the rodeo boat smaller paddlers have been waiting for. With the most advanced hull technology yet, the Triple X will grind, blunt and flatspin its way to become your essential rodeo tool. Almost non-existent ends combined with comfortable cockpit volume provide incredible sliceability. This boat will maximize rodeo performance for smaller paddlers, while medium weight paddlers will easily explore the three-dimensional realm of kayaking!
The Triple X will hit the water in June of '99 and will come standard with Wave Sport's new rodeo seat.

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Posted: 7 years, 2 months ago by sterling #31180
anyone have any tips or advise on adjusting the thigh pads on the XXX? i cant seem to find a good way of getting my hand in behind to hold the nut while i screw in from the top. should i just cut a hole in the plastic thigh piece?
Posted: 7 years, 2 months ago by stumpster #16731
I'm not positive but I think they are the same as on the Easy series. If so, very carefully:roflol: I would try and get a little longer screw while you have it out this time and try not to completely unscrew it next time. You can just lossen them and slide the brace! I definitely would not cut a hole in the brace though it just takes some patients and nimble fingers that's all!
Good luck!

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