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    scruffythewild

    Launching a jetski...(STi)

    Hey,
    Im in New York and i was wondering if anybody had done this before. I heard from other threads trailering was fine as its under 1000 lbs and launnching was also due to the AWD. But getting the Jetski out is another ballpark i have yet to find anythreads and dont feel like losing my brand new STi to trial and error so has anyone else done this before(lainch and recover a Jetski) what tires are recommended thanks,Rob

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    Have you found a trailer hitch yet?

    I wouldn't worry about pulling that little bit of weight, but that's just me. A lot of people will say not to trailer with it.
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    scruffythewild

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones View Post
    Have you found a trailer hitch yet?

    I wouldn't worry about pulling that little bit of weight, but that's just me. A lot of people will say not to trailer with it.
    Thanks but i have decided to get an old pos truck with 4WD thanks anyway

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