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Freemotion Single Ballast Bag 540lbs

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Description: Freemotion Single Ballast Bag 540lbs

When you want to build up your expertise a Freemotion Single Ballast Bag 540lbs is an ultimate wake maker that lets you play or perform in the water to your heart's delight. The Ballast Bag is easy to operate and includes only one valve so you can empty and fill it from one place which is quicker than emptying or filling one from multiple valves. The Freemotion Ballast Bag has seams that have been welded electronically to create a stronger and tighter seal. Feel triumphant over the available tides by creating your own with this heavy duty ballast bag by Freemotion.

Key Features of the Freemotion Single Ballast Bag 540lbs:
  • Heavy duty 30 gauge PVC
  • 50in length, 20in diamteter
  • Strong, electronically welded seams
  • One link valve for clean filling/draining - only will work with Freemotion and Straight Line pumps

540lb Single


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Is this the same bag as the straightline big bag? Maybe a rebranded older model?
A shopper on May 26, 2014
Best Answer: It has the same exact fittings as my straight line bag. Looks close in construction, but they are two different sizes.
Reply · Report · Scott G on May 26, 2014
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Does this Fat Sac have the threaded 1" Ports as well as the "One Link" Fill/Drain Port?
Lucas H on Apr 28, 2014
Best Answer: It has 3 1" threaded ports for fill and drain. And can be integrated into a ballast system
Reply · Report · William B on Apr 30, 2014
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What are the dimensions of the Freemotion Single Ballast Bag 540lbs?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2013
Best Answer: The dimensions of the Freemotion Single Ballast bag 540lbs is 50" length and a diameter of 20".
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Jul 8, 2013
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Could I use ballast bags filled with air in a small sailboat for buoyancy?
J B on May 2, 2014
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