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HO Bomber Jr. Towable

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Specs

Material: 30-Gauge PVC with 840 Denier Nylon Cover
Number of Riders: 2
Dimensions: 60in (Inflated)
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Description: HO Bomber Jr. Towable

Cruising through the waves at high speeds is often the highlight of a good boating trip, with the HO Bomber Jr. Towable you will get everything you need for a memorable tubing experience. This towable tube with its 59in round deck, can hold either one or two riders, and ensures their comfort with Nylon covered soft foam handles and Neoprene elbow and knee pads. The HO Quick Connect tow attachment, Boston Valve, and durable PVC bladder make attaching this tube to the boat, inflation and deflation fast and easy, so no time is wasted in the set up. With all of these awesome features, as well as the 1 year limited warranty, you are ensured lasting quality with this HO towable tube.

Key Features of the HO Bomber Jr. Towable:
  • 59" Round Deck Tube
  • HO Quick Connect Tow Attachment System
  • Heavy-Duty Boston Valve for Quick and Easy Inflation and Deflation
  • Heavy Duty PVC Bladder
  • Nylon Webbing Covered Soft Foam Handles
  • Guaranteed Lasting Quality with our 1 Year Limited Warranty

Bomber Jr.


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Tim D on Jul 1, 2013
Can you hook up a tube to the back of a pontoon boat? I know they don't go super fast but they still would be fun to have a slow tube ride behind.
A shopper on Nov 21, 2013
Best Answer: Sure you can. All you lack is speed but I have done the same thing with my younger kids. Any time on the water is a great time - regardless of the velocity...
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