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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: TI vs AI  (Read 204 times)

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Wildrooster

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been taking the wife out on the AI
its a wet ride of course the tandem would be more comfortable for her and allow better control  since she would not be in my lap
 but would it be any drier
and is the TI relly that much more to load and unload
glade you made it
now let's get our fish on

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been taking the wife out on the AI
its a wet ride of course the tandem would be more comfortable for her and allow better control  since she would not be in my lap...

The jokes practically write themselves...
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Fish Monkey

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Iíve had a TI for 2 years and bought it so my wife and I could enjoy being on the water together. I load & unload the boat myself. I use a Rhino Rack and have loaded it on top of my Sequoia and Tacoma. It isnít light, but with practice, you can ďalmostĒ make it look easy. Frankly, the most difficult thing is lifting the bow up from shoulder height to overhead to clear the Rhino Rack. After that, itís easy peasy.
Iím 61, 5í-7Ē, and not in super physical shape, but I can load it solo.
Good luck!!!