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  • 16 ft. (4.88 m.) Tow harness
  • Heavy-Duty tensile strength
  • Heavy-Duty over sized hooks
  • Heavy-Duty Kwick-Connect
  • 6 in. (15.2 cm.) Float

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Airhead Heavy Duty 16' (4.9m) Tow Harness Customer Reviews

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Disappointed in the quality of this tow harness.

By Noel O.

from Lowell, AR, US

After one weekend of use the shackle has slipped by the knot retaining it. This happened while towing two individuals behind - not even close to the rating of the product (4 people). Contacted Airhead directly and they will replace after completing a warranty claim form, providing proof of purchase and a picture. Still waiting on the replacement.

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Leisure Pro Store
it seems to be a good prouduct
Ashraf A on Mar 3, 2015
it seems to be a good prouduct
Ashraf A on Mar 3, 2015
Where did you hook this up on a pontoon boat?
A shopper on May 19, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The two metal spring-loaded clips fasten securely to the tow eyelets on the stern end of each pontoon log. The eyelets came welded, standard on Premier branded boat, but I've seen most pontoon and many fishing boats with these. The other plastic-loop end attaches to your tow rope using the "through-the-loop, and over the barb" connection of a looped tow rope. This creates a 3-point harness that will typically not interfere with your outboard motor. Although, when performing sharp turns, it does come close to the motor or may even come in contact with the motor, but it is above the cavitation plate, and does not threaten coming in contact with the prop. My transom is slightly protruding beyond the deck. If your boat has a strongly protruding transom, this harness may not work well. I've also noticed that the kids get a more thrilling ride using a shorter tow rope, since this harness adds a little to the overall length of the tow. (A shorter rope, but still adhering to safety regulations, provides more response to tight turns. A longer rope leads to a straightline ride less thrilling ride even through the boat is turning quickly.)