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Old 08-21-2008   #21
Nederland, Colorado
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I just got off end of june took my 14' for the 2nd time good fun put 60% weight in front 40 back you center back. You'll have no prob.

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You can also put 60% of your weight in back and row the big stuff stern first. Most people have much stronger pull strokes than push strokes. Momentum is your friend.

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