If you're an avid wakeboarder, you know how important a wakeboard tower can be for your riding experience. A wakeboard tower can improve the height and quality of your jumps, as well as make it easier to perform tricks. However, when it comes to installing a wakeboard tower onto your boat, you may be faced with the question of whether to install it yourself or let a professional handle the installation. In this article, we'll explore the pros and cons of both options to help you make an informed decision.
Installing a Wakeboard Tower Yourself
In the end, whether you choose to install a wakeboard tower yourself or hire a professional comes down to your experience, skill level, and budget. If you have experience with boat modifications and are confident in your ability to handle the installation, and you're looking to save money, then installing a wakeboard tower yourself may be the right choice for you. However, if you're not experienced with boat modifications, or you want the peace of mind that comes with a professional installation, then hiring a professional installer may be the better option.
Ultimately, both options have their pros and cons, and the choice comes down to your personal preferences and circumstances. Regardless of which option you choose, a wakeboard tower can be a valuable addition to your boat, and can greatly enhance your wakeboarding experience.
At Make A Wake Marine, we've found that approximately 85% of our wakeboard towers are installed by the end user as a DIY project. However, we want to remind our customers that we're always here to help if you have any questions or concerns during the installation process. Additionally, having a friend or helper to assist you can make the job easier and safer.