Reborn Propel Wakeboard Tower Installation Guide


wakeboard tower

As you are removing the arms and top center section out of the box, place masking tape strips around the narrow top conjunction sections of the tubes that|
slide inside. This allows you to move and adjust the tubes without scratching the surface. But please use caution when sliding the sections together.
Keep the masking tape in place through the final assembly step, then, after drilling, remove the masking tape and your surface will be perfect.
Note that this installation guide is only a guideline. Each boat is different and improvisation is needed to mount your RBA wakeboard tower on your boat.
All hardware is to be hand tightened. Do not use air tools or electric drills to tighten hardware.
Tower is engineered for one rider at a time. Do not tow tube riders or multiple riders with tower.

Contents of Box

Unpack the carton.

Prior to assembly, make sure all the required parts are present.
Necessities :

Power Drill
Drill bit size 12 (mounting feet) and 10 (top cross bar)
Fork wrench 19 (No pneumatic wrench)
Masking tape, tape measure and marker
Chamfer drill bit
A friend to help
First decide if you want to do a top mount or a side mount.

Step 1

Cover the area where the mounting brackets will be placed with masking tape. This should be done in all areas where the tower will be mounted and the near surrounding area. This will help eliminate scratches to your boat while adjusting and measuring your tower attachment points.

Step 2

Take out the 4pcs of bottom bars as shown in the picture, using 4x M10 bolts to connect them into one pair

Step 3

Use the semi-assembled side-rail to determine the correct position on the boat. Bear in mind the height in the boat, the windscreen window, additional tower accessories, wiring etc etc … When you have determined the correct position mark the position on the masking tape using the mounting brackets. !Make sure the mounting feet are mounted completely level (on a flat spot)!
TIP : start +/- 20cm in front of the windscreen to determine the correct position. This for possible mirror mount on the tower.

Step 4

After marking one side you can mark the other side using the mounting brackets. Make sure to mark the mounting brackets on the direct opposite of the boat using fixed points of reference on the boat.

Step 5

Keep in mind you are going to be placing backing plates and need access to fit a wrench to tighten the nut on the mounting feet bolts on the inside of your boat. Before drilling inspect the inside of these locations for obstructions such as wires or cables. You are ready to drill the holes. When drilling fiberglass first use a pilot bit size 6 than a drill bit size 12. After drilling the 4 holes, it is recommended to countersink the holes using the countersink bit, this prevents the gel coat from cracking.

Step 6

Keep in mind you are going to be placing backing plates and need access to fit a wrench to tighten the nut on the mounting feet bolts on the inside of your boat. Before drilling inspect the inside of these locations for obstructions such as wires or cables. You are ready to drill the holes. When drilling fiberglass first use a pilot bit size 6 than a drill bit size 12. After drilling the 4 holes, it is recommended to countersink the holes using the countersink bit, this prevents the gel coat from cracking.

Step 7

Install the bottom bars with the MOUNT SET (a). All feet are swivel and can work with various mounting angles. Be sure to mount the bottom bar vertical. When you fail to mount the bottom bar vertical, you will not be able to fold the tower. Snug the bolt but do not fully tighten at this point. Remove the Bottom bars and Tighten the 4 Mounting Brackets. Reinstall the bottom bar on the Mounting Brackets and tighten the bolts.

Step 8

Assemble one front bar on the bottom bars with MOUNT SET (D), all mounts are swivel to work with various mounting angles. Snug the bolts but do not tighten at this point. Before mounting the other front bar you needs to slide the taped top bar over the front bars. Beware for scratches. Keep in mind that the tow point needs to be towards the back of the boat. Slide the second front bar into the Top Cross bar and attach the front bar on the other mounting bracket. NOTE: When you have a narrow boat you probably need to shorten the Top Bar to make the tower fit to your boat.

Step 9

You are now ready to square up and center the loose assembly. Have someone stand in front of the boat and determine that the tow point is centered and the tower arms are symmetrical. Make necessary adjustments. Drill through the predrilled holes in the center section from each side with size 10 drill bit and install bolts and cap nuts. One person will still be stabilizing the tower through this step. Tighten all hardware for completion of tower installation.

Step 10

Use this logo sticker to cover the screw holes. Tighten all hardware for completion of tower installation.
How to fold the tower
I. Loosen the upper rear mounts (1)
II. Remove bolts from lower rear mounts (2)v
III. Remove bolts from section (3)
IV. Fold tower back to down position.
Care and Maintenance
I. Be sure to check and tighten all bolts and connections prior to every use.
II. Be cautious when towing or driving under obstacles, low hanging structures or trees with your tower mounted.
III. Use soap and water or general cleaners to clean your tower. Avoid abrasive materials that might scratch the tower’s surface.
IV. Always rinse tower after contact with salt (brackish) water.
V. We strongly recommend to use an anodized tower when using your boat on salt (brackish) water.

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