BacktoBoating stocks a variety of Attwood Ski-Tows and also Ski-Tow Pylon Replacement parts.
Whether you are installing sidelights for the first time on a small fishing boat or upgrading to the industry's best LED lamps on a large cruiser, Attwood has the right parts at the right price, ready to install, right out of the box - so you can finish the job and get back on the water!
The Attwood Difference
Our heavy duty tow products will pull you anywhere you want to go
We have the quality hardware for almost any recreational towing need
We offer a wide range of configurations for swivel heads, posts, and bases
Our towing products offer advanced features for durability and quality performance
The Pro-Swivel has a 360° rotational head with a nylon bushing for smooth slalom pulling.
How does a ski pylon work?
Ski pylons allow the ski rope to clear the outboard engine and other deck obstructions as well as prevent the rope from getting caught in the propeller. When a skier is in tow, pylons make easy work of a straight, steady pull.
How do you remove a ski tow bar?
The ski tow bar can be removed when the stern seat back is removed from the holding clips on the deck. Behind the seat back is a 5" access cover that has the base for the ski tow bar. There is a bolt, washer, and nut that have the bar secured to the base that can be removed with a 7/16" socket or wrench.