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Rave Turbo Chute Water Slide Backyard Package

Rave Turbo Chute Water Slide Backyard Package

Description

The Rave Turbo Chute Water Slide Backyard Package features 2 - 20' sections of commercial strength sliding with 46" wide x 9" high PVC Coated Nylon inflatable wall barriers, an extra slippery coated 20' smooth overlapping slide surface, and 4 stakes with 4 stake loops per section.

Features

  • PVC Nylon Inflatable Wall Barriers
  • Extra Slippery Coated, Smooth, Overlapping Slide Surface
  • Includes 4 Stakes Per Section
List Price
$1999.99
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$1,581.25
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Details


This package includes 2-20' slide sections, a 6' starter mat, a 10' Catch Pool and 4 Turbo Sleds

  • 1 Turbo Chute section = 20' x 3'10" x 9" inflated
  • Product weight of 24lbs per section
  • PVC coated Nylon inflatable wall barriers
  • Extra slippery coated, smooth, overlapping slide surface
  • Includes 4 stakes per section
  • 6' Starter Mat provides cushion at the start and can be used as an end section into the lake for added buoyancy - 6' x 3'10" x 9" inflated
  • Starter Mat includes 4 stakes
  • 10' Catch Pool allows for a safe sliding exit - 10' x 3'10" x 9" inflated
  • The Turbo Sled provides a rapid slide and maximum glide across the water - 44" x 23.5" x 7" inflated
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