Fly High Boat Ballast Bag W052 | Centurion SV244 Gray 72 x 17 Inch

Boat part number 1068449 is a new OEM ballast bag from Fly High, part number W052 .
made for Ski Centurion Boats
$149.95 MSRP: $202.43
GLS Stock #: 1068449-PA210
28 in stock
Boat part number 1068449 is a new OEM ballast bag from Fly High, part number W052 . Commonly used on an SV244 model Ski Centurion Boat. May be used on other boats.

This wakeboard ballast bag will add weight up front to help bring the nose down and give you a more rampy wake.

Fly High wakeboard ballast bags were the first products designed from the ground up to be used in a wakeboard boat. Starting with a blank canvas, Fly High was able to rethink nearly every aspect of wakeboard ballast bag constructions and functionality. Gone are the day of two part construction, leaky waterbed connections, and fittings that are difficult to connect. By building their wakeboard ballast bags from a single layer of durable yet flexible vinyl, the same material that is used to build white water rafts, Fly High is able to offer unmatched strength and durability in an easy to use package.

ATTENTION: This ballast bag does not include any fittings.

  • Boat Manufacturer: Ski Centurion
  • Model: SV244
  • Year: Unavailable
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Part Manufacturer: Fly High
  • Part Number: W052
  • Material: Durable Vinyl
  • Color: Gray
  • Overall Dimensions: 72" L x 17" W

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

You can clarify, the Centurion SV244 boat uses rear ballast tanks (where the engine is) and middle ones (where the interior of the boat is).The ballast tanks that you sell are the rear or middle tank , or is it just an additional tank at all ?
Question by: Andree on Nov 1, 2021, 9:13 AM
Hello Andree,

I'm sorry, but we do not know where exactly they would go on your SV244. We are not Centurion dealers and are not familiar with the boat. All we an suggest is to contact a Centurion dealer.

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Nov 1, 2021, 10:43 AM