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wetb4igetinthewater

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Excellent advice all!!

@wetb4igetinthewater , my free time is limited to diving only at this time...hint hint :wink:

@Rose Robinson interesting enough, DUI did not build this suit...the rep on the phone said that this model line was contracted out and she said it was not as good of quality.

I am leaning towards just scrapping the suit. Then, putting a few hundo bucks towards a new SeaSkin drysuit for the new groom :)

If it was my personal suit, I would fix it up myself as best I could...if it kills me, then it is on me. I do not want to risk an accident with someone else's life.

Oh, BTW, anyone interested in a DUI Norseman drysuit? :p
Why don't we work on it together some evenings? Then you can guinea pig it at Waverly? I need to slowly acquire all the equipment to repair dry suits (like the heater) anyway.
 

Andrew Dawson

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Oh possibly...I'm still thinking on this suit. I do not want to go through replacing zippers just yet...

But, we can still hang out at Waverly :D
 

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If you tell them to scrap the suit, you could ask for the dump valve back - those last forever and it'd be a good spare...
 
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