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Old 01-21-2002, 09:23 PM
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on page 98 of the new HOTBOAT mag they reveiw a new lifejacket made by lifeline for intended use in poker runs, lake racers, wild bass fisherman. Does anyone know what the price range will be for these jackets? Does anybody sell them other then lifline themselves?

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Old 01-21-2002, 11:37 PM
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Travis, We at Security Race Products make a lighter weight "poker run" style jacket. I have had a lot of interest in it recently and I hope to be able to post some pics of it on my web site this week. Our jacket goes for around $250, depending on the number of colors and logos. Check back later this week on my web site or email me with any questions. Also I might ask you, what type of boating you are planning to do?
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Old 01-22-2002, 01:18 AM
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Ben I need a new 100 plus jacket, I've put on to much weight to zip the old Lifeline.
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Blown 1100,
Do you mean a "100+ mph" jacket?
Ok, I don't know if you have already, but go to my web site and look at the "SRP Lifejacket" link. We are offering right now this jacket (except for crotch straps vs. leg bands) for $340 + shipping, up to XL. +$20 for over that. This jacket is a our Offshore open cockpit jacket and is what we recommend for your type of boating. All of our life jackets are taylor made and there is a measurement sheet on that same page on my web site. Let me know if I can be of any further assitances.

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Old 01-22-2002, 01:43 PM
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thanks guys...


ben I'll be looking into your selection when I get this damn motor done.. or do you take food stamps LOL!!
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traviss,
Does beer come with those "food stamps"? Maybe, we'll work something out... Let's start a trade "beer and babes" for safety equipment post... I wonder what what kind of tradeins we'll get???
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it would boggle the mind to know what most of these guys will trade in
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lifeline makes a fatboy spacer for their jackets don't ask me how I know this it's a piece of material with a zipper on either side and works great sort of gives it the dressy double breasted look
 
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