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Old 01-18-2009, 11:29 PM
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I'm trying to remember who makes or where I can find the large roll up foam rafts. The one I saw is 15 - 20' long by about 3 - 4' wide and can support several people and coolers. I know I've seen it on the internet, but I can't remember where or what it's called. Any help?

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Sweet! That's it! Thanks!
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Looks pretty neat but $700 with shipping

By the looks of it, it might even support my fat a$$
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They're selling older models at $400 delivered.

I have a couple of the floating mats from Costco that go for $40. They're awesome in the water or on the boat, but a PITA to roll into their storage bag. How do you manage a 20' roll of this stuff?
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Looks pretty neat but $700 with shipping

By the looks of it, it might even support my fat a$$
I don't think it will hold both of us though Bubba!

I'm thinking of one of these to solve the wife's swim platform problem. These things are buoyant enough that she can climb in and out of the back of the boat from it, and I don't have to ugly up the back of my boat with a platform. Win win. they have a special on the older style on the website for $299 + $99 shipping. It is a little heavier, but that's ok.

Anyone have a used one they want to sell?
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call a local foam dist closed cell foam comes in sheets 5 x 10. dow ethafoam is one.
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