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Old 06 October 2013, 15:26   #11
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I've used an old bouyancy aid before. I pack it with rope coil which does the trick too!

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Old 06 October 2013, 16:07   #12
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Originally Posted by Nick Hearne View Post

I have always used rubber door mats the type with holes through them, worked well for me
Agree tescos sell these and work well and can be clipped together when in place
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Offcut of cheap nylon carpet.

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