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Old 17 December 2013, 16:03   #41
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Weak bladder Kerny? (I'm assuming you've already voted )
Ahh but do you know who voted what
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Old 17 December 2013, 16:06   #42
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I think you get pills for that!!
I reckon the Pilz was the problem to begin with, J.
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Old 17 December 2013, 16:11   #43
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Kerny, is this not the life jacket you were disappointed with the quality of it when it arrived? (sure I saw a separate thread on this?)
He's always complaining about Something thank fook land rover don't do life jackets

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Old 17 December 2013, 16:12   #44
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He's always complaining about Something thank fook land rover don't do life jackets

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Old 17 December 2013, 16:17   #45
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being as I can't get out much at the minute, Christmas shopping is an online affair this year, n being of the generous sort I had a look on the landrover website for gift ideas, I nearly choked on me rich tea dunkers when I saw how much the ladies scarves were, being going to Cotswold for a fleecy version me thinks
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Old 17 December 2013, 17:45   #46
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being as I can't get out much at the minute, Christmas shopping is an online affair this year, n being of the generous sort I had a look on the landrover website for gift ideas, I nearly choked on me rich tea dunkers when I saw how much the ladies scarves were, being going to Cotswold for a fleecy version me thinks
I like your style Mr Caton.

A one-stop, 'is an' 'ers, Christmas emporium where you can buy 'er a cashmere Land Rover scarf for 165 and, whilst yer in there, treating her, tuck a low profile winch for yerself into yer basket for just 1492.

Quality.
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Old 17 December 2013, 19:34   #47
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The figures as I find them (without too much shopping around)

Hammar rearm kit - 30
CO2 cylinder (if required) 7
Service 10

New Crewsaver CWX auto - 45

Seeing as (on my Hammar LJ anyway) the cylinder is actually inside the bladder and far less likely to rust, I think I'll pay for a rearming kit. It's a lot cheaper than a new Hammar LJ.
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Old 17 December 2013, 20:29   #48
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I like your style Mr Caton.

A one-stop, 'is an' 'ers, Christmas emporium where you can buy 'er a cashmere Land Rover scarf for 165 and, whilst yer in there, treating her, tuck a low profile winch for yerself into yer basket for just 1492.

Quality.
ow much!! nah, stick to me trusty ol Husky winch, still rumbling on after all these years, bit like me self
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Old 18 December 2013, 03:31   #49
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I wa in a similar position.

I decided to "fire" each jacket and then complete inflation by mouth.

I left them for several days to test for air leaks.

All 4 stayed inflated.

I then replaced out of date mechanisms and put in new cylinders.

All quite easy and cost effective.

Crewsavers with harness, auto, and crotch straps.

What a pia the crotch straps are!

To extend (hikack?) the thread.....

What do people think about hoods? Some say they are essential.....

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Old 18 December 2013, 04:20   #50
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That's what I've got :-)...it's been replaced by a new design now .

I still carry my older ones as spares if I think I may find a bod who needs one. Or I strap one on and jump in for practice...AJ had the pics!.

I'd suggest jumping in wearing one is worth the cost of a new cylinder etc especially if not done the sea survival course bit :-)
Yeah still haven't recovered.......
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