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Old 10 March 2011, 09:37   #1
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Self Righting Bag setup WANTED

Hey, I'm looking to buy a self righting bag setup for my 6 meter searider. I already have the A frame. I just need the bag, bottle, air lines, etc. Please let me know what you have, and how much you want for it.

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Old 10 March 2011, 10:27   #2
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I know of one that might be available, wrong side of the pond for you though. If you're desperate and willing to pay lots for shipping then I can ask for you.
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Old 10 March 2011, 11:56   #3
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I would definitely be interested. I figured that I would have to pay alot for shipping since the chances of me finding one on this side of the Atlantic are slim.. If you could ask more about it I would appreciate it.

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Old 10 March 2011, 14:13   #4
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It was fitted to an 8metre police boat, the new owner removed the bag and ancillaries but kept the A-frame. Could be ideal for you, I'll ask next time I see him
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Old 31 March 2011, 17:50   #5
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Still looking for a setup. Anyone have one laying around?
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Old 31 March 2011, 18:55   #6
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yes I do I will be viviting it this weekend so will take a photo
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Old 01 April 2011, 01:57   #7
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Self righting kit available

Again one available but Scotland
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Old 01 April 2011, 05:49   #8
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I appreciate the responses. If you guys could estimate what the size of the package and weight would be, I'll shop around to find a shipping company.

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Sean - to save yourself weight and trouble, consider if the gas cylinder can be used Stateside - these things are usually stamped by the relevant authorities and getting them tested/filled would be impossible if they weren't approved.
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Sean - to save yourself weight and trouble, consider if the gas cylinder can be used Stateside - these things are usually stamped by the relevant authorities and getting them tested/filled would be impossible if they weren't approved.
it will probably also make it easier to ship if it doesn't have compressed gas cylinder in it.
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That's definitely a good idea. I was considering that because I have access to suitable sized co2 and compressed air tanks here. Would make shipping alot easier.
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Guys, I'm definitely still looking for a bag setup. I've been getting shipping quotes, and they dont seem rediculously expensive. Does anyone have a setup they're actually looking to sell?

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it will probably also make it easier to ship if it doesn't have compressed gas cylinder in it.
Will be non hazardous (eg standard shipping) if shipped with no air in it.
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Will be non hazardous (eg standard shipping) if shipped with no air in it.
Thanks, thats what I was hoping, but wasnt sure even with the cylinder empty. for a 25kg box, the shipping would be about $175 USD. And considering i'd still be saving because getting a setup like this on this side of the pond is next to impossible.


If you are looking to sell one PLEASE dont write me off-- because I will pay to ship it, as long as its not much more expensive than i've said above.


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Thanks, thats what I was hoping, but wasnt sure even with the cylinder empty. for a 25kg box, the shipping would be about $175 USD. And considering i'd still be saving because getting a setup like this on this side of the pond is next to impossible.


If you are looking to sell one PLEASE dont write me off-- because I will pay to ship it, as long as its not much more expensive than i've said above.


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I am hopefully viviting my Airbag tonight. unfortunately it's stored a 100 miles away from where I lve

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OK, thanks. Will wait for a reply
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