Replacing the neck gasket on a drysuit

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Re: Replacing the neck gasket on a drysuit

Postby jason » Wed Dec 09, 2009 5:35 pm

loki980 wrote:If you brew your own beer, a carboy would work for sure.
If you don't brew your own beer, you should.


Loki's got a really good point, you should byob.
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Re: Replacing the neck gasket on a drysuit

Postby PinkVoldo » Wed Dec 09, 2009 6:08 pm

http://_replacement.asp?src=champ&utm_campaign=fireclick_undefined&utm_source=champ&utm_medium=marketing&utm_term=fc_&CampaignRedirect=1

Please follow nrs's instructions. I would go to NWOC on Lake Union to purchase a commercial weight neck gasket instead of the sh!t gaskets that the kite companies use. It makes Pink sad inside to think about how far behind Kiting drysuits are as compared to kayaking and rafting drysuits.

Kokotat says:
http://www.kokatat.com/documents/cserv/KokatatNeckgasketWO.pdf

I've done a few necks for WW kayaking with success using my homemade jig kit, but I can't find it, or the plans for the jig on the internet.
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Re: Replacing the neck gasket on a drysuit

Postby PinkVoldo » Wed Dec 09, 2009 6:09 pm

rainy pass fixes them. at Stone and 40 something in fremont. usually long wait and $ though
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