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    Just another (grim) reminder to be careful in your high speed rigs guys. Just surfing the boat forum from back home in Ontario and noticing one of its very respected memebers died last weekend after being ejected from his STV tunnel boat, he was wearing a lifeline jacket but still succumbed to injuries. Its shaken alot of guys up out there up as he was a very expereinced boater just out for an evening rip.

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    If you ain't hittin bottom...you ain't jetboatin!

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    Agreed Xman. Bad things can happen quick but the least we can do is try to limit the chances as best as we can. Jackets, kill switches are bound to go a long ways.

    Be safe everyone......john

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    Agreed Xman. Bad things can happen quick but the least we can do is try to limit the chances as best as we can. Jackets, kill switches are bound to go a long ways.

    Be safe everyone......john
    Do you have a kill switch on yours? I haven't installed on on mine. But it sure makes since.Not sure i would know how to. It couldn't be that hard. Can't wait to labor day. Travis

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Train View Post
    Do you have a kill switch on yours? I haven't installed on on mine. But it sure makes since.Not sure i would know how to. It couldn't be that hard. Can't wait to labor day. Travis
    ur pretty much wireing it into ur ignition wire or ur hot wire and when the lanyard is pulled it stops the circuit. again if im wrong someone correct me so i can learn something new

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    On the money guys. Super simple. Find the lead off the ignition switch that runs the ignition and put the kill switch in series.

    Cut wire and make two connections.


    Travis, if you're at Mardon look me up and I'll show you how I did it.........John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    On the money guys. Super simple. Find the lead off the ignition switch that runs the ignition and put the kill switch in series.

    Cut wire and make two connections.


    Travis, if you're at Mardon look me up and I'll show you how I did it.........John
    That would be great. Can't wait to go to mardon it looks like a blast. Still need to change the bilge pump and oil. Thanks Travis

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