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    Default here's a cheaper lifeline jacket option for non racers!

    i saw this on someone's facebook page and thought i'd pass it on, hella deal on a jacket a shitload better than a ski jacket and not nearly the cost of a lifeline. THIS IS NOT SPAM, this is safety info i stumbled across and deamed worthy of posting

    http://www.landfallnavigation.com/mustangmv4600.html

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    That looks like and sounds like a good jacket. Now find me some skid/impact shorts for about 50 bucks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjet View Post
    That looks like and sounds like a good jacket. Now find me some skid/impact shorts for about 50 bucks .
    lol, i'm sure there's someone out there making a cheaper set of impact shorts than deist and others. hass gave me a brand new pair of deist impact shorts

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    Will that pass tech for NJBA River Racer Class

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    Quote Originally Posted by lv4jetboats View Post
    Will that pass tech for NJBA River Racer Class
    i doubt it, i jus posted it for guys like myself that like to cove race or do stupid stuff on lakes i ordered a red 1 this mornin for my lil turbo boat, i'll let yall know how well its made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lv4jetboats View Post
    Will that pass tech for NJBA River Racer Class
    Man, I doubt it, but ask Shelfo. This vest is better than a Wal-Mart ski vest, but just barely. Any vest you'd consider for a real performance application must have leg/crotch straps. You go in the water feet first and that jacket will slide over your head so quick you won't even know it was there. Better than nothing for lake hot rodding, but not what you'd consider even an entry level race vest. YMMV...
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    Quote Originally Posted by David 519 View Post
    Man, I doubt it, but ask Shelfo. This vest is better than a Wal-Mart ski vest, but just barely. Any vest you'd consider for a real performance application must have leg/crotch straps. You go in the water feet first and that jacket will slide over your head so quick you won't even know it was there. Better than nothing for lake hot rodding, but not what you'd consider even an entry level race vest. YMMV...
    x2 if you're using a walmart type skijacket, do yourself a favor and at least upgrade to this mustang jacket, as stated its better than nothing

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    I hear alot of people talk about lifeline but what about deist racing can pick one up for a good price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lv4jetboats View Post
    Will that pass tech for NJBA River Racer Class
    Must be a 4 buckle vest
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    Quote Originally Posted by lv4jetboats View Post
    Will that pass tech for NJBA River Racer Class
    highly unlikely.

    http://www.njbaracing.org/rulebook.html

    check page 15, "driver requirements and equipment", lines 7 and 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    x2 if you're using a walmart type skijacket, do yourself a favor and at least upgrade to this mustang jacket, as stated its better than nothing
    Amen brotha! When i crashed my old vdrive-a cheap jacket almost choked me ! The dam thing was wrapped around my head!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TINTDESIGNZ View Post
    Amen brotha! When i crashed my old vdrive-a cheap jacket almost choked me ! The dam thing was wrapped around my head!!!
    uh huh, now that explains alot! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    uh huh, now that explains alot! lol
    haha-hey at least i had it on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TINTDESIGNZ View Post
    haha-hey at least i had it on!
    ok ya got me there after getting stuff under the tx20's dash good at bbow i started wearing 1 every time i knew i'd be above 50mph, still have shin scars from that day landed it so hard it damaged the lh tunnel in the rear and he had to put a transom in it over the winter. that spooked me nuff

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