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Old 04-29-2013   #1
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drytop wrist gaskets

Hey everyone, I got a drytop for my birthday back in March, but it was a size large. I am 5'6 120 pounds (14 years old). The neck gasket works perfectly but the wrist gaskets let small amounts of water in since my wrists are not very big so they are not super tight. Is there a way to "shrink" the wrist gaskets a little without harming them in the long run? Thanks

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Old 04-29-2013   #2
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sadly no you could always find someone to install smaller gaskets like the manufacturer or a local company would be your best choice good luck!
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