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Old 02-22-2007   #11
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I 100% agree on the safety issue. Thats why most creekboats have integrated the 5 point safety grab loops for any bad potential situations.... as well as the step out system and new rotomolded seat in the habitat...... The step out bow support is super strong. If your around a habitat just step on the bow and see it for yourself.... its super super sturdy....

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