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Old 10-12-2015   #31
 
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It's what we had for the day. It was actually pretty fun. My buddy ran it on many different rivers. It was easier than I thought it would be. We had a couple of smaller boats too.

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It's what we had for the day. It was actually pretty fun. My buddy ran it on many different rivers. It was easier than I thought it would be. We had a couple of smaller boats too.
I bet that was fun! I'd love to see it on the gorge! 1800cfs seems skimpy with my 16'
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Old 10-13-2015   #33
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Demaree Inflatable Boats (DIB) in Friendsville MD makes new snout tubes.

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I remember seeing a pair of mini snout tubes for sale for $800, should of grabbed them. I'm sure a new set from dib costs a mint.
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I'm sure a new set from dib costs a mint.
Check out their price list. They are probably awesome, but you could buy 3 sets of 16' NRS Kodiak tubes for the price of one set of their 14' tubes.
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Has anybody here seen and/or used the Jacks Plastic Welding snout tubes? How about the Hyside snout tubes?
Also, does anybody have beta on where more military tubes are?


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How long have the hysides been used by those companies?
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How long have the hysides been used by those companies?
Those are relatively new purchases, within the last 5 years. Didn't want to give you older names in case they've replenished their fleet recently.
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Do they have a max weight limit?
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Do they have a max weight limit?
That's a tough question to answer. We don't give a specific number. It's more about the operator's capacity rather than weight capacity. You could load that bad boy up with more gear than you could handle, so it's just a matter of you securing a load that you can safely maneuver.
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