Re: Float Tubes
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Posted by tony fu on December 16, 1997 at 00:30:06:
In Reply to: Re: Float Tubes posted by Frank on February 16, 1997 at 20:06:44:
1. We produce items as follows:
ów ILLEX SOUID CLEANED TUBE
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: : I will be buying a float tube this month. There are a few different types of tubes and I want to buy the best tube for my money ( up to $150.00 ). What do you recomend? Is the U-Boat shape better then a round tube? If you use a tube and have some feed back on the different types please send me a e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
: : Thanks,
: On the float tubes, I purchased a basic good brand for about $75, and it seems fine. Yeah, it's awkward, but one disadvantage of the U type is there is nowhere to rest your arms up front. That bothers some. I found that I spent less and enjoyed a basic 16 inch tube. One thing, I tend to float way too far downstream, that is my nature. The smaller basic tube is lighter and more compact to carry back on the back. Good luck. Frank
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