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shells into floaters update.

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these are geen head gear over sized shells with flocked heads.. for floatation i used a piece of 1" inside diamater over a 3/4" ID pipe insuluation.. works out to $12 a piece..what do you think??

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Great idea!

We have a ton of those shells that don't get used much (we use full bodys mainly.) But we are severly lacking on floaters.

It cost $12 a piece? Or do you mean for all 4?

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any idea what there like in the wind or lets say windy contitions?
they didnt tip over when i drove my 15 foot boat right next to them at wot..they can take some decent waves but not sure on wind yet..

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I was thinking about doing something like this as well but I am not sure how well they will stack or carry. I was hopping to save some room in the boat buy using shells instead of floaters.

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My hunting buddy did that with his. Works okay, but any sort of wind and you're out of luck. Maybe he needs to up his foam padding for increased buoyancy.

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