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post #24 of Old 06-21-2013
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Re: Mast work

Just think, the further you are above whatever the max weight actually may be, the more dramatic the impact will be.

I played college football at 230 and I'm not in shape anymore. I get it.

Bosun chair work is generally not all that time consuming, especially changing out a couple of lights. Easy to pay someone else to do, just buy the parts and send someone up. It's for emergency only in my world........


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