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-   -   dry suit repair in Sac (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=505742)

hillbilly 09-27-2007 10:06 PM

Anybody know of a place in the Sacramento area that fixes seals? I would like it done locally if possible. Thanks

jermiside 09-28-2007 2:44 AM

les scwhab?

allen 09-28-2007 7:40 AM

Jeff, <BR> depending on the repair, most companys will send you the stuff and you can do it your self. It's easy. I use to fix my old one like once a year. I can help you if you want. YOu just have to make it down this way. <BR> <BR> Al

dabell 09-28-2007 8:07 AM

If you don't get an answer, call Water Ski World in Citrus Heights. I am sure they would know of a person that repairs them or you can buy a new one from them.

wake_pirate 09-28-2007 10:14 AM

call Water Ski World in Citrus Heights, talk to Pat

hillbilly 09-28-2007 8:45 PM

Thanks guys.....Oh and I dont have an account with Schwab maybe I can try America's tire?

peter_c 09-28-2007 10:53 PM

Poke around this website and you will see just how easy it is to replace seals. Instead of the special mold you can just use cardboard rolled up. <BR><a href="http://ossystems.com/" target="_blank">http://ossystems.com/</a> <BR> <BR>FWIW many dive shops can do the repairs, and I understand there is a DUI authorized repair center in Pittsburg.

ccubillo 10-10-2007 1:03 PM

What kind of drysuit is it? Local paddling shops also do latex gasket repair. You could try california canoe and kayak (http://www.calkayak.com/) (916) 353-1880 - ask for Phil McDonald. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by ccubillo on October 10, 2007)

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