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kjvander
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kjvander

Will work for diving, from Chesterton, Indiana

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kjvander was last seen:
Nov 11, 2019
    1. Scotty476
      Scotty476
      Hello,

      I was reading your post about BCs for big guys. I am thinking about a zeagle ranger. I am currently 6'1'' and weight about 330. I believe you said you weighted the same when you started. If you dont mind me asking what is your height? I have tried a few bc on but they done seem to fit around my waist. Do you know if the cummerbund on the zeagle ranger can be replaced with a larger one? Do you remember what your waist was when you were 330?

      Sorry for the barrage of questions.

      Thanks for your help.

      Scotty
    2. compton384
      compton384
      Happy Belated Birthday :)
    3. Erin.
      Erin.
      Welcome to Drive 2 Dive!
    4. Jendra
      Jendra
      I see that it is only a few days until you venture off to Cozumel... What company will you be diving with while you are there??

      Enjoy!
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    Birthday:
    March 15
    Location:
    Chesterton, Indiana
    Occupation:
    Chemical Engineer
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    SDI
    Dive History:
    Started diving with a discover scuba in St. Lucia and now am hooked.
    Certification History:
    stuff.....
    Certification Level:
    Drysuit Voodoo Gas Deep Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Dive Equipment:
    The stuff that makes you able to breathe underwater....comfortably
    Rebreather Experience:

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    "When you turn your air on does it return the favor?! "
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