repairing a Swaygo

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repairing a Swaygo

Postby Jeff Bartlett » Apr 21, 2008 3:25 pm

I have a small hole in my Swaygo Sink, and have already taken a look at the instructions on their site regarding how to repair a Swaygo pack using Aquaseal. I'm getting ready to perform the repair, and will admit that I am curious as to how well it's going to work.

Has anyone on here repaired a Swaygo before? Were the results positive (or negative)?
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Re: repairing a Swaygo

Postby Grandpa Caver » Apr 21, 2008 5:54 pm

I have'nt...yet but a good friend has done several repairs on his and says he's happy with the results. I'm pretty sure he used the recommended method.
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Re: repairing a Swaygo

Postby Andy Shoun » Apr 23, 2008 12:44 pm

I've used Seamseal on fabric and it works great, it is strong enough to bridge some pretty big holes. I did a repair on my pack using bicycle tube cement and a wood clamp. No problems.
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Re: repairing a Swaygo

Postby E-man » Apr 24, 2008 1:54 am

I have not had to repair my swaygo yet, but I have seen several at Scott's House that were repaired with Aquaseal and they seemed pretty bomber. I have used Aquaseal to repair several pieces of kayaking gear, and I can tell you from experience that the stuff holds up to some abuse. Fix it with Aquaseal and forget about it.
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