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    Hard Coal, Hard Core Dragline's Avatar
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    Default Welcome to Rescue Tape!

    Anybody ever buy/use this tape? I saw it in another forum. http://www.rescuetape.com/

    Rescue Tape is a self-fusing silicone repair product with infinite uses. First used by the US Military and now seen at consumer and industrial trade shows across America, this is the most versatile and easy-to-use emergency repair product available.

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    Pretty expensive, but could be worth it.

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    Yea but with my luck, if I don't buy it, I'll probably need it someday. The old catch 22...

    1. Two Standard Rolls - 1" Wide x 20mil thick x 12' long - $24.95 <--- $12.48 a roll
    2. Six Standard Rolls - 1" Wide x 20mil thick x 12' long - $44.95 <--- $7.49 a roll
    3. Twelve Standard Rolls - 1" Wide x 20mil thick x 12' long - $79.00 <--- $6.58 a roll *best deal*
    4. One Super Size roll- 2" Wide x 30mil thick x 36' long - $49.95
    5. One Super Size roll- 2" Wide x 30mil thick x 36' long PLUS
    Three Standard Rolls - 1" Wide x 20mil thick x 12' long - $69.95
    Last edited by Dragline; 05-14-2008 at 21:54.

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    I don't think that this has ever been used by the U.S. Army. I have never seen it, if I had, i'd have some. After all, the Army can help me get to work if needed right? That stuff is kind of expensive, I would think about getting some. My first thought was quick hose repair.

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    Glorified Duct Tape

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    Chris already knows about this, it's what hold most of his Jeep together...
    "I rather be a rightwing nutjob than a left wing liberal with no nuts and no job"

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    I wrote them an email and asked about a good discount for a group buy or maybe offering some as a prize for some sort of contest.

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    I have seen it in the Navy working on airplanes. We use it to wrap wires and other stuff. Really good stuff. I saw them at SEMA also, and got some of their colored stuff.

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    actually the army uses it in the bdar kits
    Stickers


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    It will definitely be worth the cost when I blow a radiator hose on some solo backroad drive......

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