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    Arrow FRANK THOMAS RACE SUIT size EURO 60 UK 50

    The race suit is SOLD. Thank you. Please delete.
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    Paging Chris Pero or Scubasteve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by makct04 View Post
    Paging Chris Pero or Scubasteve.
    You getting me a late birthday present?!?! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by makct04 View Post
    Paging Chris Pero or Scubasteve.
    This thing would be perfect for either of you.

    I crashed my FT XTI suit 3 times, then Mike crashed it once. Had the EMTs not cut it off of Mike you would still of been able to wear it. These things were by far one of the best values in the leather world.
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    Tried one of those on a year or so ago, its too long :-( the kneepucks are in my shins even in a riding position.... I have short legs :-(

    Where ya located for shits and giggles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubasteve View Post
    Tried one of those on a year or so ago, its too long :-( the kneepucks are in my shins even in a riding position.... I have short legs :-(

    Where ya located for shits and giggles?
    Mine are like that to. Your boots will push it up far enough, then it will bunch a little in the upper leg. Get use to it or have a place take out a few inches...... Or go custom. Those are your only options. I have gotten use to it with my 2 peice, but will end up buying a one peice then having it cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6r View Post
    Mine are like that to. Your boots will push it up far enough, then it will bunch a little in the upper leg. Get use to it or have a place take out a few inches...... Or go custom. Those are your only options. I have gotten use to it with my 2 peice, but will end up buying a one peice then having it cut.
    This is the cheaper option of the 3.

    EDIT - assuming you don't have pants which you have to buy and then have to get them altered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubasteve View Post
    Tried one of those on a year or so ago, its too long :-( the kneepucks are in my shins even in a riding position.... I have short legs :-(

    Where ya located for shits and giggles?


    Located in New Britain, CT. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6r View Post
    Mine are like that to. Your boots will push it up far enough, then it will bunch a little in the upper leg. Get use to it or have a place take out a few inches...... Or go custom. Those are your only options. I have gotten use to it with my 2 peice, but will end up buying a one peice then having it cut.
    Hmm OK, I might have to give these a shot then.

    Quote Originally Posted by makct04 View Post
    This is the cheaper option of the 3.

    EDIT - assuming you don't have pants which you have to buy and then have to get them altered.
    I was originally going to grab a set of the field sheer pants as they have "short" sizes lol
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    Seriously steve you should go for this. Its a good price on a good entry level suit. I've had my FT for 6 years now. It's been down lightly twice and is nowhere near retirement. If your boots don't fix the leg issue (and they probably will), the heroic guy can alter it for you and it will likely still be cheaper than a new suit

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