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    Cool High and Low Pressure air bags

    Looking for feed back on various types of air bag systems on the market.<br />The good , the bad and the ugly

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    Air Bags, check out the new technology air bags. They give the best of both high and low pressure bags combined. <a href="http://www.resqtekinc.com." target="_blank">www.resqtekinc .com.</a>

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    We just got that ResQ Bags system where I work, tried them out for the first time today. I think they're going to be great, I love how they set up and operate. We'll see how they work in an actual situation later, I guess. Both high pressure and high expansion.
    These are my opinions and not those of the organizations for which I work and/or volunteer.

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    HIGH PRESSURE BAGS LIFT HEAVY WEIGHTS SHORT DISTANCES WITH ABOUT 120psi, LOW PRESSURE BAGS LIFT LARGE THINGS BIG DISTANCES WITH3-7psi. CHECK OUT MAT JACK BAGS MY DEPT HAS HAD THEM FOR YEARS AND WE LOVE THEM. THEY STACK WELL, AND HAVE NEVER LET US DOWN. HIGH PRESSURE BAGS COME IN TWO STYLES- STEEL AND KEVLAR. STEEL BAGS HAVE A LIFE SPAN OF ABOUT 12-15 YRS. KEVLAR BAGS HAVE A LIFE SPAN OF 8-10 YRS. KEVLAR BAGS COST A LITTLE MORE PER BAG THAN STEEL, ABOUT $50 OR SO. STEEL BAGS WEIGH ABOUT 1/3 MORE THAN KEVLAR BAGS. IF A STEEL BAGS WEIGHS 60# A KEVLAR BAG WILL WEIGH 40#.MAT JACK IS OUT OF IND. CALL THAM AND FIND A DEALER NEAR YOU, YOU WON'T BE SORRY

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    I'll agree with Jim, check out the nre technoloy ResQTek air bag rescue system. They offer the best of both worlds. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">

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    I'll agree with Jim, check out the nre technoloy ResQTek air bag rescue system. They offer the best of both worlds. <img src="smile.gif" border="0">

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    how about "Vetter"

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