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    Default Bunker Gear???

    Hey guys.. I am looking around for some bunker gear. Anyone have any that they are selling, or know of any??

    I'm 6' tall, 34-36 waist, 165 lbs

    Any info you guys could give me would be great. thanks
    "A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood"


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    Try here. They are auctioning off a bunch of gear.

    www.baldwinsville.org

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    Hey TotalChaos

    One of the firefighters at my station is selling his Morning Pride gear. If you are interested let me know with another post and I will get you an email address. It is in great shape.

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    Thanks for the replys...

    yeah, if you could give me any info or his email I would really appreciate it.
    "A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood"

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    Default might help...

    You already know this but there is a lot
    of turnout gear at www.ebay.com

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    I just bought a set of refurbished gear from www.glovesinc.com for training use.

    They are in really great shape, barely looks used. $250.00 plus shipping and they hemmed the pants for $25.00.

    There's also Glen's site at http://www.glensemeq.com/

    I bought some gear there a few years ago but he didn't have my size this time.

    Either one should be able to help you.
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