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g3ninfinite

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If it's a brand new rig then ask what it would take $$ to change out the harness and make it fit you.

1.5 inches too long in the main lift web is not a good fit.

It all depends on how much you will be paying and if your willing to put up with an ill fitting rig.

IMO a bit too small would be a lot better than a bit too big.
Be the canopy pilot you want that other guy to be.

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Free flying in particular



In a sit, a low hip junction will allow the legstraps to 'swing' around, and maybe creep up be back of your legs behind the knees. A bungee connecting the legstraps will help this, unless you fly with your legs close together.

You really need to try it on, packed up with a main/reserve, and cinched down like you're going to jump it and see how it feels. 1.5" is probably a little loose, but you might get lucky and find that this one 'fits' you better then you expect.

Also, give UPT a call and get a quote on a harness resize, just for kicks. Maybe hit the seller up to split the difference with you, and knock a few bucks off the price, then you end up with a 'perfect' harness.

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Thanks everyone. Will call UPT on Monday. Does anyone know approximate cost of redoing a harness on a completed container?



Yeah, UPT. Call them on Monday.

But seriously, have the serial number of the rig and a set of measurements for yourself off of a V3 order form handy when you call, it will help them determine the scope of the work needed.

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Thanks everyone. Will call UPT on Monday. Does anyone know approximate cost of redoing a harness on a completed container?



Yeah, UPT. Call them on Monday.

But seriously, have the serial number of the rig and a set of measurements for yourself off of a V3 order form handy when you call, it will help them determine the scope of the work needed.




Copy, thanks dave

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