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  2. Let's see if my signature shows Should see a signature below.... A quote from Dorothy ;-) Edit to ad: Yup it's there
  3. It's a bit dated but https://www.pia.com/wp-content/uploads/TS-104CanopyVolume.pdf
  4. Of the 28 dropzones in Canada (listed on cspa.ca) these are the the ones that are also affiliated with USPA (as listed on uspa.org)
  5. https://www.dropzone.com/classifieds/category/6-complete-systems/
  6. I found this https://www.dropzone.com/forums/topic/55792-don-grant--d-1248 and this https://projectpi.skydiveworld.com/Pipeople.htm#dongrant
  7. If you are looking for a PC application that lets you download videos from YouTube, this is the one I use - the free version works just fine https://www.any-video-converter.com/en6/for_video_free/
  8. So far I am pleased with them. I probably only have a dozen jumps on them but they seem to be holding up well.. They certainly stretch very well I double stow everything. Recently I pulled open a pack job and watched how things deployed. It appeared to be the same as if I was using rubber bands. It's the end of the season here. Local DZs are now closed so I won't get any more jumps on them this year.
  9. See this thread https://www.dropzone.com/forums/topic/269203-is-jeff-barlow-legitimate/
  10. It's a private group... can't see it. Any chance copy information there to here?
  11. I made a few jumps using my newly made tube stows. The first was with rubber bands for the locking stows but tube stows on all the others and then a hop and pop with tube stows for the locking stows as well. I could see no issues so I made a couple of jumps from the top with everything as tube stows. They worked great. On the plus side I liked how they performed and I liked the tension they provide when double wrapped. On the down side I am looking to add glue to the joints. Over the four jumps so far with them I had two of them separate while packing. From what I've found online rubber cement appears to be the glue to use with latex tubing. Thoughts or suggestions on gluing tube stows will be much appreciated. Thanks, Ian Edited to specify rubber cement seems to be recommended for Latex tubing. From what I've read Silicone tubing is a whole different thing when it comes to adhesives.
  12. Made my first 12 Tim-Stows To be cautious, I have kept my 4 locking stows as good old Keener rubber bands but the other 8 stows have been changed. I'll probably do a hop and pop, look for anything I notice either during the opening or inspection after the jump before I consider changing my locking stows. Much thanks! Ian
  13. I searched the FAA site and found a similar name, sent in DM in case I'm wrong. Check your messages Here's where I looked https://designee.faa.gov/#/designeeLocator