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I'm adding half a doz. canadas to my spread, but don't know if I should get aqua vac or weighted keel. Any opinions would be helpful.
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Weighted keel, deffinately. Those aqua vacs are hard to set up. I sold mine and bought all weighted keel. They didn't seem to sit on the water quite right, either.
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Gotta Agree. Go with the weighted keel. G&H make good floaters as does Bigfoot.
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Yep, get the weighted ones, then they won't tip over on you on a windy day.
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