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Lowpuller

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I just found the Rocket Woman website today. The products appear to be identical to the Rocket Man products but slightly cheaper.

Anyone know the story?
 
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Ugly divorce a number of years ago. Evidently she left with some rights to the product and has done business consistently for many years.
 

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Some of the parachutes are ok and others are too thin to use.
 

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Ugly divorce a number of years ago. Evidently she left with some rights to the product and has done business consistently for many years.
Sure hope this thread is allowed to die a quick death, as those whom know the details know, and those whom don't have no need to ask for them to be further published on this forum...
 

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Sure hope this thread is allowed to die a quick death, as those whom know the details know, and those whom don't have no need to ask for them to be further published on this forum...
I was satisfied with the response from dixontj93060, but honestly, you made this thread much more interesting. I am not pursuing this as its none of my business, but if you wanted it to die a quick death you shouldn't have posted what you did.
 

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I was satisfied with the response from dixontj93060, but honestly, you made this thread much more interesting. I am not pursuing this as its none of my business, but if you wanted it to die a quick death you shouldn't have posted what you did.
+1, bring out the paparazzi!
 

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I was satisfied with the response from dixontj93060, but honestly, you made this thread much more interesting. I am not pursuing this as its none of my business, but if you wanted it to die a quick death you shouldn't have posted what you did.
Good to know you were satisfied--mission accomplished. Shouda-coulda-woulda, is a matter of opinion and yours is noted.. Now back to our regular scheduled programming...:facepalm:
 

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Actually I was looking for more of those flanged retainers. Thought they were a thing of the past.
+2.. I wish she had them made for 3" motors, with both three and/or four retaining lugs.
 

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It is a thread in rear closure for AT motors that has an integral three hole flange for retention. I have a 29mm and a 38mm.
 

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It is a thread in rear closure for AT motors that has an integral three hole flange for retention. I have a 29mm and a 38mm.
Yes, I have the flange retainers for 29, 38, & 54... What I'm looking for is a similar one for 75mm snap ring motors... One that slips over the OD of the case, retaining the motor by mating against the motor retaining ring.
 

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If you ever want to unload those flange closures, let me know...

In particular, these

 
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