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Wet Sub

Stephen White of Phoenix Arizona owns and operates a wet sub made by Reliant.  Steve's sub is about 18 ft long and weighs 1375 lbs. He rebuilt a good portion of his sub and will be happy to answer any of your questions.  You can write to him at 

Steve tells this about one of his desert outings, "I had it on the trailer and stopped into Star Bucks for a over priced drink and the place was packed, the manager asked me in a loud voice if that was a submarine, I said yes, all of the people were pointing at it, then he said "does it go under water" I said yes, if it didn't it would be a boat..... Everyone but him thought it was funny, I was glad that I had my drink before he asked the dumb question."

...Thank You Steve