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Old 21 April 2010, 17:22   #21
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20mm.
Tidy, like

Which way?
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Tidy, like

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Down.

Port.
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Old 21 April 2010, 17:41   #23
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Port.
Thought so from the pics. Is it a left hooker?
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Thought so from the pics. Is it a left hooker?
Nah, it's a hoptical illusion. She's wandered off to the std side.
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Old 22 April 2010, 05:47   #25
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Nah, it's a hoptical illusion. She's wandered off to the std side.

Or in other words:

"Groomy's out there now, re-drilling the transom"

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Hi Chris

I've got 'the happy shopper' wooden rescue SR4 and would like diagonal struts also on the frame to provide a bit more strength.

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I've got 'the happy shopper' wooden rescue SR4 and would like diagonal struts also on the frame to provide a bit more strength.

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OK, we'll need to know where the existing struts bolt to the floor and transom fairly precisely.

It may pay to pull one out and send it to us. That way we can hopefully get the pad size, bolt pattern and angle something like it.
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Great thanks I'll take one off after measuring distance between etc.

Where does it need to be sent to or dropped off at?

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Great thanks I'll take one off after measuring distance between etc.

Where does it need to be sent to or dropped off at?

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Willk will give you the address.

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