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Old 25 August 2014, 09:25   #1
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Stainless A Frame

Adjustable type A16 A Frame for sale. Never used / as new.

Max width about 1500mm - top section can be cut down to size. Approx 1250mm high. Stepped out section between 250-480mm above deck level and step out is around 200mm each side.
7 fixing points for lights, dry box holders etc.
Bought for my Humber but never got around to fitting it. 235 ono.
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Kenneth

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Old 26 August 2014, 17:28   #2
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Bought for my Humber
What's your Humber?

I can't get out to measure mine at the moment!
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Old 26 August 2014, 17:49   #3
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5m Ocean Pro, 2m beam
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Old 27 August 2014, 04:26   #4
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OK, let me go and take some measurements. I'm a little conerned it's actually tall enough to "meet" my garage door.

Will confirm tonight.

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Old 02 September 2014, 07:11   #5
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Sorry about the delay in replying. Life getting in the way again.....

Looks like there won't be any door hitting issues - it's within 5mm of mine height wise.

As it's for an O- pro, I reckon the feet should be angled as the deck slopes at the obvious place to land them. (well, it does on the O-pro's granddad!).

Can you confirm I'm reading the pics correctly that the "feet" are horizontal and undrilled? I just ask as I'll need to get mounts made & glassed in if so.

Also I see you say "collect". Is that a must, or would you be prepared to post it if the "Ribnet delivery network" isn't heading anywhere near one or both of us? I have no problems paying the carriage if you are OK with that.

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Old 02 September 2014, 09:59   #6
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Hi,

The frame slopes sternward by about 20 deg from the vertical. The feet are made of fairly substantial flattened U profile stainless plates with 2 M8 sized pre-drilled holes. (you could also glass fibre them onto the deck I suppose but that's beyond my experience). Humber told me to use M8 self tappers and Sikaflex.

The frame attaches to the feet by way of a horizontal bolt at the aft end and a hand tightened screw facing upwards at the fwd end. By removing the fwd screw you should be able to lean the frame backwards although by how much will depend on positioning versus the transom.

I'd prefer if you could collect it (its pretty big and heavy and I don't have the original box any more) but if all else fails I can package it up for collection.

Cheers. Kenneth
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Old 02 September 2014, 10:20   #7
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So the "foot" I can see in the pics isn't what gets fixed directly to the deck and there is another bit of metal that is attached to the hull to which you then bolt / screw the frame?

Either way, any chance of a pic of the fixing metalwork? or a close- up of the foot?


The 20 degrees sounds about the same as my transom. Not surprising as the O-Pro is the result of 2 generations of development of my 1980s hull..... That's why when you said you had bought it for one I was very interested.

You also have PM.

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Old 02 September 2014, 14:38   #8
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