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Old 07 May 2006, 15:25   #21
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1 deck lifting eyes (so it can be lifted by davits or crane without strops)

2 closer look at the seats

3 paddle holders (4 of)

4 life raft and bow

5 boat hook and holder
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Old 07 May 2006, 15:28   #22
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what size
tanks have you put in. .
Twin 70l under the console and 5 x 92l in the boot as and when required.

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Old 07 May 2006, 16:09   #23
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Jonno are those paddle holders from Humber? Any idea how much they are on their own?
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Old 07 May 2006, 16:14   #24
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Think they would only sell them for a Humber.

Try Henshaws
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Old 07 May 2006, 17:17   #25
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I quite clearly stated that I "read" about it in a review
yep that was never in any doubt-you may have missed the irony ( or perhaps it was sarcasm after I'd just done 8 hours in an ocean pro on the water ) Come on codders thats what you come on here for so we can all have a little dig at ya, in the nicest possible way of course, and it must be so much easier than going to sea.
Hi Jono-My ocean pro seats (on the sports consol) are bril, even though your petite bum has been sat on one of them- so comfortable that a certain commercial rib producer who comes to us regularly ( mentioning no names of course) have been spotted coming to sea on day 2 of a level 2 course with a tape measure, paper and pencil and drawing little diagrams
Some of the fancier humber seats at ribex do seem a little thin in the padding department though.
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Old 08 May 2006, 04:33   #26
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I can vouch for those seats - superb and plenty of padding. I like the new shaped backrests though, that looks a nice improvement.
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Old 08 May 2006, 05:07   #27
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Jono,
Are the lifting eyes of strong enough construction?, it's just they look a wee bit on the light side .
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Old 08 May 2006, 13:55   #28
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Looks spanking Jono, Hurry up and get it finished and I'll race you to Ireland and back with my 6.3 ocean pro when I'v finished fitting mine out!!!!!
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Old 08 May 2006, 14:53   #29
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seats are from Humber

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Old 08 May 2006, 15:17   #30
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Jono,
Are the lifting eyes of strong enough construction?, it's just they look a wee bit on the light side .
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Humber fitted them so hope so????


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