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Old 29 September 2009, 18:51   #501
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Steep slips are not a problem.
Mollers: 'Come on kids, get your wetsuits, we're off out on the boat. Oh, better bring your rakes, too. We've just got a little driveway to re-surface on the way'
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Old 29 September 2009, 18:55   #502
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using a dumper is so cool just fill the front with all the stuff u need hitch up and launch awsome
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Old 30 September 2009, 02:42   #503
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Mollers: 'Come on kids, get your wetsuits, we're off out on the boat. Oh, better bring your rakes, too. We've just got a little driveway to re-surface on the way'
Don't be daft, I put the boat behind the 71/2 tonner for those little jobs.
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Old 30 September 2009, 02:44   #504
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using a dumper is so cool just fill the front with all the stuff u need hitch up and launch awsome
OK, if you live 100yds from the sea, she's a bit slow on the road. I did a 6m round trip on it yesterday, slow going.
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Old 30 September 2009, 03:12   #505
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Picked up this beauty in Poole couple of weeks ago



And headed straight to the Ferry

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Old 30 September 2009, 03:23   #506
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Very very nice I like that
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Old 30 September 2009, 15:32   #507
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thats just showing off haha nice
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Launching on my own...

Just got sent this as part of a batch from a client (taken recently.....best weather we've had all year!)

Jeep GC (WJ) V8 (Lpg) Auto and Ocean 6.5. Tows like a dream (if not a little thirsty). Getting a bit long in the tooth now but not worth selling anymore....especially if i keep driving it into the water up to it's axle!

That's me struggling to launch on my own.....in my defence had only had two shredded wheat!

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Just got sent this as part of a batch from a client (taken recently.....best weather we've had all year!)

Jeep GC (WJ) V8 (Lpg) Auto and Ocean 6.5. Tows like a dream (if not a little thirsty). Getting a bit long in the tooth now but not worth selling anymore....especially if i keep driving it into the water up to it's axle!

That's me struggling to launch on my own.....in my defence had only had two shredded wheat!

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Looks a smart setup Dan
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Cheers John.....

will look even better with the new seats. Hopefully collecting them Thurs /Fri.

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