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Old 23 June 2005, 09:02   #11
Country: Canada
Town: Newfoundland
Length: no boat
Join Date: May 2000
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Nice console layout but one thought. If you stuff the boat and take a header into the console, that screen has a nasty sharp edge that could do some damage. My preference is to have some sort of padding or a stainless rail around the windscreen. The rail also hurts when you hit it but wont cut your face up!

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Old 23 June 2005, 10:57   #12
Country: Ireland
Town: Bandon
Boat name: Oisre
Make: Excaliber
Length: 7m +
Engine: O/B Evinrude 176hp
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 33
Screen Bar Coming

Hi Alan
There is a screen bar been made as we speak (stainless steel). there was a wee delay on it as it would have to go to the lads who were going to measure it up for us (Vertical Ronan as it happens!) and that would mean that we would not have the boat for a while. NO Way!!! Excalibur has another boat on order and it to has the same console as ourselves and it will go to Ronan who will fit etc in situ, and do one for us as well Well spotted all the same. Not much gets past you lot!!

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