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Old 10 May 2008, 15:39   #11
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Old 10 May 2008, 15:58   #12
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Get the lot, 4x300hp suzukis, 2 kayaks, 2 DR 400 supermotards and tubes the size of....... well massive. About 500K I think! (just the boat)
The owner was kind enough to allow me to hitch a ride. What a tool

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My eldest was looking at the DR400s on the deck today and not being able to find a ramp or anything asked the owner how you get the bikes on and off

He was told you just lift them over the side - yeah right, like thats going to be easy.
Lifting them up bodily over the tubes and lowering them onto a beach or even a pontoon is going to be hard, let alone getting them back up on deck. Makes you wonder if they are just for show.

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My eldest was looking at the DR400s on the deck today and not being able to find a ramp or anything asked the owner how you get the bikes on and off

He was told you just lift them over the side - yeah right, like thats going to be easy.
Lifting them up bodily over the tubes and lowering them onto a beach or even a pontoon is going to be hard, let alone getting them back up on deck. Makes you wonder if they are just for show.

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We saw them being taken off at the end of the day when we came back around 1800 . Looked like no easy task.
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