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Old 01 February 2013, 14:10   #161
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I'll bet a landy could pull that rib, whether it would be legal on road would be another thing, very nice cabin rib that, one of the best I've ever seen.
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Old 21 February 2013, 11:18   #162
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The old club rib which is a well trust girl... Certainly been through some sea with her.
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The advantage of a Landy is that if your trailer wheel bearing goes, you can just put the trailer on the roof! Photo of a friends after the bearing went last weekend and having winched the boat off in a carpark. That's a trailer for a Ribcraft 4.8 so not exactly small...
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My Landrover & driver

Not Sure if it qualifies as "My" Landrover
But certainly the one that now spends most of the time towing "My" boat Deep Six.

This was taken nearly 12 months ago, on the day I collected her :-) Happy times

Curiously, It came with a driver supplied...
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Not Sure if it qualifies as "My" Landrover
But certainly the one that now spends most of the time towing "My" boat Deep Six.

This was taken nearly 12 months ago, on the day I collected her :-) Happy times

Curiously, It came with a driver supplied...

You should have just hooked up Corry instead dought Tom would have notice ,for at least 5 seconds!! Do you still have your 'driver'
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The old club rib which is a well trust girl... Certainly been through some sea with her.
you have very big anchor for 5.8 m rib !
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Do you still have your 'driver'
S'funny that - he thinks he has a free tow vehicle. I think I have a free RIB.

Go figure...

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Sh..........

We'll not tell

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Free Landie and driver

LOL,

Its ok guys I am learning very quick there is nothing free in this life..
Including my own personal driver

But as they say, you can't take the petrol to grave with you !
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