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Old 25 June 2009, 15:17   #91
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Here is a few posin in my sr6 'patches' , anyone else out there with an sr6 would love to see some pics !
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One 6.2m - is that close enough?
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Old 27 June 2009, 06:54   #92
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This is my new Avon Searider with 30hp Mariner. Grew up with these boats as a diver through the 80's but then spent 20 years with Fletchers. Now trying to capture my lost youth and teach my children the joys of RIBS
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Old 29 June 2009, 13:47   #93
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Hi @ll,
now i have been the first time on river with my SR54. I have the hull closed.
Hull painted in marine grey,diy console made of plywood and grp. New transom.
So the hull isn t complete in the Water and only 1 tube is on water . when laying in water.
But runs smooth and fast. I have zhe old yam 75HP with a 17" prop.
my ignition was faulty on test drive, so it didn t came over 3000 revs.

I have to finish seat cushions and electic, also the doors for the console.

Mike from Stuttgart / Germany
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Old 29 June 2009, 14:36   #94
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That looks really good Mike!
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Old 30 June 2009, 17:32   #95
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For Nuge....

I've had three sets of seats made. The one pictured is narrow or they can be done full width of the console.

The third set I've had done as two singles with a grab rail in between them.
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So having fitted a (1986) 50hp Yammie, nothing would do DonegalDan (posts on here - he's shy) but take his 4m (1977) Searider to Islay for the day. Despite 200m visibility, the 38Nm crossing from Ireland passed without incident and Babydoll returned to Greencastle (88Nm total) in time for supper. No important mechanical issues were experienced.
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I've had three sets of seats made. The one pictured is narrow or they can be done full width of the console.

The third set I've had done as two singles with a grab rail in between them.
cheers dave,
console being collected today 2 wide singles may be best for me, as i do like my back rest for when the going gets ruff,
speak soon ed
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So having fitted a (1986) 50hp Yammie, nothing would do DonegalDan (posts on here - he's shy) but take his 4m (1977) Searider to Islay for the day. Despite 200m visibility, the 38Nm crossing from Ireland passed without incident and Babydoll returned to Greencastle (88Nm total) in time for supper. No important mechanical issues were experienced.
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the searider i have just bought.
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Engine on, just electronics to fit and it should get wet this weekend.
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