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Old 22 December 2005, 15:52   #51
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no he didnt...

too heavy, too slow, too expensive....

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Good choice of engine, did you consider Verado ?

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Old 22 December 2005, 16:18   #52
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Now the engine's on you could get him to finish pointing the brickwork!
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Old 23 December 2005, 04:51   #53
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Ron Hale Marine have been very helpful and have given a great price and have also sorted out most of the other items needed and matched others pricing.


they are very well recommended, if you need an engine give them a shout, Speak to Ross Hale
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Old 27 December 2005, 09:18   #54
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Tell Chris the engine looks very smart indeed, look forward to seeing it when we get back from Antigua, don't let onto my misses that I have logged on as promised I would not touch a computer whilst on hols but hey I went into this shopping mall alone, whilst she was on the beach and oooppss there just happened to be a computer saying "LOG ON...... you know you want toooo!!"

anyway gotta to catch my Jet Ski taxi back to the resort now so better dash
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Old 01 January 2006, 07:28   #55
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Tubes

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Have been following your project with interest

If you require a quote for the tubes and for fitting, would be pleased to quote by return. Can also offer a towing service rather than you having to cover yet more mileage. Tried sending a PM but you are not accepting them.


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Old 12 January 2006, 11:26   #56
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Chris, thanks so much for the email and quotation, very much appreciated. I have now selected a company to tube the boat for me and it is due to be started at the end of January.

thanks for the PMs asking for some pics to be posted so i will get some on the thread this weekend once i have finished the console and fitted the upper half

engine is now fitted and will be PDi'd either next week or the week after.

i have gone for a twin 120ah battery installation
i have a mp3 driven 250w Amp driving 150w JVC waterproof speakers(hopefully louder than an opti
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this weekend i will finalise the wiring of the engine and complete the conduit assemblies

currently busy glassfibring and flocoating the modifications i am doing. i prefer to glass in items like the fuel filler panel etc rather than have machine screws on show etc.
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i prefer to glass in items like the fuel filler panel
wot yew reely meen iz dat yew cutt de fkin oles too bigg

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damn sussed me out!!!

no i decided it would be neater to glass it in especially as the socket countersunk machine screws had not turned up at that time!

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Old 16 January 2006, 16:17   #59
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some pics of the hull being built, got the pics thru today. you can see the fibreglass fuel tank laid from the console forwards
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