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Old 05 December 2005, 12:36   #1
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Probably. Might be easier just to scrap the Avon console, (well sell it on ribnet at least) and then buy one that is tall enough. New console means you could have a built in tank and more storage space. Sounds like a good winter project.

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Yeh, and you could photograph each step of the project and post it on the forum, and we could all slit our wrists after reading it!
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Old 05 December 2005, 13:01   #2
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we could all slit our wrists after reading it!
In that case it would most definitely be a useful exercise!

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pye to x decimal places...

wasn't that suppose to be the most boring book
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than to speak and show the world what a smug twat you can be
Are we allowed to use the "TWAT" word, you useless great TWAT! Coz I thought the TWAT word had been banned!
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Whatever happened to Trans World Airlines?

They used to server a choice of either TWA coffee or TWA tea!
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Whatever happened to Trans World Airlines?

They used to server a choice of either TWA coffee or TWA tea!

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Are we allowed to use the "TWAT" word
I'm still authorised to use it where it seems to be particularly warranted.

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I'm still authorised to use it where it seems to be particularly warranted.

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A code of conduct i've always stuck to religiously!
Pair of TWATS!
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Yeh, and you could photograph each step of the project and post it on the forum, and we could all slit our wrists after reading it!
If you are going to change the console the these fellas make exceedingly good consoles.


http://www.boatmad.com/forum/showthr...light=ring+RIB

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Wasn't Dirk Diggler a bloke with a big prick? Or have I got that the wrong way around?
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