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Old 24 May 2006, 07:52   #11
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i know the man that makes s/s rachet straps

he makes all ours at the moment all be it not s/s

i will ask him a price i bet there cheap as chips
now that would be cool, for a ratchet strap i am after one with a flat S or similar end that when you hook it round the eye on the transom it does not dig into the fibreglass like the lorry ones can

then some plastic corner protectors for where the strap goes round the bottom edge of the transom would be superb especially if there were fitted onto the strap so they dont fall off

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Old 24 May 2006, 08:05   #12
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Old 24 May 2006, 08:41   #13
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My straps fit from the bow ring to the trailer, and then from the tow rings on the stern to two rings bolts with eyes on them on my trailer... the ratchets straps are only a couple of feet long... and seem to do the job very well

No RW, you can't have them I will let you stroke them again though.
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Old 24 May 2006, 08:53   #14
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My straps fit from the bow ring to the trailer, and then from the tow rings on the stern to two rings bolts with eyes on them on my trailer... the ratchets straps are only a couple of feet long... and seem to do the job very well

No RW, you can't have them I will let you stroke them again though.
snap, same as mine, would like the opportunity to stroke your stainless straps if i see them too
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Old 24 May 2006, 09:42   #15
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I try not to be envious of a lot of things but every know and again something really gives me the I want's. I truly covet the ratchet starps on Benc's bote which are stainless steel. Does anybody know where to get them from.

I guess if the truth were known i am fairly envious of Intrepid but i might be able to afford the ratchet straps

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Old 26 May 2006, 08:53   #16
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rw - yr inbox is full but sent as per above...
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