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Old 01 November 2009, 14:45   #1
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Sorry, not a RIB ....but can anyone recommend an engineer to service my kad32 & 290 DP outdrive, the boat is an Aquador 23HT and is ashore at Southdown Marina Millbrook.
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Old 01 November 2009, 16:20   #2
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Lurking on a rib forum, yodelling at Potential Motor Cruiser engineers, it would seem
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Nothing potential about it, it my job
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true enuff. I was going to recomend Ian but he'd already done it himself.

By the way Ian that basty DM's been saying bad things about my poor grey haired old mum
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Nothing potential about it, its my hobby

Right that is this fred fecked, what was it about again Randski we can vouch for Ian, safe pair of hands

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true enuff. I was going to recomend Ian but he'd already done it himself.

By the way Ian that basty DM's been saying bad things about my poor grey haired old mum
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Your mum is so very nice, i would have never believed you were hers , how is she and please say hello when you see her and DON'T forget, sorry who is DM
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Right that is this fred fecked, what was it about again Randski we can vouch for Ian, safe pair of hands

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Cheers Pete
So what is with the rags and sticks, going soft
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So what is with the rags and sticks, going soft
Yes, decided I wanted a toilet, a bed and a stove to make tea

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And ten times longer to get there, look what i have found, remember this http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8147


I am trying to find some of the pics taken that weekend and the one in March, will keep looking
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Your mum is so very nice, i would have never believed you were hers ,
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[/QUOTE]how is she and please say hello when you see her and DON'T forget, sorry who is DM [/QUOTE] sure will, shes still tireless and well and has recently been awarded an Advanced Powerbroomstick Certicate by the Royal Witching Association, which is real cool cos I gotta feeling shes gonna be going to be flying up to Wolverhampton soon. http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=32984

Randski My Mum says Ian is a good man as well.
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Stu, you are very unkind to your dear mum, hope she bashes you around the ear with her bromstick and when was the last time you visited her, when i stayed at her place, she said she almost forgot what you looked like, cus she hadn't seen you for so long
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Unkind Not at all. She's very proud of her ticket and hopes to get a lot more work with it, she's already orderd a bigger cauldron and I suspect there be a lot of blind newts in Cardiff soon. Your'e lucky she liked you or you'd have been turned into Chrysler outboard or something worse. Strike that theres probably not much worse than one of them
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Hi Ian, good to see you back. Cookee will prob be along shortly to defend the rag n stick. His Mrs just bought a Sigma.
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What on earth is the world comming too
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