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Old 14 November 2003, 11:16   #71
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Old 14 November 2003, 11:17   #72
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I am still trying to work out the reputable Charter Company I didn't know there was one on the South coast
What about the chubby welsh bloke based at Saxon!
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Old 14 November 2003, 11:19   #73
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Richard if ever you get the opportunity to Sh*g a sheep, then I understand it is best done at the edge of a cliff

we eagerly awit your more pertinent comments
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Do you include First Wave Ribs too

Maybe Richard bought it from you Humpy


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Particularly them, have you met their MD, nasty woman.

Besides they are all good drivers there and now how to look after the boats so they don't knacker the props.

In fact one of the drivers often gets out of the boat to give the Hull and engine an easier life and the other one doesn't go fast enough to disturb the water much
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Got your replacement plate yet - and I don't mean tea plate.


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we have sourced the plate now we are price shopping!
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Anyway, at no time did I rubbish the product or indeed the company, who I have used on numerous occasions since 1976.
Well Dirk Dig-a-hole-for-yourself, you seem to have had one of your famous memory lapses!

On 29 October 2003 at 08:35 you said "I've always used Prop Revs in Poole" Always! Not mostly or often, but always! Make your mind up, which company have you used?

And your rubbishing of Solas props began that same day. There are five instances of you rubbishing Solas props, which I shalln't repeat as they can be read on your posts. If you can't find them, I'll happily PM the quotes to you.

Gotta go now!
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I assume from the amount of times you have edited your last post your starting to realise what a load of bull you've been spouting.

If your going to quote me then at least do it in full, an example being " I can't understand why anyone would buy what is a cheap prop" only you forgot to quote the rest of the sentence which as you obviously know was "to use in a high perf installation.

As for me saying I have always used "Prop revs", that is correct, I have used them ever since they parted company from Poole Propellers, which is possibly 10 years or so, but I've been having props repaired since 1976, and before prop revs I used Steel Developments. I still use them now, to purchase nose cones, solas props and a few other items that I can't buy from prop revs!

As for rubbishing Solas Props, I still stand by my statement that they are a "budget priced prop" and not best suited for high perf use. Out of interest, I also use powertech props as supplied by the lads in Poole, and these are also "budget priced".
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I edited the post as I decided there wasn't any point in going over old ground.

I don't really have the motivation to carry on a daft argument with a non-existant person in public!
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