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Old 14 June 2012, 05:56   #1
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How much does an atlantic weigh on its road trailer?
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Old 14 June 2012, 06:29   #2
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Is it an 85? If so, I reckon circa 2.7t inc trailer
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The 85s are quite light. However, that one may have a ballast keel to counteract the weight of the mast. Are the RNLI going all happy clappy ragflappy?
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The 85s are quite light. However, that one may have a ballast keel to counteract the weight of the mast. Are the RNLI going all happy clappy ragflappy?


Beat me to it
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The 85s are quite light. However, that one may have a ballast keel to counteract the weight of the mast. Are the RNLI going all happy clappy ragflappy?
Rofl, comedy.
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