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Old 04 July 2015, 15:01   #41
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Thanks Max. I'm wondering if I have the floor a little too far forward? I can put my fingers between the rear of the floor panels and the transom. I read somewhere they blow up better wet as everything moves nicely into place.

Lumpy water... I'm sure we'll get some in 2wks up there.
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Old 04 July 2015, 16:44   #42
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I fit floor deflated, straps really tight then inflate tubes fully then floor and walk round the inner edge to pop it down into place. I think there is a small gap at the rear but the straps need to line up so go with that.
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Wow, looking really good , best colour also , you've even got a blue go faster stripe on the rubbing strip so even faster.
The cones look a bit longer than mine also though it may be an optical illusion.

Be interesting to see how you rate it against your previous sibs and good to hear your feedback.
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Thanks Steve... proof will be in the using next week! Feedback on here at the end of the month when we return

Yep your cones will be shorter... not sure what year they changed but like most SIBs a long taper seems to have gone out of fashion.
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