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Old 03 March 2016, 14:04   #11
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I'm sure you asked me that same question last time we did this topic!

What kit do you carry on your SIB?
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Old 03 March 2016, 14:15   #12
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I'm sure you asked me that same question last time we did this topic!
Don't mind him - he's been in here a long time.

For Poly, it's deja vu all over again...
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Old 03 March 2016, 14:15   #13
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Max great little set up yours looking at your fuel tank possibly the best tank for a sib IMO which lead me to think a sausage kit bag with Velcro openings for kit wet or dry slung in the same way balancing the boat out, easy to get at leaving plenty of leg room full length of the boat.
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Old 03 March 2016, 15:07   #14
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Don't mind him - he's been in here a long time.

For Poly, it's deja vu all over again...
To be fair I gave pretty much the same answer, we're all like a load of stuck records I guess after so many tears discussing the same old stuff...
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I guess after so many tears discussing the same old stuff...

Aye , we've had our share of tears & tantrums over the years😏
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I wish I was still a 45...
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I wish I was still a 45...

Prolly closer to a 78😄
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Old 03 March 2016, 16:31   #18
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Aye , we've had our share of tears & tantrums over the years��
Crappy modern iPad auto-not-correct.

(actually me hitting wrong key as I refuse to get the glasses I need being rapidly also leaving the '45 in the past..arrrgghhhhhhhhhh)

I still love Vinyl, long live the LP.
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Sorry to put you lot through the pain of repeated questions, I did search for topics before posting - honest guv...

And in order to cease the pain - dry bags ordered, ditching the 'aux engine', next outing should be enough room to lay out a deck lounger and get the drinks cabinet on-board, I'll have me a right proper floating gin palace...
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Old 04 March 2016, 05:35   #20
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>>>Sorry to put you lot through the pain of repeated questions,

It's no problem really. There are only 26 questions pertaining to SIB use and 78 answers to those questions (one right, one wrong and one totally off topic for each).

What would a forum be if we couldn't keep going round that loop?

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