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Old 01 May 2014, 03:14   #11
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And is there a decent rubbing strake on the bottom of the V or just the usual Zodiac flat thin strip?

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Anyone help on the above please?

And (for one-off collection purposes only) will the folded 380 and a 15 hp (+ wheels/25 litre tank etc) go in the back of a Series 1?!
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Old 01 May 2014, 03:37   #12
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Max I reckon you'll need to fold the seats (or not have more than 1 small rear seat passenger assuming split fold so you can fold the widest seat back down). The 380 packed as new is given as 115cm on its longest dimension in that info I have which sounds right as my 3.6 Fastroller when new packed to 120cm.

We always managed to get it back down to just under the 120cm as our Citroen C5 estate of the time measured 110cm... so we squashed it in widthways but it was so tight it did push the boot side panels out of place over time.

I'm sure your 1 series will be a bit narrower than that.... you might just get it in widthways with practice packing but a bit of a stress to rely on it when collecting from a seller.

The buyer of my Mariner had a 1 series and the outboard looked too wide to go in widthways so he folded a seat... we didn't actually try to force it in though.

We collect our new to us small Avon this weekend and I'm only taking our not over capacious Alfa 156 saloon and I reckon the main boat pack wont fit in the boot but we have the back seat free in case.
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Old 01 May 2014, 05:58   #13
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Yep, should be OK with all seats folded down.

I found a handy original 2008 Bombard brochure here:

http://bombard.ru/catalogs/bombard_2008.pdf

I checked specs for various SIB's I have/had or have details on and will post here if of interest to others. These are actual measured sizes or from manufacturers specs*:

Zodica Fastroller 340 airdeck:

weight 29kg* (seems dubious)
internal length 218cm
internal beam 78cm
tube diameter* 43cm

Honwave 320 airdeck:

weight* 37kg
internal length* 229cm
internal beam* 67cm
tube diameter* 43cm

Bombard Aerotec 380 airdeck:

weight* 43kg
internal length* 250cm
internal beam* 74cm
tube diameter* 45cm

Suzumar 360 solid deck:

weight 68kg*
internal length 243cm
internal beam 80cm
tube diameter* 45cm

Yamaha 380 solid deck:

weight* 75kg
internal length 267cm
internal beam 80cm
tube diameter* 45cm
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Anyone help on the above please?

And (for one-off collection purposes only) will the folded 380 and a 15 hp (+ wheels/25 litre tank etc) go in the back of a Series 1?!
All that stuff in you case you can store in the bow bag no problem
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Put mine up on the roof single handed many a time, lived on the roof for a weeks holiday in Jersey years ago!

All fits in the back of the wife's Golf too
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Cheers Nick, as might be guessed from Phoenix Pete's Bombard sales topic - I'm in the club!

Pick up tomorrow. 300 + miles E-W round trip along the south coast bank holiday weekend - argghh...
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Now to put this lot together...

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