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Old 04 August 2006, 06:41   #11
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Thanks for the suggestions - there is a "deflate" option on the footpump provided but i didnt seem to notice any difference!!
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Old 04 August 2006, 06:44   #12
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I've never got any SIB back in it's silly little bag!
If it came out, it's gotta be able to go back in. This is like those threads where folk insist they've no holes in their boat but the under deck space still fills with water.

Suck as much air outta the tubes as you can manage.

Start at the transom and fold in the side tubes towards the centre.

Fold the transom forward onto the tubes being sure to keep the tubes tucked under it.

Fold in the end cones on to the top of the transom and squeeze the remaining air out of them.

Roll the transom forward allowing as much air as possible to escape at each fold of the transom.

When you reach the bow, do not let it go! Put a tie around it if necessary.

Squeeze it into the bag and slot in all the accessories.
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Old 04 August 2006, 07:19   #13
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Agreed - I am usually useless at getting things back into their proper packaging but even I can manage my Quicksilver. I managed to get the whole lot into the back of a Rover 400 saloon - even the 15hp 4 stroke!!!
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Agreed - I am usually useless at getting things back into their proper packaging but even I can manage my Quicksilver. I managed to get the whole lot into the back of a Rover 400 saloon - even the 15hp 4 stroke!!!
Bloody hell Codders- We've got one of those and I had trouble getting a Redcrest and engine in the boot!
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You make it sound easy J- Im going to go for gold on that procedure later!
And I thought i had probs putting the stringers on the floor!
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Bloody hell Codders- We've got one of those and I had trouble getting a Redcrest and engine in the boot!
Ah but the back seats fold down as well.......
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