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Old 29 August 2012, 03:08   #11
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In favour of what happening?

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Old 29 August 2012, 05:04   #12
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a new range of ribs by a global player and this is a guess but i would expect them to be the smaller ones i.e. no more than 7-8 meters.

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Old 27 September 2014, 04:45   #13
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Originally Posted by andreworiordan View Post
Hi there, I'm going to look at a 4mtr Honda honwave tomorrow, how can I tell the year of the boat, will it be in the serial number or does it simply say it on the plate, it looks in good condition and have been told it was professional repaired in two places on the bow and is holding air 100% is there anything I should look out for with honda's? I of course will be bringing my soapy water and sponge! Will be nice to have a sib again!! All going well of course...
Hi all

Check the floor for cracks where the stringers join.

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