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Old 27 June 2013, 05:10   #11
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Launching wheelset

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I have exactly what you are looking for!
Check out my AD in 'classifieds'...'bits and pieces'...'launching wheelset'
....PM me for more details and pictures
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Old 27 June 2013, 05:23   #12
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They must be Honda launching wheels as stated earlier in thread, thanks anyway dude.
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Old 27 June 2013, 06:00   #13
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Hi here are a few pictures of the launch trolley I used with my Honwave 3.8
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One more issue....insurance...I have had a quote for insurance and it came to roughly 90quid third party for the year, I only need it to use slipway and for the day so im planning to cancel it after and they said that would just charge me small admin fee plus the amount of days I had the policy. Has anyone else done this or know an easier option I.e day insurance? As I dont need it on the Avon and its only this once or possibly twice I will visit the coast during the sunmer.
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I have just insured my new 3.8m with the 25hp from craftinsure.com for just under 50... and for that amount you may as well let it run even after your trip out. Just in case you ever mess someone up with the prop or even hit another boat. Plus it builds up your no claims bonus for the next outing
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Old 03 July 2013, 08:16   #16
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I have just insured my new 3.8m with the 25hp from craftinsure.com for just under 50... and for that amount you may as well let it run even after your trip out. Just in case you ever mess someone up with the prop or even hit another boat. Plus it builds up your no claims bonus for the next outing
+1 . use same for my 3.8 & 25hp - they are a good home to insure small things

And if the worst happened or it got nicked its a lot of peace of mind too.
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Old 03 July 2013, 08:59   #17
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My policy has just expired with 'bluefin'
3.8 Aerotec/15hp............42 for the past year
peanuts for reassurance
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Old 03 July 2013, 09:21   #18
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Same as above, I think 'Craftinsure' has always been the favoured SIB brokers on here - just renewed mine (3.4m Twat 9.8) at 42.
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Hi James and welcome. Have you ever thought about launching from Lyme? Sheltered harbour and wide, shallow slipway makes it easy ( when the tide is in) and you can park at the top of the slip while inflating/assembling the lauching trolley. Pm if you want more info...
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Wow brilliant I shall be calling them up first thing tomorrow! Well im staying at highlands end campsite, just wanted a beach close to that our girlfriends can chill out on whilst we go out to have a bit of fun and enjoy this glorious sun were due! I think I have been to Lyme Regis, how much further is it?
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