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Old 10 June 2012, 16:00   #1
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launching wheels

guys im looking to add a set of launching wheels to my quicksilver airdeck however im a little concerned at how much clearance i will have around the engine one they are tilted up.
i take it people have added them before but which ones would evryone suggest
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Old 10 June 2012, 16:01   #2
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also i notice some straps on the underside of the airdeck and wonder if anyone knows what they are for ??
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Old 10 June 2012, 16:14   #3
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also i notice some straps on the underside of the airdeck and wonder if anyone knows what they are for ??
i have trem ones big wheels on stainless arms

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try turning airdeck over straps are for a tank
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i have trem ones big wheels on stainless arms

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try turning airdeck over straps are for a tank
thanks fella but if you turn the air deck over is it not gonna be difficult to inflate
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On our Tohatsu, there are a couple of cross bracing boards which slide into the straps underneath (before inflating the air deck) to provide additional strength. As far as I can tell, these largely help in pushing the inflatable keel tube down (whilst keeping the deck flat).
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Old 13 June 2012, 06:59   #6
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On our Tohatsu, there are a couple of cross bracing boards which slide into the straps underneath (before inflating the air deck) to provide additional strength. As far as I can tell, these largely help in pushing the inflatable keel tube down (whilst keeping the deck flat).
yeah thats what i thought they would be for, must be an option then as i dont have them.
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