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Old 07 May 2011, 05:44   #71
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Old 07 May 2011, 05:46   #72
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Do you go for the full camo outfit, gripping hands and realistic hair when out in this rig?
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Old 07 May 2011, 05:48   #73
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Do you go for the full camo outfit, gripping hands and realistic hair when out in this rig?
And the eagle eyes
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Where did you get the fuel bladders from ?
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Old 08 May 2011, 11:36   #75
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Where did you get the fuel bladders from ?
Avon-workboats.com they're actually Zodiac branded but Zodiac milpro don't show the same ones on their site. I believe they're made for the Royal Navy.
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Avon-workboats.com they're actually Zodiac branded but Zodiac milpro don't show the same ones on their site. I believe they're made for the Royal Navy.
I thought you got them from Black Dog Marine!!
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Same ones I've got.

It's worth emptying them after you put it away.Mine are permanently slightly oily.
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Old 10 May 2011, 16:12   #78
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I thought you got them from Black Dog Marine!!
My mistake, I do apologize!

Just been out in the zodiac for the first time, got an hour or two on the motor. Great evening for it and brilliant fun!
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Same ones I've got.

It's worth emptying them after you put it away.Mine are permanently slightly oily.
Do you mean the fuel bleeds through the material over time?
Thanks for the tip tho
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Is that none slip matting on the deck martini, if so where did you get it from ??
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