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Old 21 July 2013, 04:39   #11
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You can just see the stuck on patches to the inside of the boat.


They're there as the hypalon is down to the webbing.

Before the "incident" though they were air-tight
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Old 21 July 2013, 04:42   #12
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Get it checked over else you could end up just fighting fires and every time you fix one area another one goes, I had that with my original RIB.
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Old 21 July 2013, 04:55   #13
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You can just see the stuck on patches to the inside of the boat.


They're there as the hypalon is down to the webbing.

Before the "incident" though they were air-tight
It's repairable, the rest of the collar is not suddenly going to fall apart or turn into triggers broom because you repair one seam.
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Old 21 July 2013, 05:44   #14
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The boats in Menai. We're in the Midlands but ill happily tow anywhere
The Midlands are a bit devoid of tube makers! Off the top of my head your options are: Head north (SIT or Eurocraft - are both around Preston), or Humber are obviously on the East coast. Or head south - RIB shop (Southampton), or South west (Henshaws (Christopher here), Tidel (Paul Tilley here), Ribraff) are all in Devon*

RIBstore may be able to help, and there are some small / mobile repairers etc - but if the boat is in N. Wales I would have thought one of the Preston places would be simplest. Unfortunately I don't think either are RIBnet trade members or post regularly on here.


* note the SW mafia may be about to get upset and some of these may be in other SW counties - but for a guy from Scotland they are all Devon or near as damn it!
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What's the rest of the boat like? If you start looking at new tubes you are talking Łthousands, a repair will be a couple of hundred. No point chucking Łks at it if the hull is tired. It's starting to look like a project if you're not careful.
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