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Old 09 February 2014, 09:01   #11
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there are so many holder avail, it depends on where you want them mounted.. will post some pics, for a seat mounted and a frame such as yours. I get them from Boatworld in Sheffield..
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Old 09 February 2014, 09:12   #12
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there are so many holder avail, it depends on where you want them mounted.. will post some pics, for a seat mounted and a frame such as yours
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Thanks for that presumably the holders in the photo are universal I.e could fit on the thinner chrome of the jockey seat or the fatter A frame . Where do you guys buy them from ? Because of my location I think it will have to be on line
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for 2 inch frame it was boat work as above and for the smaller ones it was.. hang n will find it
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for 2 inch frame it was boat work as above and for the smaller ones it was.. hang n will find it
Think I have found one suitable for 1" tube
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When we last went to jura I bought some lobster off Ronald. McDonald !! Don't think they were winding the English tourist up !!
Ronald McDonald in Craighouse? Nah, he exists and an excellent bloke he is too! He played a pivotal role in my Evacuation of Jura in the aftermath of the Great Imploding Leg Disaster of 2011.

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Ronald McDonald in Craighouse? Nah, he exists and an excellent bloke he is too! He played a pivotal role in my Evacuation of Jura in the aftermath of the Great Imploding Leg Disaster of 2011.
He seemed a right enough bloke , he has a fund raising seafood meal once a year in aid of cancer research if I remember right . We were heading home on the day of it it but a few boats went out the day before fishing for the meal and I went with them . Great day . What happened to your leg or am I best not knowing
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He seemed a right enough bloke , he has a fund raising seafood meal once a year in aid of cancer research if I remember right . We were heading home on the day of it it but a few boats went out the day before fishing for the meal and I went with them . Great day . What happened to your leg or am I best not knowing


For God's sake don't get him started!!

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Sorry don't know many of you .
What was it a graze
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What was it a graze
More of a close shave! I was hopping!
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Made mine from a couple of lengths of 2" stainless pipe and attached with a stainless pipe clamp.

I've attached to the a frame but do have a bungy on the bottom of the rod to ensure they stay where I want them.

I'll get some pics next time I'm up there.
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