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Old 03 August 2014, 11:46   #61
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Doh. You've just revealed your lack of manning. Jeepster and co will be along in a shot to troll ur board knowing ur weakness...
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Old 03 August 2014, 12:20   #62
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Don't worry, I'm still keeping an eye on things.
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Old 06 August 2014, 03:28   #63
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Just a quick update. Picked up my outboard from batting yesterday and again what a really nice guy spent quite a while with me explaining how it works showing it working making sure I was 100℅ happy and even emailed me instructions for later use top bloke. Thankyou
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Old 06 August 2014, 03:31   #64
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Just a quick update. Picked up my outboard from batting yesterday and again what a really nice guy spent quite a while with me explaining how it works showing it working making sure I was 100℅ happy and even emailed me instructions for later use top bloke. Thankyou
All I need now is life jackets unless anyone can think of anything I forgot. All I have is boat and engine.
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Old 06 August 2014, 04:30   #65
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Just a quick update. Picked up my outboard from batting yesterday and again what a really nice guy spent quite a while with me explaining how it works showing it working making sure I was 100℅ happy and even emailed me instructions for later use top bloke. Thankyou
Bartiny Jon , but thanks very much, any problems just get in touch
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Old 06 August 2014, 04:33   #66
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All I need now is life jackets unless anyone can think of anything I forgot. All I have is boat and engine.
For starters, Anchor + warp, Spare fuel.
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Old 06 August 2014, 04:36   #67
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Will I need a anchor for inland waterways?
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Old 06 August 2014, 04:54   #68
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Would be a good idea - you don't want to get washed over a wier if the engine decides to stop playing.
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Old 06 August 2014, 05:03   #69
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Will I need a anchor for inland waterways?
Someone will always come up with a scenario where you would need one, so I have one in my garage that you can have FOC I will give it to ROB if he goes ahead with what we disscussed yesterday

1 of these is handy to go with it, and would be handy if you ever needed a tow.

40FT OF NEW 8MM ROPE ANCHOR BOAT MOORING WITH SNAP HOOK & SHACKLE | eBay

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