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Old 29 June 2007, 17:39   #11
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viagra down ya neck, get yerself a reel of gaffer tape and a torch
tried that as suggested but found light was now far too high! also not sure how many tablets I need to take for an advanced course-or whether I would have lost interest in going boating by then anyway for some reason or other that I can't quite remember .
Al -"Economy" pole light has a straight light fitting at the top instead of the cranked one- perhaps it may stay upright better than one where the pole is angled back to make the cranked bit horizontal . -I really didnt want to say that did I - someone will find something to say about the last sentence wot i wrote and doubtless it will revolve around certain medications, about which some folk seem to know far too much!

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Old 30 June 2007, 10:58   #12
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I also saw a pole light that had a collar with a bayonet type socket in it (so complete pole could be removed). I think it was intended for deck mounting as it looked like it needed maybe a 30mm hole to mount it. Possibly not ideal for A-Frame mouting but could be a possibility. It looked fairly sturdy. Haven't been able to find it online yet - I saw it in a chandlers.

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Old 02 July 2007, 02:44   #13
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