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Old 31 August 2012, 09:17   #11
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It is a keel protector, you slide it under the boat and hold it in the right spot for where it comes to rest with the straps.

Possibly.
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Old 31 August 2012, 09:21   #12
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hhhmmm, im thinking thats the best idea yet. Although i must be doing something right as the keel / hull doesnt have a single mark on it.
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Old 31 August 2012, 12:47   #13
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Emergency swimming costume?
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Old 31 August 2012, 12:49   #14
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is it a very light weight carry bag or retaining strap for rolling it up?

Failing that, is it fatty Patty's thong?
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to puul boat together before goes in the bag ?
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pull together !
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Don't know but somehow I've got one too and I use it to cover the trailer hitch when it's in storage
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Old 31 August 2012, 14:06   #18
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is it a very light weight carry bag or retaining strap for rolling it up?

Failing that, is it fatty Patty's thong?
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to puul boat together before goes in the bag ?

Quite possibly you could be right and its a wrap around protector for the tubes because of course they can detach completley from the actual hull on the Zodiac's.
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Could it be for securing over the tubes to stop chafing from a rope or chain?
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to puul boat together before goes in the bag ?
10 out of 10 I had 1 it's for when you roll your sib up to make it more compact.
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