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Old 31 August 2012, 18:08   #21
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Neigh neigh, it's a horses nose bag.
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Old 31 August 2012, 18:29   #22
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Neigh neigh, it's a horses nose bag.
It might also fit the other end.
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Old 31 August 2012, 18:31   #23
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[QUOTE=actions;484645]Having a clear out of garage to make room and found this in my zodiac bag.

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I've looked through my manual and found nothing that gives a clue.QUOTE]

Have you tried fitting it to the wife ?
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That's part of the emergency kit...
If your stranded on a island and can't stand Sushi, you use that to carry twigs and moss back to the the lean to for a fire.

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Old 01 September 2012, 13:01   #25
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Have you tried fitting it to the wife ?
I'd need several more

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That's part of the emergency kit...
If your stranded on a island and can't stand Sushi, you use that to carry twigs and moss back to the the lean to for a fire.
I started to read that and thought this bloke sounding like he knows something here. Then i read the rest.
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Working on the basis that the moment you throw something away it's not long before you discover you need it - I would throw it away, then it's purpose will surely become apparent!
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Old 02 September 2012, 14:11   #27
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Been there and done that many times. We have been renovating our house over the last few years and had loads of bits stored in the garage. I decided last year to have a clear out of things that were just gathering dust and sure enough a few months later i could have used them. Doh.

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Old 09 September 2012, 16:06   #28
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could be that is to use it some how with the fuel tank. Do you have internal or external tank?
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Old 09 September 2012, 18:11   #29
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could be that is to use it some how with the fuel tank. Do you have internal or external tank?
My SIB came with a square piece of PVC that sat under the fuel tank. It has 2 holes that the fuel tank strap slides through so I had a better clue.
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Looks like a 'Parbuckling' sheet? Stand on one end of straps, pass underneath casualty in the water & haul on other ends to recover person into the boat? Or maybe I'm totally wrong? LOL
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