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Old 14 May 2014, 17:52   #1
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Anyone bought recently a Humber ocean pro 6.3?

I did, and have some issues i like to chat about (and check some things) with somebody who bought also a OP6.3 in the last 6 months...

Before you are going to ask: Why just one-on-one?
I just like to check this first, if it is only me (and my new boat) and/or does others have the same experiance as I have...

When it's not only me (or my boat) I will post it as info for all..
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Old 14 May 2014, 18:00   #2
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Whats up with it? I had a 5.3 ocean pro once
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Old 15 May 2014, 01:50   #3
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I did, and have some issues i like to chat about (and check some things) with somebody who bought also a OP6.3 in the last 6 months...

Before you are going to ask: Why just one-on-one?
I just like to check this first, if it is only me (and my new boat) and/or does others have the same experiance as I have...

When it's not only me (or my boat) I will post it as info for all..

oh dear,,, its really causing a riff raff this one,

pm me your number,, can not send private message to you for some reason,
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Old 15 May 2014, 04:53   #4
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@ Nugent: What is riff raff? Don't understand, sorry.
My direct mailaddress is my username with "info@" in front and ".nl" behind it.

Please only react if you have personall experience with a recent OP6.3
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Old 16 May 2014, 03:21   #8
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OK,

I like to know the measure from inside transom till bowlocker...(please tell me than the buildyear of the boat).
Is it 402cm or 430cm?

Furthermore I want to know if the transom-tube connection at port side is finished like mine.
See the clear difference between starboardside and portside.

Because of the dent in the connection rim (don't know exactly how it's called in english) a have a water leakage while the hypalon has loosen there. Also the "end" finishing is realy not slick, and I think this will be goen a problem in the future because there are corners where the hypalon is bent over.
It should be as at starboard side, is my opinion.

Comment till so far: find the leaking spot and put some gleu in it, and we can't see your point from the pictures..

At the 2nd of June the boat is going back to the importer...
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Old 16 May 2014, 08:32   #9
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hi i baught a ocenpro 6.3 2 years ago now
how can i help you
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Old 16 May 2014, 08:38   #10
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Hi Gilles, see my post of today of 7.21....
Also: does your boat has towing U-bolts? This, because it should standard on the boat but they are not on mine...
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