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Old 07 December 2003, 18:35   #201
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Oh yes that was discussed.
Hes goign to have them coming down from the frame into 2 D-rings in the floor about 50cm infront of the frame. Will be detachable.

He didnt say where the rope will be attached.
Do you know?
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Old 07 December 2003, 18:36   #202
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How long have prosport been trading?

On the Fabric What length guarantee do you get is it 10 years like the Avon
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Don't know, but a long time. They used to be called Prosport ribs LTD. and based in Nuneaton (I think. I was told all this but forgotten)

Dont know about tubes.
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Old 07 December 2003, 18:38   #204
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No idea, but as he's done it before (he says) I'm leaving it upto him. So long as the A Frame remains upright on the rib I'll be happy. The SS cables do need to be detachable to prevent injury moving round the deck. Not sure how the D rings are positioned to prevent creating a triping hazard though.
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Jason is Guernsey 'Born and Bred' so don't know where Nuneaton came into it, were you homesick?
Trading as is for ~2 years.
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Are you just having his little bilge pump on a float switch in the back or are you having something else?
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Old 07 December 2003, 18:42   #207
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Also spec'd twin trunks for faster disposal of water. Don't like relying on electrics alone. Infact will probably never use the pump.

Jason bought the moulds of someone on the mainland. He told me all this as well and as well I can't remember all details. Far more interested in the product.
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There were some moulds for sale last year in exchange and mart
to start a rib company was wondering if these were the moulds
Or does anyone know what happened to them
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Ian were are you based
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Steve, Pro Sport have been trading longer than this so these weren't the moulds. Don't know where they've gone though. Were they leisure rib moulds or racing boats?

Based a long way from you! Phil (I'll make it whatever) Davies is close to you, or at least in the same County. But don't rely on him!
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