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Old 25 August 2009, 13:02   #11
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The seller does not possess the documents of the RIB
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Old 25 August 2009, 13:04   #12
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I'd chalk that down as a bad one and keep an eye for another.
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Old 25 August 2009, 13:49   #13
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What documents do you need?
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Old 25 August 2009, 15:57   #14
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The certificate of homologation with the dercription and the characteristics . The copy of the certificate of the same kind RIB will be enough.
The problem is that in Italy there aren't RIBs like that and is very difficoult to me to see another similar rib :-( .... I love UK RIBs
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what do you think about the caps ?
I saw that on the original models the hole is not plugged.
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That's the rear hole for the flooding hull. The last owner of my RIB had tried to use a hatch like that and I soon found it let water in at a very fast rate.
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I'm afraid that the cap is concealed from internal problems.
you think is possible?
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I'm afraid that the cap is concealed from internal problems.
you think is possible?
Not sure what you mean?
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I think he means is it covering something dodgy up. I doubt it as - as has been said thats the flooding hull exit. If it leaks just rip it off and see how you find the flooding hull.
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The little plug on the left is just a deck drain.
Water inside the hull won't do it any harm.
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