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Old 24 June 2009, 18:57   #1
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I would like to attach a bimini to my Apex A-15 RIB. What is the best way to go about this, and does anyone have any pics of a rig that they have. Thanks for the help, I am new to the world of RIBs so any info helps.
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Old 30 June 2009, 04:27   #2
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I am new to RIBing and also to this forum, so any information would be greatly appreciated. I looked through some of the older threads, but didn't really see any information about how to attach a bimini to a RIB. Thank you for any information that you can give.
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They are normally attached via glued patches on the tubes which have a receptacle to attach the bimini.
I think zodiac/avon offer one as an option, have a look at their websites.
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I like my Bimini because I can drive with it as fast as I want.
for some seconds I already tried 40Kn and it worked, normal speed with it is 20-30 KN.

its an original ZAR accessories, but my friend has the same ZAR Bimini mounted on his Falcon 640 also
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Thank you both for the information, I will follow those leads.
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