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Old 02 February 2015, 17:13   #91
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Well if your spent own good money on a rib and new tubes I don't think you would want any num nuts standing all over it with muddy boots and pushing off from your engines with a boat hook
But the again if it's someone else's rib who cares
And as for the cleats I've seen one torn off so you takes your chance

Bye eck lad, calm thissen, tha barna ave a turn.


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Old 02 February 2015, 17:17   #92
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Bye eck lad, calm thissen, tha barna ave a turn.


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Just a bit bored Dave
How's the snow did it dump it down at the weekend
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Old 02 February 2015, 17:21   #93
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Nope no extra snow, but what there is is excellent. Bloody cold though.


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Bloody cold here -2 inside my truck this am
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ideal, should be a tidy outfit :-)

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I'm worried now, that I should have specced it with more cleat handles.
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Well if your spent own good money on a rib and new tubes I don't think you would want any num nuts standing all over it with muddy boots and pushing off from your engines with a boat hook
But the again if it's someone else's rib who cares
And as for the cleats I've seen one torn off so you takes your chance

LOL you muppet. Get your facts straight.

As for cleats, all things can ultimately break, doesn't stop them serving their designed purpose.
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I'm worried now, that I should have specced it with more cleat handles.
lol, i thought the outboard was the toughest decision after buying a new boat. nice to have something else to worry about though aint it :-)

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I'm worried now, that I should have specced it with more cleat handles.
I would have at least 8 on each side Clamchowder cos that will certainly stop what mick is worried about
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just ask them to ditch the tube, the fibreglass and whack an outboard on the back of 500 cleats glued together....perfect :-)

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