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Old 11 June 2007, 12:40   #1
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I am about to tube an Orange Hull. The Colour i have used is the BS831c 592 and is not a good colour match for the Hyplalon Sylvano Orange. So i am undecided between black or grey.

I have seen plenty with Grey/Orange. Does anyone on here have Black/Orange.

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Saw a black tubed ribcraft with an orange hull on Saturday and it looked quite good.

Bet it was a bit too hot to sit on the tubes though.
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I am about to tube an Orange Hull. The Colour i have used is the BS831c 592 and is not a good colour match for the Hyplalon Sylvano Orange. So i am undecided between black or grey.

I have seen plenty with Grey/Orange. Does anyone on here have Black/Orange.

Piccies Please

I have searched....
I have seen a Goldfish Rib with a Black Tube, however it was a Fabric Impression, it was in the ORCA colour swatch book as being Hypalon, I ran my hands over it on the weekend as I was curious to see how hot it felt and it wasn'n't the tubes were firm but it looked stunning. However it is not in the new Orca range of cols, but I might be proved wrong as I could be tempted to do my new rib in it if I can locate it.
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Have a look on RIBCRAFT's site, look up 4.8, then gallery, Orange 4.8, Orange tubes & Hull with Gray rubbing strip.....look's good
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Sorry did'nt read your post properly , but if you have a look on RIBCRAFT'S site (gallery) anyway there is about every colour combo you can think of
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Humber's website has a tool where you can play around with different colour combos.
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I have seen a Goldfish Rib with a Black Tube, however it was a Fabric Impression, it was in the ORCA colour swatch book as being Hypalon, I ran my hands over it on the weekend as I was curious to see how hot it felt and it wasn'n't the tubes were firm but it looked stunning. However it is not in the new Orca range of cols, but I might be proved wrong as I could be tempted to do my new rib in it if I can locate it.
The Goldfish tubes are manufactured by us and are made in either Military Grey, Dark Blue or Black Hypalon with a matt fabric impression finish. We also do the same fabric in Orange but only in the 1500gsm weight.
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Thanks for the replies.

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The Goldfish tubes are manufactured by us and are made in either Military Grey, Dark Blue or Black Hypalon with a matt fabric impression finish. We also do the same fabric in Orange but only in the 1500gsm weight.
Oh dear I literally just watched an old Top Gear repeat about 15mins ago - I am sure it featured a Goldfish RIB - they seemed to have had a bit of a problem - surely not one of yours or can it happen anyway???
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