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Old 14 October 2013, 15:03   #1
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hi whats the best way to clean the glass on my console screen
and when would you experienced rib nobs suggest I put air in my tubes

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Old 14 October 2013, 15:07   #2
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I should polish the glass when your reflected image in it looks a little tarnished.

You'll benefit from getting puffed up when you feel somewhat deflated.


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Old 14 October 2013, 16:28   #4
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Originally Posted by mr chopz View Post
I always feel deflated when I read the drivel posted on here
another question I want to fit some stainless rod holders into my tubes whats the best tool for cutting the holes out and shud I glue them in or sikaflex ,
sorry for asking loads of daft questions but I m a new rib knob and don't want to make any mistakes on mi posh rib before I take it out on water in north sea
You might want to lay off the espresso me ol' fruit.
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