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Old 27 September 2016, 15:33   #31
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I've attached a picture of a Delta RIB that was down at Southampton Dry Stack recently.

It isn't that good a picture because I was more interested in the seat than the attachment.

The rails are surface rails, for example in the link below.

https://unwinsafety.com/shop/rail-pr...face-rail.html

There were four rails fastened at 300mm centres and the seats have seat fixtures built in to them.

It does give a very flexible system.
that's it or similar good system
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This is great. Lots to think about.
Mick - that's a really neat install. I'd imagine that would have been really difficult to line up before plunging self tappers in to the deck!

Guy C - Another good set up. Thanks for posting the pic.

Plenty to think about before deciding which way to go
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