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Old 24 October 2013, 07:14   #1
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Double A Frame

What are the pros and cons of a double a frame over a single?


Less likley to fracture if using polyboxes


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Old 24 October 2013, 08:26   #2
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There good for Perry buoys too, you can buy mine if you like, it comes with free RIB-Outboard-trailer+extra's. 6.5k
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Old 24 October 2013, 14:58   #3
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i think youve got the pros and cons pretty much covered there. a double frame has a better visual appeal too in my opinion.
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