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Old 14 January 2013, 16:29   #11
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Do you recon that they would fit a 10hp 4-stroke or just 2-stroke?
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Old 14 January 2013, 17:05   #12
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Do you recon that they would fit a 10hp 4-stroke or just 2-stroke?
It looks pretty big to me. It's useful looks to be around 40x30x105 cm

I've attached a couple of piccies (or to be more precise I've tried to attach a few) with an inchtape set at 1m alongside. It may give you a better idea. It's more of a big bag than a cover.

Peter.
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Old 15 January 2013, 07:58   #13
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It looks pretty big to me. It's useful looks to be around 40x30x105 cm
Thanks for that but those dimensions (40cm) wouldn't even accommodate the cowl of my 9.9. Looks about 61cm in the pictures by proportions.

I need 62cm when the tiller is folded down, ie as per image. Too close a call for my liking.

On the image, the vertical measurement is approx 105cm and the horizontal approx 62cm. Do you think the bag will be too small for this engine? The ad recons that it will fit engines up to 46" (115cm) tall.
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Old 15 January 2013, 11:16   #14
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Hi
I think you maybe looking at the old website (covers and bags we have instructed the person who holds the domain to remove this link....obviously this has not been done).The new website is Ducks Back | Protective Outdoor Products | Boat Covers UK, however, the boat covers are not available yet, it will be a few weeks before they arrive from the supplier. As soon as they arrive we will list them up in the webshop.
Regards, Julie
On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 12:03 PM, <flexface@googlemail.com> wrote:
Looking to purchase another rib cover, size 5
Struggling to navigate your site plus it's got a dead phone number advertised on there,
I have purchased in the. Past last year and year before,
Can you confirm these are still available as well as advise price,
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