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Old 15 January 2004, 19:31   #111
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Paul, I have bought them for my business over the years straight from the mod or mod surplus contractors. Indeed they have a p22 , an arctc 22 and some searider 5.4s for sale today...... they are all quite shagged though!
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Old 16 January 2004, 03:40   #112
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Paul, if your interested mine could be for sale as long as the price is right! If youd like a look or demo, just let me know.

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Old 16 January 2004, 03:40   #113
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Paul if you are after a project

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...tem=2453199924

They have an engine and stern drive as well.

Seb, stop worrying about that boat and just use it. Remember they are big solid boats that will bring you home through the worst conditions and best of all they run on that magical red stuff.


My only concern is the number that are being exported

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Old 16 January 2004, 03:46   #114
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Paul,
Have at look at Babcock Disposals , they are one of the agent for MoD disposals.
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Old 16 January 2004, 09:41   #115
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Nev, did you know there seems to be a tappered shaft option for stern power? wonder if this is the Michigan prop option ?

http://www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk/view/F25778

http://www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk/view/F25780

There is a B&W gearbox and upper stern drive as well if your interested.

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Old 16 January 2004, 13:27   #116
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Thanks for all the info, still doing the home work at present.
Have seen babcocks lot, they dont stay long there and you have to be quick. Seen the one on ebay its also on boats and outboards.As soon as we have the funds (sea cadets) will go shopping. Just for info the reason behind a pac22 is that the sea cadets are restricted to 75hp outboards on ribs,but not restricted on inboards and we are after a large rib that will take some stick and i know that the pac22 will do that
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Looking at all the photos, you have done a magic job with that consul.
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Old 16 January 2004, 15:50   #118
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Paul, thank you. As I said at the time it was a thankless task in the depths of winter which really tested determination. However if you wanted to do something similar then you have an "army" at your disposal for all the work.

Good choice of boat for the Sea Cadets. Halmatic rate the boat for 15 pers and the surveyor passed mine with a stability test for nine people in it. Thankfully its that red stuff to make it go and its all simple mechnical stuff which makes for DIY servicing.

Good luck with your shopping trip.

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Old 29 August 2004, 18:08   #119
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Ring the changes

Pete,


I was just wondering whether you had any thoughts about the console now that it's well settled in.

(e.g. would you do anything differently if tackling it again?)

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Rubbish you brought this thread up just to take the heat off your "holiday thread"

However to anwser your question, 18 months on, no its an ideal size to hold all the bits, 4 batteries, fridge/freezer (I joke not) etc. Think Tue will find the same with his new console. Windscreen to follow this winter after a week up in Oban looking at Puffin Divers ribs, (big 11m Redbays with huge console, screen and soft cover for the driver brilliant even at the expense of room for the divers).

Would I do anything differently, yes the wiring, each wire was labelled with sticky labels but they all fell off causing lots of grief as the wiring is all HD grey stuff. Chris and the FGT have shown now how it should be done, not how most of the builders do it unfortunately would I do it again, well wonder what a P22 would look like with a cabin ?

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