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Old 16 March 2004, 15:15   #1
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flare holders

When you keep your flares in the yellow water tight bottles
Can you buy a bracket that holds the bottle or do you have to get them made?
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Old 16 March 2004, 16:12   #2
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Either option is available. A number of rib manufacturers have them as an option so you could approach them. http://www.ribcraft.co.uk/Options/A%20frames.htm
as an example.
Failing that most SS fabricators will be able to make a suitable fitting.
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We keep them in lockers in smaller watertight containers (the big Pains Wessex bottles/boxes are huge and difficult to stow).

It's the large version here: http://www.compass24.com/cgi-bin/abn...=961030-961040

which will stow easily. You need 2 to stow a coastal flare pack.
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