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Old 19 March 2009, 13:44   #1
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Foam filled jet RIB in Portmouth?

Does anyone know if the Jetdrive RIB that used to be in the dry stack is still there?

I am trying to find one for a customer and the last I heard this one was not being too heavily used.
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Old 19 March 2009, 15:33   #2
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Does anyone know if the Jetdrive RIB that used to be in the dry stack is still there?

I am trying to find one for a customer and the last I heard this one was not being too heavily used.
What size do you need and what use - I have one!
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6m or there abouts, it does not need to be pretty.

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6m or there abouts, it does not need to be pretty.

That's handy - I have a 6m with a 120 Mercruiser diesel in it - sips fuel and in the middle of a refit, so you can specify seating arrangement, console and everything!

Email me at cookee@bananasharkracing.com and I'll send you some photos from my work computer tomorrow.
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Does anyone know if the Jetdrive RIB that used to be in the dry stack is still there?

I am trying to find one for a customer and the last I heard this one was not being too heavily used.
Orange with Blue worn bits?

Saw it there this evening

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Orange with Blue worn bits?
That is the one
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If you want a new one I can put you in touch with the guy who supplied Cowes Harbour Masters Jet Rib, builds them in different sizes.
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If you want a new one I can put you in touch with the guy who supplied Cowes Harbour Masters Jet Rib, builds them in different sizes.
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Thanks Tim, I suspect new is going to be out of the customer's budget but the more info the better. Cheers.
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Bit of a thread hijack but we've just been asked to supply a new coded foam filled collar rib around 6m with twin 60's to a friend in the (very) big boat business. Any ideas on who is good at foamed ribs around that size? Not something I have sourced before.
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Old 21 March 2009, 20:25   #10
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Martin, I know who the owner of that orange/blue jet thing in Portsmouth is so let me know if you need any help.
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