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Old 07 May 2014, 02:00   #31
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What's I started lol. Boat is a 2009 cougth
that doesn't sound too good Edd, 2009 and in that state
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Old 07 May 2014, 02:05   #32
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Will be cutting huge part off deck out later will post pics. It's shocking, really is,,,,,,,,!

To my knowledge this was rigged by humber from new and has done only 20 hrs, hull and tubes certainly look new
Cables are miles to long causing super stiff control movement due to amount of bends
Placed in the excess cable within the console ,
there is a bolt in the back side of the tank with silicon on it, guess some one used a huge drill bit when fitting the back rests,,, and in turn drilled through the plastimo tank,
Tank not even secured down to deck,,,,,
schoolboy error

Oh and the trailer appears to b under weight for this rig,, also supplied via humber as a package
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Old 07 May 2014, 02:48   #33
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Ouch, sounds sore!
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Will be cutting huge part off deck out later will post pics. It's shocking, really is,,,,,,,,!

To my knowledge this was rigged by humber from new and has done only 20 hrs, hull and tubes certainly look new
Cables are miles to long causing super stiff control movement due to amount of bends
Placed in the excess cable within the console ,
there is a bolt in the back side of the tank with silicon on it, guess some one used a huge drill bit when fitting the back rests,,, and in turn drilled through the plastimo tank,
Tank not even secured down to deck,,,,,
schoolboy error

Oh and the trailer appears to b under weight for this rig,, also supplied via humber as a package

So why hasn't the original owner gone back to them?

I'm curious to hear their view on the process, and would love to see your pics of the deck!

The rest is technically here say as we don't "know" what has happened re fit out or supply unless there is a receipt, however the deck is fundamentally in the build process.


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Changed owners then landed on my door step


They was happy with it,,,,,,,apparently. Guess that is why they used it so much. NOT ! !
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There bad
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Old 07 May 2014, 13:01   #38
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See d shape from bow area And dry clean circle taken from rear. It's got some thing on the rear to protect under deck, but shift all up front
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There's a 10x5 sheet at ass end protected underneath,
sheet used at front is defo bare.
Or it is due to bad fitting of console lots of screws no seal with silicon around the holes, possibly caused it to de laminate through expansion contraction with weather freezing etc,, lots of shite in the hull so very possible. Even spare screws lol
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Ed, glad you have successfully rebooted and you are back on your feet with another quality refurb

Paul, you better not stand anyway near the bow area on your boat as you might fall through the floor
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