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Old 06 May 2014, 14:07   #1
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Just ripped console out of an ocean pro fairly new too,, been stood a while but feck me,,,



The floors spongy as feck,,, drilled 100mm hole well tried my best kept holding the bit as its so wet,, nothing under Neath the ply at all, no primer no glass just bare wood,

Well shocked to be fare,, and who ever rigged it wants shooting big time,,,
Huge kinks in hydro pipes, control cables are 2.5 mtrs longer than required. Totally shocking. The whole thing,,,,
Undone screws on seating and it simply lifted off,,, cheapo silicon for sure,, last one I did took me for ever to separate console from the deck,,,
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Old 06 May 2014, 14:10   #2
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Just ripped console out of an ocean pro fairly new too,, been stood a while but feck me,,,



The floors spongy as feck,,, drilled 100mm hole well tried my best kept holding the bit as its so wet,, nothing under Neath the ply at all, no primer no glass just bare wood,

Well shocked to be fare,, and who ever rigged it wants shooting big time,,,
Huge kinks in hydro pipes, control cables are 2.5 mtrs longer than required. Totally shocking. The whole thing,,,,
Undone screws on seating and it simply lifted off,,, cheapo silicon for sure,, last one I did took me for ever to separate console from the deck,,,
I thought you were supposed to be putting your feet up
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Ouch! Could it be a home completion? What year is it?
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Old 06 May 2014, 14:38   #5
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nothing under Neath the ply at all, no primer no glass just bare wood,
Nothing to do with home completion Nos. that's how they are as I found out, I could not believe the consol's were screwed down with self tappers and as I found out. clear Silicone sealer. Check out the quality in this little gem.

Nugent. if anyone can make it good you the man!!
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He Loves it. and he is bloody good at it as well. anyway hows the SR going?
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Sorry guys I had a scare, shook me up lots, and I was on brink of a huge career change , pressure fecked me up, also an up coming Opp was causing me big issues mentally more than any thing else,,,, but I is here and feeling pretty good to be fare,


Back to norm. Was scaring my self as you do,,,,,,,
My pac 22 is on route to henshaws sat am for completion,, and decided to stay put in my job,, after all only got 4 yrs left in my original plan,,, 55 is my chill out date,,,,

Thanks for various offers of help, all well duly noted ,,,,,,
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Ouch! Could it be a home completion? What year is it?
Done les than 20hrs according to laptop,,, even engine is fitted central and way to low , got o be home completion job,,,,,but hulls a joke pure bad practice,I primer and laminate both sides of my floors,,,

This old humber I did last year was cut and tank sunk into deck,,it was bone dry and laminated under the deck no rot any place

So to me that is penny pinching 12 yrs on there not sealing the ply, but they cost more lots feckin more
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