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Old 17 May 2009, 08:06   #11
Country: UK - England
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Originally Posted by kwil View Post
A tad inclement, I used the pale gray not black, attached is a picture of the patches but it does not show the pattern at all well. But i never could use a camera, your welcome to look at it in the flesh sometime.

Nice RIB! You know Keith, you strike me as the kind of guy who would suit a Searider with 2 stroke 115. If you really twisted my arm I would swap

Did Eurocraft stock it? And I'm always up your way so let me know when your next out if you don't mind. Would like to see the stuff fitted.

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Old 17 May 2009, 08:25   #12
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Hi John

I will ignore the first comment

Eurocraft do not normally stock it in the gray which was what I wanted but found some left over from another job. Give them a bell and ask.

Should be out Bank holiday week baring gales and/or horizontal rain.


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