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Old 15 May 2009, 15:00   #1
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Hypalon suppliers

I'm after some Hypalon in black to cut 6 sections out to act as wear patches on top of the tubes. Putting 3 each side.
It's pishing down outside so no exact size yet.
Can any of the trade members give me a price per meter/feet please? I've had a quick look on your websites but can't find a price for just the material.

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Old 15 May 2009, 15:11   #2
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Its an Avon, it has HD tubes, polish it if you must, otherwise leave it alone

http://www.polymarine.com/

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Old 15 May 2009, 15:21   #3
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Its an Avon, it has HD tubes, polish it if you must, otherwise leave it alone

http://www.polymarine.com/

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With it about to live on a mooring again the tubes will get walked on allot when getting on and off. So thought it best to add a bit of protection.
Once found a RIB on the net that had what look like treadmaster glued on for the same. Have you ever heard of treadmaster being used? Or is there a similar product that looks like it?

Polymarine really need to sort there search engine out.

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Parker put something similar to treadmaster on their tubes for wear patches. I'm sure Andre will be able to tell us what it is.
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Hi JSP

Treadmaster works really well. Both are on our website, if you can't find it just pop me a message and I will post a link.
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Treadmaster works really well. Both are on our website, if you can't find it just pop me a message and I will post a link.
Found the treadmaster, thanks RS.
Think I'm going to use treadmaster as wear patches. Trying to get onto a RIB with wet tubes, stepping down from a pontoon can be a ball-ache. Literally.
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I can vouch for the Treadmaster. Redbay use it (or something very similar) for all their "wear patches". It withstands the test of time well and is obviously non-slip.
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Hi John

You mean this stuff http://www.henshaw.co.uk/productpopup.cfm?id=73
Its quite expensive, I got some at Eurocraft in Leyland, they had some left over from a job so it was much cheaper.

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You mean this stuff http://www.henshaw.co.uk/productpopup.cfm?id=73
Its quite expensive, I got some at Eurocraft in Leyland, they had some left over from a job so it was much cheaper.

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Hi Keith, wet and windy in Blackpool isn't it?

The stuff I's seen had the chequer plate effect much like treadmaster. That stuff's worth a look though, cheers
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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.

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