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Old 28 February 2006, 13:54   #1
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Interesting storage idea....

Interesting storage idea: one of those road salt storage boxes bolted to the top of the A-frame
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Old 28 February 2006, 14:22   #2
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Might make things a little top heavy!
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Old 28 February 2006, 14:32   #3
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Yeah!You could power and refrigerate it and have a cold beer store like a Yank hard boat
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Looks like the local students are getting bored of road cones
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Are they trying to to use it as a self righting device for if it goes over ?

If it's just empty space would it be enough to right the boat
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It's a storage box rather than self righting one. Good idea though; cheap self righting bag - just attach a big plastic barel or something.
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Somebody hit it with the Ugly stick I think.

Is that Red paint or Blood?

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Also appears to have been moored in area that dries, you'd think they'd have checked the chart.
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Tim, promise us you haven't bought it
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God no - it's hidious. However, it can be yours, complete with road salt storage box and tubes with two slashes for 1200 on boatandoutboards......
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