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Old 17 November 2005, 06:04   #1
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Is it or is it not

Working away this morning thinking over some of the articles on this forum and this is in no way having a go at anyone but I just wondered at what point a Rib stops being a Rib and just becomes a hard boat with very expensive fenders around it because it seems IMHO that the price some people must pay and the way some of these Ribs are constructed ie. hardnosed fronts because of size of boat and weight of engines they may just as well buy a hard boat such as a Lochin 105 or something of that nature
apologise if this topic has already been covered but it just provoked some thoughts of my own and i am interested to hear other folks opinions as I stated I am not having a go just curious hope it doesnt kill the cat
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As they say on the best yankee forums, "pass me the popcorn!"
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As they say on the best yankee forums, "pass me the popcorn!"
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