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Old 04 November 2004, 05:58   #11
Country: UK - England
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Boat name: HotShot
Make: shakey
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I was under the impression that the RCD or CE book of words talks about CE stuff for hull and tubes (that all come CE covered anyway) but doesn't mention anything about fitting tubes yourself, therefore it didn't matter? I'm probably wrong though!

Do you have any pics of the 5.2m shakey? In action and on dry land?



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Old 05 November 2004, 04:03   #12
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Originally Posted by timofengland
Unfortunly I didn't win the auction

However, these kits seem quite cheap - even the ones with a proper ready-made GRP hull....
Has been relisted Tim, you have another chance!

Ebay item:4501612463

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Old 05 November 2004, 10:57   #13
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MMM. Im not sure about it now.....Whilst it looks like a nice big RIB for a nice price, I am concerned about some of the points raised here; wooden hull (so no nice gentle sweeping curves). The listing also says its a bit rough around the edges.

Don't somehow think my 1.2l Punto will pull that one out of the water......

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