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Old 25 April 2006, 06:51   #161
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no sorry.......need to keep the advitising going...
I think that the advertising is the only 'plug' in existance
Couldn't resist!
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Old 25 April 2006, 06:55   #162
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I think that the advertising is the only 'plug' in existance
Couldn't resist!
nice...

by the way you need a plug to make a mould, as we have a few moulds around there must have been a plug of some discription....
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Old 25 April 2006, 07:06   #163
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you need a plug to make a mould, as we have a few moulds around there must have been a plug of some discription....
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Old 25 April 2006, 07:13   #164
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no sorry.
Oh. That's disappointing. Could I have a look if I came to your workshop?

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we have had a plug made for the 6.3 and a differant plug made for the 7.3 and 8.3. so we have had two plugs made so fare. we have a differant plug being made for the 9.3 and talks for a bigger plug that might happen.
That sounds like someone else is making the plugs for you... who do you use?
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Old 25 April 2006, 07:52   #165
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Oh. That's disappointing. Could I have a look if I came to your workshop?

That sounds like someone else is making the plugs for you... who do you use?
sorry the plugs dont last. as soon as they are used more often than not they are ditched or re-cycled

most of our plugs are made here.. some are sub contracted off site.
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all our ribs are built to the full ISO standards to coplie with the RCD to get full CE rating.... there might be slight differance as the plug was made by hand.....

Yeah, I know that I shouldnt pile in to this 'discussion' but I have a low bovine fertilser threshold. What ISO stds do you build your ribs to? I'm presuming that you mean you are registered to ISO9002? No details on your website.
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I Presume he means ISO 12217, 11812, 12215, 15084... Damn.. I wasn't going to say anymore...
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Haven't you got some antelope's that need catching.

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I Presume he means ISO 12217, 11812, 12215, 15084... Damn.. I wasn't going to say anymore...
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Haven't you got some antelope's that need catching.
Yup... I'm just off out onto the high veldt with my tracker......
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Leeway,
Do your different length hulls have different beams? Or are they just extended off a horter hull, or shortened off a longer hull?
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