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Old 06 January 2011, 10:14   #21
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Thank you all. Will try to contact with Martini.

Biffer - how you know I would like to have something like on your photos?
going to make it even more confusing now
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Old 06 January 2011, 10:20   #22
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going to make it even more confusing now
What are you trying to do to me?!

Is that your work too?
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going to make it even more confusing now
Now that is nice They electric like the ones on one of Mike Deacons old Hot Lemons?
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Old 06 January 2011, 10:29   #24
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Is that your work too?
yep my work, i've probaly got some more pic's somewhere of some others, i have a feeling you're a bit like me and like doing nice stuff, away ya go!
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Now that is nice They electric like the ones on one of Mike Deacons old Hot Lemons?
no just gavity activated, they work really well, i was a bit critical about the height but i was governed by the old console, the matey was happy and that's all that counts
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no just gavity activated, they work really well, i was a bit critical about the height but i was governed by the old console, the matey was happy and that's all that counts
Cool none the less
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I see, I need bigger RIB right now
It would be difficult to fit it on my 5.4 Searider <LOL>
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no just gavity activated, they work really well, i was a bit critical about the height but i was governed by the old console, the matey was happy and that's all that counts
Powdercoated stainless? Is it an old job? I only ask as we've seen powdercoated stainless specced a few times and I'm wondering how it holds up against the salt. There's a theory that the powdercoat stops air getting to the stainless so it can't oxidize and protect itself. A bit like powdercoated aluminium which rots away and bubbles up the coating, I've seen a lot of that.
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Martini - PM has been sent
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Powdercoated stainless? Is it an old job? I only ask as we've seen powdercoated stainless specced a few times and I'm wondering how it holds up against the salt. There's a theory that the powdercoat stops air getting to the stainless so it can't oxidize and protect itself. A bit like powdercoated aluminium which rots away and bubbles up the coating, I've seen a lot of that.
we didn't powdercoat it, what happen's with that is that it crack's on the welded joint's and then peel's off over time, we actually sprayed it about a year ago and i think it's held up quite well, not normal paint or undercoat of course, my thinking behind that was if it start's to flake i can do something else with it quite easily, good luck with zubol
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