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Old 07 December 2009, 13:08   #81
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With that amount of velcro you should be ok to use that squab as a craning point.
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Old 07 December 2009, 13:15   #82
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My original thinking was a marine version on the principle of the little latches I use to keep the loft hatch shut, as in the arty shot below. I have seen similar in nylon but cannot find it now. Does anyone out there have any good ideas/know where to get such a thing. Any other ideas on how to keep an uphostered flap closed? All ideas gratefully received.
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I reckon those springs would dissolve in a matter of hours Nauti.
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Ian, will you hurry up and finish that boat!!! it looks fantastic and cant wait to see it out on the water!!

i remember when you first posted a picture!! i want one i want one
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Ian, will you hurry up and finish that boat!!! it looks fantastic and cant wait to see it out on the water!!

i remember when you first posted a picture!! i want one i want one
Thanks Matt, working on it sir By the way, I was out walking with the family (yes I am reduced to walking for entertainment) near Hurst Castle. It was blowing fit to bust, and I couldn't see you anywhere
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Thanks Nauti, like Mollers I am worried by the springs, after all there is stainless and then stainless. Cheap enough to buy and test though May dunk one in the briny and see how it goes. Thanks for looking.
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bought a similar thing from the marine megastore to hold my anchor box shut.

http://www.marinemegastore.com/produ...jump=0&cat_id=

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bought a similar thing from the marine megastore to hold my anchor box shut.

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Jizm, does it work well?
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Jizm, does it work well?
yep, pretty good.
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Thanks Matt, working on it sir By the way, I was out walking with the family (yes I am reduced to walking for entertainment) near Hurst Castle. It was blowing fit to bust, and I couldn't see you anywhere
You should have been looking up, not down. 250knts detected him from Swanwick at 200m above the spit!
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