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Old 14 July 2009, 14:03   #11
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Don't know about the flushing mechanism, but it washes your backside everytime you ride over a wave
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Old 14 July 2009, 15:11   #12
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Don't know about the flushing mechanism, but it washes your backside everytime you ride over a wave
If you unblock your flooding hull it could "drain" straight into there, just don't lay too bigger cables as you make re-block the flooding hull!
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Old 14 July 2009, 15:23   #13
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That's not a bad idea mate!!
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Makes a change.
My Dads boat has a toilet fitted but I find it much easier holding the handle on the side of the wheel house, best doing it a few miles off though!
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And getting the wind direction right.
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And getting the wind direction right.
Wind direction isn't a problem for when I need to use the handle.
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Wind direction isn't a problem for when I need to use the handle.
One of the few times on Ribnet I have thought this but..........too much information
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If you unblock your flooding hull it could "drain" straight into there, just don't lay too bigger cables as you make re-block the flooding hull!
Speaking of flooding hulls, I feel the bilges coming on
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Tsk! Tsk!

Tut tut tut! I think you are all being very cruel!


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One of the few times on Ribnet I have thought this but..........too much information
[/I][/B]"At the heart of the site are the very busy discussion forums, which contain a wealth of information about RIB use."[/I][/B]

Anyway back to JSP's console!
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