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Old 30 September 2007, 16:23   #61
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That's absolutely fantastic, she looks real nice. It's surprising what one can get into those small consoles and looks like you've done a good job.
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Old 01 October 2007, 04:26   #62
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Endeavour do you make consoles for Osprey ribs as yours is the same as the one I had on my Viper!

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Old 01 October 2007, 11:30   #63
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Ribs looking good!

I think its a console supplied by Mike Whitham who does all the Osprey molding, I think them tubes are off an Osprey also??????

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Thanks Jono

Mike borrowed me the mould to make the console and indeed, the tubes are off the viper templates...
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Just added a couple of led nav lights. And still waiting for the sounder....

Anyway, got a 6.8 to finish and a 7.8 to start.


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I like the A frame. I need one just like that. I assume it is beam adjustable.
Where did you buy it?
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The a frame is from outhill, and its fully adjustable in the width. It is at its minimum width but will go narrower with the help of a saw...

I believe its the same as the Zodiac type.
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http://www.outhill.com/a_frames_accessories.htm


It might look a bit small on a 7mtr hull.
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