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Old 07 June 2008, 12:58   #1
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Novurania DX430 DL rib & some parts advice please

Hi all

Glad I stumbled upon this website, good find!

I have to admit to not knowing the first thing about Ribs, but I have just aqquired one & it needs quite a bit of TLC.

Firstly & most importantly I need to replace the inflation valves & I only have 1 of 3 caps, the cap I have has Novurania on it.

Can anyone tell me what type of valve Novurania fit & where I could source them, please forgive me for appearing stupid but do most manufacturers use the same type of valve??

Any advice anyone can give me would be much appreciated.

Cheers
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Old 07 June 2008, 13:56   #2
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Hi all

Glad I stumbled upon this website, good find!

I have to admit to not knowing the first thing about Ribs, but I have just aqquired one & it needs quite a bit of TLC.

Firstly & most importantly I need to replace the inflation valves & I only have 1 of 3 caps, the cap I have has Novurania on it.

Can anyone tell me what type of valve Novurania fit & where I could source them, please forgive me for appearing stupid but do most manufacturers use the same type of valve??

Any advice anyone can give me would be much appreciated.

Cheers
Most of them are Halkey Robert's type or slight variations/clones of the original, better upload photos of the valve, capped & uncapped to see what it looks like. There is a excellent boaters shop in USA: http://defender.com , have lots of inflatable boats original valve's brands. Better E mail them and ask for Novurania valves, if not in stock, ask for other brands alternatives that will fit. You could order, pay by credit card, and have them deliverd to you by UPS, Fedex, or the carrier they work with. If neerer to you, look for a UK provider that offers the same shipping service to Greece.

Happy Boating
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