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Old 12 January 2012, 12:34   #21
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Ref lockers and hatches with back-boxes.

Iv'e used these guy's at the below link in the past. I found them to do a very fast & efficient service.


ALUMINIUM DECK CONSOLE HATCH WATER TIGHT items in IMSUPPLIES BOATING CHANDLERY store on eBay!
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Old 27 January 2012, 18:00   #22
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Got some more work done on the console fitted steering, gauges, Honda indicator and switch panels and the Honda top mount remotes.

Have gone for 1 Lowrance LMF400 NMEA2000 gauge which will provide fuel data. Then the original tacho and trim meters. Hoping to get the plotter fitted tomorrow which is going to be a tight fit seeing as its a 10" !!!

Then it's just the standard horizon radio and all the hole cutting will be done !
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Old 28 January 2012, 03:38   #23
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Getting there now mate just go carefull....it'll be the first time you've squeezed a 10'' Anything, Anywhwre!
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Old 28 January 2012, 06:43   #24
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10" plotter; not jealous
What have you gone for?
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Old 28 January 2012, 08:52   #25
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Hi managed to get a used but good condition Lowrance LCX 112

I prefer the layout to the new ones.
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noo naim

yew nead a noo naim forr dat bote yew nobbur

piggs eer aparrt fromm bein piggist jus downt cutt de fkin musterd

lotts ov ribnobburs naim ther botes arfter henddrik sorngs

thers hay joe, voodo chyle, likkul winng, orl alorng de hietower, foxxy laydy an pirtle haize jus too menshun a feew.

ow abowt

Yew gott me flowtin'
wosp inn iz pannts
bilt inn de wilderniss, deesined too dazzul

fuk mee enyfink butt tyme banditt 2
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Old 28 January 2012, 11:16   #27
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yew nead a noo naim forr dat bote yew nobbur

piggs eer aparrt fromm bein piggist jus downt cutt de fkin musterd

lotts ov ribnobburs naim ther botes arfter henddrik sorngs

thers hay joe, voodo chyle, likkul winng, orl alorng de hietower, foxxy laydy an pirtle haize jus too menshun a feew.

ow abowt

Yew gott me flowtin'
wosp inn iz pannts
bilt inn de wilderniss, deesined too dazzul

fuk mee enyfink butt tyme banditt 2
Pigs Ear is a great name. its also a great local beer !

Also got the name sorted for the tender - "Tiddly Wink"

As in

"I'm off down the boozer for a Tiddly Wink of Pigs Ear"
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Old 28 January 2012, 11:33   #28
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Pigs Ear is a great name...
Yes, but you're making a Silk Purse out of a Pig's Ear
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Old 28 January 2012, 13:32   #29
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Yes, but you're making a Silk Purse out of a Pig's Ear
Would that be because its one of them there 'Ospreys'
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Old 28 January 2012, 13:36   #30
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Yes, but you're making a Silk Purse out of a Pig's Ear
Hmmm silk purse just sounds to camp for my liking.
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