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Old 25 October 2006, 14:16   #81
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You could go round Brittany in that thing...

Looking good Nauti.

You must be dreaming about it at this stage!!!!

(How about some pink cushions to brighten it all up a bit?)

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Old 25 October 2006, 16:27   #82
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You Could go round Brittany in that thing...

Looking good Nauti.

You must be dreaming about it at this stage!!!!

(How about some pink cushions to brighten it all up a bit?)

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You never know, sounds like a good plan for next summer!!! hmmm pink & Yellow, hmmm now let me think
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Old 27 October 2006, 06:14   #84
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Dare I ask how much this is all costing?!

Oh BTW, you see those 6 rocker switches on the bottom left (6 of them). I had those on my RIB before and only lasted a few months (rubber seals started to crack)
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Often a smear of silicone grease will stop rubber from cracking.....
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Nice set of throttle levers Nauti.


Are they standard with those Verado's?
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Nice set of throttle levers Nauti.


Are they standard with those Verado's?
Yes I believe they are standard, damn sexy I think. Thank you
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Often a smear of silicone grease will stop rubber from cracking.....
I shall bear that in mind thank you.
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Also works great on rubber hatach seals - I was having trouble with my hatches sticking - yank them open and the seals were pulling away - a good smear of silicone and the problem's solved - bit messy when you are leaning into the console though!!!
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Well she floats

GPS and VHF still to be fitted, personally I am very pleased so far.
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