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Old 29 June 2008, 18:37   #1
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placement of smart tabs on SR 5.4

I am looking for any pics that can help me decide where to place my smart tabs I bought. I have a sr 5.4 and want to know if I placed them as far apart as possible would I have any problems. I noticed they will be in the way of my tie downs and will have to figure out another way to strap down.
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have a search for smart tabs . there were some pics of some fitted to a searider like yours .
i may be wrong but bedajim rings a bell here
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have a search for smart tabs . there were some pics of some fitted to a searider like yours .
i may be wrong but bedajim rings a bell here
Mine was only a 4m or 4.2 so some say but here's a pic the red lines were to pull them up for beaching etc
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