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Old 07 March 2006, 11:17   #21
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Originally Posted by Tim M
Do you think I could fit two single jockey's

Yep. I would think there's enough room but buying more seats = less beer.

Get yer priorities right.

And don't forget the rack is glassed into the deck.

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Old 07 March 2006, 11:23   #22
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I don't drink beer so seats it is!

Was planning to remove it with a grinder and then repair the hole with firbreglass, then paint the deck.

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Old 03 September 2012, 05:10   #23
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Originally Posted by boatster_sr4 View Post
I'm wondering if my tubes lose pressure too quickly. If I pump up one section to 2 psi within the next 24 hours it will lose 3/4 - 1/2 a psi on my gauge. The adjoining tubes were deflated so maybe there is a small air leak to the next compartment which under normal circumstances wouldn't be a problem I suppose. But assuming otherwise is a drop from 2 to 1 1/4 psi within 24 hours a sign of a major air leak? The tubes do not completely deflate but probably taper off to less than 1 psi if left sitting for a long time (2 weeks). Or is this unavoidable for tubes of such age? I'm talking about my 1991 Avon Searider of course . Is it porosity or just too many small leaks through seams and such?
Have you checked for leaks along the seams using soapy water? That's the first thing to do.

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