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Old 05 June 2013, 13:40   #11
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Originally Posted by Andre View Post
I think 8 kg maybe over the top.
I was adding the extra half kilo for steel plate and fixings.

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Old 05 June 2013, 14:21   #12
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Originally Posted by willk View Post
I was adding the extra half kilo for steel plate and fixings.
yes i would agree here and I forgot that I have a solid double A frame. a single was is really only for top light , nav lights and VHF antenna.
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Old 05 June 2013, 14:27   #13
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Originally Posted by markalderney View Post
Thanks, broadband radar seems the way to go. 2" stainless steel A frame fitted by Humber, hope the photo is useful? Mark
You might want to discuss with Humber - you wouldn't want them suggesting the extra leverage is why the transom failed.
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