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Old 06 January 2010, 13:53   #21
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Thanks guys for your comments. Yes the seating arrangment was one that I was not quite sure about as the Redbay Stormforce comes with double jockey seats as standard.

I wanted a bench seat but thought that the space was perhaps a bit limited for double jockeys and a bench. So I asked Redbay if they would do single jockeys and a bench. I was a little apprehensive until I saw it in the flesh.

I think the layout is fine for what I was looking for. I also found that Redbay was the only Rib maker that I found that would not fit a seat in front of the console ?

Whens the next trip out ?

Steve
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Old 06 January 2010, 14:51   #22
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Thanks guys for your comments. Yes the seating arrangment was one that I was not quite sure about as the Redbay Stormforce comes with double jockey seats as standard.

I wanted a bench seat but thought that the space was perhaps a bit limited for double jockeys and a bench. So I asked Redbay if they would do single jockeys and a bench. I was a little apprehensive until I saw it in the flesh.

I think the layout is fine for what I was looking for. I also found that Redbay was the only Rib maker that I found that would not fit a seat in front of the console ?

Whens the next trip out ?

Steve
think that you might find ribquest do a console without a front seat steve
have seen a few others to
either way thats a great looking rib one of the best i,ve seen on here, look forward to seeing you around this year
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Old 06 January 2010, 17:26   #23
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She really looks good 'in the flesh' SJH.

Not trying to put any dampner on things - but I take it you have her well secured when stored? Wouldn't want to give any of those thieving b ....s a go at her!

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Old 06 January 2010, 17:32   #24
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Steve It looks like the bench seat is bolted in?

I doubt it would be a big challenge to change it out for Jockeys at a later date if you wanted to.
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Old 07 January 2010, 13:19   #25
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Hi Chris yes I asked them to do that so the bench seat could be moved back if I wanted to fit more Jockey seats.

Hi Tonymac Ive got the RIB dry stacked and insured so cant do more than that.

Come on guys whens the next trip out

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Old 08 January 2010, 09:45   #26
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Congrats on the new purchase. Looks stunning. Enjoy
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Old 08 January 2010, 11:48   #27
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wheres the thanks for the 'only' photo

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No acknowledgement for the photo then
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