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Old 20 October 2013, 19:25   #11
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I got this for my RIB

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Old 20 October 2013, 22:36   #12
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Old 21 October 2013, 17:08   #13
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Ive seen this on the Ribeye I demo'd, its a nice bit of kit, but I just dont like the fittings thats are stuck on the tubes - fugly!
I presently have the webbing ladder solution, which I used on my old V520, it was fine for me, but the wife and my young kids didnt like it, as it kicks under the boat. So I too am looking for a better solution for the Brig when it turns up
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Old 22 October 2013, 05:44   #14
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Ive seen this on the Ribeye I demo'd, its a nice bit of kit, but I just dont like the fittings thats are stuck on the tubes - fugly!
I am also after a ladder and yes that does look a nice one apart from the fugly stuck on fittings as you say. However it does look like that ladder would easily work without those fittings in place?! Surely if some rope was used and attached to a suitable anchor point inside a rib then it should work fine?!

Also I wonder how much that ladder is?!
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Old 22 October 2013, 05:59   #15
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In the days of a better :$ rate I bought one of these - superb construction, works (and still does) with an 18st blubberman, folds nicely to store between the tubes and A frame >>> but very pricey
A friend with room in their suitcase returning from holiday would be a boon


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I am also after a ladder and yes that does look a nice one apart from the fugly stuck on fittings as you say. However it does look like that ladder would easily work without those fittings in place?! Surely if some rope was used and attached to a suitable anchor point inside a rib then it should work fine?!

Also I wonder how much that ladder is?!
If you are going to do that buy one of these!
Folding Ladder for Inflatable Dinghy | online at compass24 | 117542
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Old 28 October 2013, 17:43   #17
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In the days of a better :$ rate I bought one of these - superb construction, works (and still does) with an 18st blubberman, folds nicely to store between the tubes and A frame >>> but very pricey
A friend with room in their suitcase returning from holiday would be a boon


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Wow thats expensive but looks nice!

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Yes the bigger 3 step version looks good value for money at 50, I am very tempted to get one!
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i purchased a St croix here in the states and it got favorable reviews from my family and friends.

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