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Old 26 February 2004, 14:10   #11
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Yeh, thats the one.
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Old 26 February 2004, 14:19   #12
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I didnt say that because i knew something about it but i seriously looked at it when i was looking fro a new boat, its certainly well priced, i chose not to persue it for quite a few reasons:

The A-frame wouldnt fit under the roof where i intend to keep it.

I didnt want a twin axle trailer because there alot harder to manouver by hand.

I wanted jockey seating for 4 with a twin console and i would have had to change it all on that boat with costs a lot more than you would think.

Just my reasons for not buying it, if its to be kept on the water then 2 of my problems wont affect you in anyway at all. The twin axle trailer is alot safer for towing anyway and if the seatign is fine for you then its pretty much perfect.
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Old 26 February 2004, 14:26   #13
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Thanks,

A frame no probs as will be kept outside,
Twin trailer if I get it will suck it and see?
Seating.. yes would like more, what has it now as the photo is not too clear?

Many thanks,
Mark
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Old 29 February 2004, 13:19   #14
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Had a look today. Nice Trailer, nice layout, well equiped, lovely engine two yrs old with history. Shame about the crack all way round the hull just below the tubes covered in clear silicone!!! waste of a 300 mile drive - thats boats!

Thanks for all the good advice though,

Mark.
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