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Old 28 August 2008, 12:12   #41
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Right then, sleeves up and off we go!
Very tidy. I'm sure i saw one of those Yams on an episode of 'Flipper'.
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Old 28 August 2008, 12:29   #42
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Thought you'd like the colours.Yea, the hull, tubes, consoles, seating etc. all seem ok, the A frame although not a Ribtec looks well made and has a 3rd stanchion attached to the deck and a crossbar with a towing eye, trailer is scruffy and the engine is probably a bit underpowered and is either a 95 or 96 I think. Still winter is coming so plenty of time to fiddle and of course use the 535 meantime
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Old 28 August 2008, 12:36   #43
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Still winter is coming so plenty of time to fiddle and of course use the 535 meantime
I wouldn't fiddle whilst using the 535. You'll get yerself arrested.
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Nice boat
Will you be changing the motor?
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May well do, if I'm happy with the boat I'll probably move the 535 and the Yamaha on and use the proceeds to re-engine.
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Sounds like a plan
That Yam 90 would be a great motor for your 535.......
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Its got a 90 on it now!

Hang on

Put the Yamaha on next to the Evinrude, twin 90's on a 535, come on Mollers I'm ready for ya!
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So after which dermatological condition will this one be named? 'Knacker Rash' has a certain ring about it.
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So after which dermatological condition will this one be named? 'Knacker Rash' has a certain ring about it.


Hmmm, something irritating, annoying and difficult to get rid of.

'Mollers' does have 2 l's doesn't it?
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