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Old 09 May 2016, 04:55   #11
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Awesome transformation!!

Do you know what the fitting is below the D-ring at the bow, looks like a backing plate for something inside the boat?
It's for a second D ring inside the boat. My 4M has this. I suspect its for lifting. Very useful for tying gear to as well.
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Old 09 May 2016, 05:52   #12
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Old 09 May 2016, 07:30   #13
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Nice orange boat pics do you ever want to get other coloured tubes and hull as ive seen your pics and you always seem to go for orange or grey tubes?
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Old 09 May 2016, 08:30   #14
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Nice orange boat pics do you ever want to get other coloured tubes and hull as ive seen your pics and you always seem to go for orange or grey tubes?
Thanks Stuart! i like orange and grey
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Old 09 May 2016, 08:31   #15
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Awesome transformation!!

Do you know what the fitting is below the D-ring at the bow, looks like a backing plate for something inside the boat?
As said by Searider, its for lifting with a four point harness.Tried Clit Bang mould remover and works a treat
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Gone for a full Hydrive Hydraulic system with Side instead of front mount as before.
Again tried clit mould remover on the tubes and Im really impressed with results
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Had to stop as had too much vino colapso!!
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As said by Searider, its for lifting with a four point harness.Tried Clit Bang mould remover and works a treat
Looking good Mate!
But with "CLIT BANG" ... it would...wouldn't it
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Clit Bang works a treat,especially in these parts.if you get it on your hands,takes ages to get it off. Had a 100 questions off the Mrs too!
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