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Old 25 September 2009, 15:23   #31
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Rupert is right about this. My Boating Permissions Officer hates jockey seats with a passion* and every other female I know seems to be the same. It must be a design fault (take your pick). For longer runs (more than an hour or so) I have to admit that I find them a bit pointless too - not a cruising seat
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Old 25 September 2009, 15:31   #32
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I really don't know what you mean young Willk

I've never used a RIB with anything but jockey seats so I can't comment to much. Myself I'm leaning towards the idea of a lean post but that's got sweet FA to do with this
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Something that I don't understand is why the ladies find them uncomfortable? Surly they can't get a case of sitting on the old happy sack ?
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whether it was a typo, JSP, but "surly" is usually the right term for these women when we get back after a couple of hours on jockey seats
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whether it was a typo, JSP, but "surly" is usually the right term for these women when we get back after a couple of hours on jockey seats
Typo but I wont edit
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about it, they say they too much bike riding is not great for men, and I shouldn't think that a few hours of bouncing up and down on jockey seats does a great deal for the old private parts, either.
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about it, they say they too much bike riding is not great for men, and I shouldn't think that a few hours of bouncing up and down on jockey seats does a great deal for the old private parts, either.
With the news I've just had I'm taking the foam out of the seat and waiting for a force 9!
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Hi Jonathan,

I mailed you a couple of days ago. I'm rebuilding an arctic 28, is it possible to mail me a price list...
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