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Old 10 February 2005, 08:26   #11
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.........I'm aware of this, however it looks good so - nuff said
Graham Stainless will be very slippery when wet!
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Old 10 February 2005, 08:47   #12
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I'd not thought of.........

..........that. To be honest, being the fair weather sailor I am, the only time the wheel would het wet would be if I spilt some of my beer or it - and you can be assured, I don;t often spill me beer Seriously though, it's a good point - thanks.
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Old 10 February 2005, 08:50   #13
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..........that. To be honest, being the fair weather sailor I am, the only time the wheel would het wet would be if I spilt some of my beer or it - and you can be assured, I don;t often spill me beer Seriously though, it's a good point - thanks.
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Old 10 February 2005, 09:47   #14
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I'm being a bit fussy, but..........it is as hard as rock and very uncomfortable to handle.
Good grief Andy. You will be wanting soft loo paper next.
You are doing the macho, hard man of the sea ribbing reputation no good at all.
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Old 10 February 2005, 12:25   #15
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Thanks all, I thought that because they didn't do a soft one in white there might be a reason for it. Might go for black now, thanks MeMe.

The pic is my new outboard on some one elses RIB (a 6.5 Solent), will get transplanted in two weeks.

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Good choice . I have had the same type of steering wheel on both of my Parker 630 ribs and if I am not mistaken these come from Utraflex Italy. Good wheel and nice soft and firm grip. No slip even in the wet
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Good grief Andy. You will be wanting soft loo paper next.
You are doing the macho, hard man of the sea ribbing reputation no good at all.
Mark, thought I'd done that when I decided to go for the fourstoke option, just keeping up with the image .

Nice play on words with my Quote though

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A certain steering wheel just got tested by being splashed in the sink and 'driven' from the sofa to test slipperiness.

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No Timothy. That was for the ergonomical seating position case study



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And of warming the chestNUTS Hey Paul.
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