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Old 15 August 2013, 02:13   #1
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The sweet sound of a triple rig!

We found ourselves with 3 x 3.3hp outboards, so what else do you but stick them on the back of a 3.20m rib. I hope these results bring a slight smile to the corner of your mouths:



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Old 15 August 2013, 02:18   #2
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9.9hp has never sounded so sweet!
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Old 15 August 2013, 02:52   #3
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How do you manage to attach 3 kill cords ?
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Old 15 August 2013, 03:30   #4
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Curses!

You've beaten my twin Johnson 2s!

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PS how do you linky to a previous attachment so it shows up in the post?
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We found ourselves with 3 x 3.3hp outboards, so what else do you but stick them on the back of a 3.20m rib. I hope these results bring a slight smile to the corner of your mouths:



No kill cord no jacket no hands. Mmmmmm nice recipe
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No kill cord no jacket no hands. Mmmmmm nice recipe
Lists location as Padstow.Looks like Padstow in the vid as well. Wasn't there some kind of incident there not long ago? (note extreme sarcasm)
Sometimes I really despair at quite how bloody stupid people can be.
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Old 15 August 2013, 05:42   #8
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Simple equation:-

No Kill cords + 3 engines = 3 times the damage to you or anyone in the water if things go wrong.

Not having a go but it really ain't that smart
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Not sure about triple rig - just seen this add for a quad rig - guess it is a LOT of boat, but its also a LOT of money Am off to check my lottery tickets...

Air Rider 1260 RIB For Sale - GBP 295,000 - Guernsey, UK - Boatshop24.co.uk
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Bet this has killcords
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Old 15 August 2013, 06:46   #11
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We found ourselves with 3 x 3.3hp outboards, so what else do you but stick them on the back of a 3.20m rib. I hope these results bring a slight smile to the corner of your mouths:



Made me giggle.
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Putting the safety thing to one side that made me laugh.

I was mildly tempted but this never left the garage
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This time last year - keep up lads!
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What a monster I bet 3 Suzi's was a handful hey Willk
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Pigeon,Good on you, just bear in mind what's cool and what's dangerous given the potential for mishap.
Very Heath Robinson and applauded...... if you'd done it in your bath.
I just wish nothing bad could ever happen because this contraption is great!!!!
This is what innovation is all about.
Just remember, don't endanger others that's all. Looks like you didn't.
In my mind, the more engines in the back of a boat the better.
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Old 15 August 2013, 13:26   #17
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Padstow Wasn't there some kind of incident there not long ago? .
I was watching an episode of 'Hungry Sailors' (filmed in Padstow last summer) recently. I'm sure that I spotted the Milligan Cobra on a mooring.
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Old 15 August 2013, 13:36   #18
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how long ago was this i keep my rib at rock
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how long ago was this i keep my rib at rock
Filmed or aired?
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filmed the weather looks just too nice
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