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Old 25 May 2003, 04:09   #11
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RIB But I'll bet he's selling it to get a SIB!

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Old 25 May 2003, 05:08   #12
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Well, you could be right Keith. I am after a match for my w 55 mariner engine short shaft (I think the 2.6m RIB might just be a little small) and a big SIB might be the answer. The funds from the 2.6m will contribute to the purchase price.

By the way if you want to borrow my w 55 to hasten your Pentland firth crossing your welcome!!! (Reliability not guaranteed)
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Old 26 May 2003, 16:59   #13
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rib for sale

paul i have emailed you can you give me a ring please ( number provided),.
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Old 26 May 2003, 17:00   #14
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mr cookees update.

thanks , it did work!
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Old 26 May 2003, 17:13   #15
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Tube Repairs

You could try www.olmectubing.co.uk They offer repairs on Hypalon Neoprene tubes if that helps at all. Ask for Ed.

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Old 03 June 2004, 11:51   #16
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PVC on Hypalon?

Can PVC patches be used on a Hypalon Boat? If so what type of glue should be used?
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Old 04 June 2004, 07:37   #17
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I'm not sure why you would want to do it but yes they can. However, not directly.

You must use pvc adhesive on the patch, 2 coats, and you must let it cure, not just dry but cure. This adhesive will form a barrier which prevents the plasticisers in the pvc migrating to the hypalon adhesive and turning it into a sticky substance.

Use normal hypalon technique for gluing.
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Old 04 June 2004, 09:59   #18
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Mike theres a guy in Hernia Bay called Darren who does tube repairs, he's very good and fairly cheap and he'll either take the boat away or do the repair on site.
PM me and i'll dig out his phone number.

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