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Old 29 December 2008, 13:36   #11
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What slide scanner are you using?
The dirty one.

How about some photo's of the rigging etc, be nice to see if you "walk the walk, and not just talk the talk" !
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Old 29 December 2008, 13:47   #12
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Verry Nice,I shall look forward to seeing out on the water.Will you be re-engineing the one thats got 115,s on the back
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Old 29 December 2008, 15:11   #13
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Verry Nice,I shall look forward to seeing out on the water.Will you be re-engineing the one thats got 115,s on the back

That was the first one we did, Did have Yam 130's on we put the 115opti's on 6 months ago ish.
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Old 29 December 2008, 15:22   #14
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The dirty one.

How about some photo's of the rigging etc, be nice to see if you "walk the walk, and not just talk the talk" !
Only have a couple more photos, they dont really show the rigging. But here they are.
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Old 30 December 2008, 14:12   #15
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Well im not sure what you mean by that!! one the guys from our marketing department took the photos if that helps!!!
It was a serious question - just had one for christmas and it's great - a 35mm slide scanned at full res works out at 70MP - a touch better than any digi camera.

Just discovered that things actually EAT slides and even though you clean the dust spots off etc they still need retouching in Photoshop - great results but very time consuming!!!
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Damn, the guy I know that used to work for essex Police Marine unit has since retired otherwise I'd get a go!!

Nice kit there though!!
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Old 31 December 2008, 15:25   #17
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Question about the Seastar hydraulic steering, I was admiring the heavy duty hydraulic pipes and unions that are fitted. I have its baby brother (Baystar) fitted to a Suzuki DF90 on a Ribcraft 5.45, would it be possible to fit those or similar to a Baystar system and if so do you have the fittings. I don’t particularly like the ones that come with the Baystar, they look a bit lightweight especially with clumsy divers aboard.
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Old 31 December 2008, 16:26   #18
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Question about the Seastar hydraulic steering, I was admiring the heavy duty hydraulic pipes and unions that are fitted. I have its baby brother (Baystar) fitted to a Suzuki DF90 on a Ribcraft 5.45, would it be possible to fit those or similar to a Baystar system and if so do you have the fittings. I donít particularly like the ones that come with the Baystar, they look a bit lightweight especially with clumsy divers aboard.
I would have thought any good hydrolic place could make them up for you
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Question about the Seastar hydraulic steering, I was admiring the heavy duty hydraulic pipes and unions that are fitted. I have its baby brother (Baystar) fitted to a Suzuki DF90 on a Ribcraft 5.45, would it be possible to fit those or similar to a Baystar system and if so do you have the fittings. I donít particularly like the ones that come with the Baystar, they look a bit lightweight especially with clumsy divers aboard.
We just have them made up by Pirtek. Althought the hose's on this boat were fitted by Halmatic.
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Old 01 January 2009, 09:33   #20
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There is a Pirtek on the industrial estate where I work so I will try them
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