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Old 05 January 2007, 08:57   #11
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Which console is that?

Seriously thinking about getting a vipermax 6.5 myself. Which console is that? Where did you source the boat from? - any problems?

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Old 05 January 2007, 15:03   #12
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How much do you think you will save by assembling and setting-up on your own?

I am planning to do this with a 5.3m Humber Assault next year, possible with a 75 ETEC and it seems to me that dealers to quite good package deals as if you are buying everything from them they are likely to give you a better price.
I am also building the consoles myself.

Are you sourcing a lot of stuff Direct from manufacturer?
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Old 06 January 2007, 02:05   #13
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Seriously thinking about getting a vipermax 6.5 myself. Which console is that? Where did you source the boat from? - any problems?

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Hi

The hull and tubes came from Osprey uk and the console from Outhill and was fitted by Osprey. No problems
Talk to Roy at Osprey
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How much do you think you will save by assembling and setting-up on your own?

I am planning to do this with a 5.3m Humber Assault next year, possible with a 75 ETEC and it seems to me that dealers to quite good package deals as if you are buying everything from them they are likely to give you a better price.
I am also building the consoles myself.

Are you sourcing a lot of stuff Direct from manufacturer?
I would think there has to be some savings as you are doing the work yourself, but if you factor in your hours maybe not that much.

Yes where possible buying direct
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Old 06 January 2007, 02:42   #15
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That santa, ill tell you! I am going to sling Rudolf up by his balls next year . I had christmas before you and I had no toy like that dropped at my house, I thought the heavy and good presents got dropped off first!
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Old 06 January 2007, 04:43   #16
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I would think there has to be some savings as you are doing the work yourself, but if you factor in your hours maybe not that much.

Yes where possible buying direct

I think there are savings to be made and you also get the advantage of having a custom setup and knowing how your RIB is put together. You have to way up the pros and cons in doing it both ways. I acually enjoy the build process.
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