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Old 07 August 2013, 17:01   #1
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What the hell is this?

As per title, my project/rib doesn't look to bad compared to this!!!

Task Force Rib Type Boat | eBay
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Old 07 August 2013, 17:06   #2
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Task force type RIB
Beatiful isn't she...
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Old 07 August 2013, 17:22   #3
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new thread maybe? - 'just bought myself a rib' followed by, 'how do i clean these tubes?'
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new thread maybe? - 'just bought myself a rib' followed by, 'how do i clean these tubes?'
Put the WHOLE thing in an ACID BATH!
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Old 07 August 2013, 17:43   #5
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Well if Paul Tilley said its a good rib with decent tubes it could be a bargain to be honest .. for 200
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What a piece of junk.

But the guy seems quite attached to it. Would it even be repairable?
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Broken for spares it might be OK!
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Old 08 August 2013, 03:42   #8
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You guys, you kill me, that was a tough old boat in its day, ok it's hasn't got its original nose cone but those foam sectional collars were revolutionary. You damage one just change that one, take them all off and use the boat without them , quite a versatile boat
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... those foam sectional collars were revolutionary. You damage one just change that one, take them all off and use the boat without them , quite a versatile boat
From the photos they also make a useful seat!
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You guys, you kill me, that was a tough old boat in its day, ok it's hasn't got its original nose cone but those foam sectional collars were revolutionary. You damage one just change that one, take them all off and use the boat without them , quite a versatile boat
Bid Away then Biff!
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