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Old 28 January 2014, 15:52   #91
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Have you lost login details or is Lilly your wife's username?

(We don't allow multiple usernames apart from trade members and their own personal usernames)
I think he just wanted to show us his new screen Nos so he's created a User ID for his wife He'd been trying for a week or so under his XS400 user name, I understand.

As someone with absolutely no issues since the upgrade, I'm feeling his pain...
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Old 28 January 2014, 20:08   #92
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Just read this whole thread. Great build, well done!

It gives me inspiration for my 4.2m rib which has a double jockey seat as standard but would love to do exactly what you have done! Though I must admit I would probably screw and glue one on mine purely because the OEM jokey seat is screwed and glued in!
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Old 29 January 2014, 11:33   #93
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I think he just wanted to show us his new screen Nos so he's created a User ID for his wife He'd been trying for a week or so under his XS400 user name, I understand.

As someone with absolutely no issues since the upgrade, I'm feeling his pain...

thanks for your support barrowboy..........hammer right on the nail!


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Just read this whole thread. Great build, well done!

It gives me inspiration for my 4.2m rib which has a double jockey seat as standard but would love to do exactly what you have done! Though I must admit I would probably screw and glue one on mine purely because the OEM jokey seat is screwed and glued in!

thanks James
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Old 29 January 2014, 12:03   #95
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Hard to beat glassing in a seat. My original seat was screwed and sikaflex but the new seat is glassed in. Not much work invilved.
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Old 29 January 2014, 12:38   #96
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makes a change Tony getting something right, well done mate
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Old 29 January 2014, 12:39   #97
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screen made by Ed Nugent fit really pleased with it....thanks Edd

fitted two vents

thoroughly tested by my smallest...James if he can't break it no one can!
Lol that fits snug,

Allways a gamble from. Paper template looks cool. ,,,glad one is happy
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makes a change Tony getting something right, well done mate
How right you are Mr caton, how right you are.

Been home two days now and still haven't managed to get anything right indoors....now consigned to gutter cleaning outdoors. Amazing the list of jobs she has ready for me after a month away!

Anyway, picking the RIB up from SIT on Friday so should be ready to rock 'n' roll shortly thereafter.

Apologies to XS-400 for the thread drift....
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How right you are Mr caton, how right you are.

Been home two days now and still haven't managed to get anything right indoors....now consigned to gutter cleaning outdoors. Amazing the list of jobs she has ready for me after a month away!

Anyway, picking the RIB up from SIT on Friday so should be ready to rock 'n' roll shortly thereafter.

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