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Old 10 November 2012, 09:07   #81
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looking good peter where did you get the seat back/legs as i need something similar for mine
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Old 10 November 2012, 09:31   #82
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looking good peter where did you get the seat back/legs as i need something similar for mine
Thanks - they were all made when I got the console. However if you need them made to suit Biffer on here could be your man - his workload dependant.

They do seem an easy way to extend a one into a two seat jockey - very simply.
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Old 10 November 2012, 09:32   #83
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No probs. we should get that airbourne easily!!
I have now ...and I was taking it easy as a first run out into a gentle swell

Stuck my little cam on my lifejacket just in case - its low res , but works.

Couple of Stills---love those trouble free etecs on the way back...

Usual messy break over Chritschurch Bar...but just off the channel
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Old 10 November 2012, 10:34   #84
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Couple of Stills---love those trouble free etecs on the way back
Oi!!
Looking good, but shocking pink always in your line of sight
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Old 10 November 2012, 10:47   #85
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Oi!!
Looking good, but shocking pink always in your line of sight
haha..I like to think red....its getting redder...
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Old 10 November 2012, 12:10   #86
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Great work Pete looking really tidy
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Old 10 November 2012, 14:21   #87
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Looking good Peter

Need to lose that 'bonnet' though.
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looks great dude.. probably goes superbly! as you say , small is the new big!!
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Old 27 December 2012, 04:06   #89
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Looking good, but shocking pink always in your line of sight
While listening to the thunder and rain over xmas i've decided it has to go !

So is it just a case of hairdryer , pair of pliers and pull it off slowly ?
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Yes I think so but be careful that you don't pull the top layer of rubber off the hypalon underneath.

Give Paul or rib shop a call first to confirm...

Good move removing the pink wedge though
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