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Old 29 January 2012, 07:07   #1
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6.8 Ribcraft with 175hp+ wanted

Hi - looking for a 6.8m Ribcraft with 4 stroke outboard preferably 175hp upwards. Anyone know of one going?
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Old 29 January 2012, 07:18   #2
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I know of a Ribcraft 6.8 with Yam 200 2 stroke. It's fully coded up ready too.

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Old 29 January 2012, 13:20   #3
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Hi - looking for a 6.8m Ribcraft with 4 stroke outboard preferably 175hp upwards. Anyone know of one going?
The Black one in the For sale section? Drove it in the
summer....Very Nice!
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My black rib is sold now, will change the ad.
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Old 30 January 2012, 06:33   #5
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I've got a 2001 6.8M Ribcraft with a 2005 150hp Fourstroke Yam. 420hrs on engine. Just been serviced.
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Thanks guys - have now managed to get myself a beautie of a 6.8 Ribcraft. Great sea handling boat in lumpy North Sea conditions - very impressed with it so far.
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Thanks guys - have now managed to get myself a beautie of a 6.8 Ribcraft. Great sea handling boat in lumpy North Sea conditions - very impressed with it so far.
Glad to hear it welcome to the Ribcraft club many happy days. But where is the pics come on!

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Thanks guys - have now managed to get myself a beautie of a 6.8 Ribcraft. Great sea handling boat in lumpy North Sea conditions - very impressed with it so far.
Nice One! All the Best with her!.. Any Photos?
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ribcraft 6.8

Here's a couple pics of the new RIB - taken in front of Dunnottar Castle, scene of Mel Gibson's Hamlet. Very happy with the way it performs in a heavy sea. Heavy RIB and bow doesn't tend to lift. Happy days ahead
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Nice looking rib, like the hull colour!!
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