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Old 08 November 2014, 10:12   #1
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Mil spec Dry bags, fuel tanks and other bits

Having another clear out of the "boat stuff"
1 zodiac milpro 6 usg flexible fuel tank 100 un-used but some storage marks
1 Crewsaver RIB lifejacket 100 (New)
1 New Laptop or tablet dry bag, designed for to take a mildef DK8 rugged tablet 165. built in the UK from Tri Laminate drysuit fabric with BDM zips by a major UK drysuit manufacturer
1 set of paddles and bag from a zodiac FC470 80 (used but good condition)

All prices include postage in the uk.

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Any pictures of the paddles..?

Along with size when stored.

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Zodiac paddles,

I get home tomorrow so will get some pics up tomorrow evening, and some dimensions.
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Old 08 November 2014, 11:50   #4
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Hi Pete. Put me down for the Fuel Bladder Please

How do you want the dosh sir?
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Old 08 November 2014, 13:09   #5
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Fuel bladder reserved for Matt H
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Old 09 November 2014, 13:17   #6
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Pics of Dry bag and Paddles

sorry the pics are not great
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What's the total length of the paddles please.?
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Paddles are 145cm (approx) long in the bag
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Hi Pete, might be interested in the Fuel bladder if Matt pull's out...
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Old 10 November 2014, 16:06   #10
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Fuel bladder now sold to Matt
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I'll need to measure space on my boat when I get to her next...


They sound like they may be a bit too long to fit in the space under the bench seat on my rib.


I should know by the weekend, but sell them on if someone here wants them, I'm not overly fussed on what type I have onboard as they will only be used in an emergency.

They do look nice though.

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I'll need to measure space on my boat when I get to her next...


They sound like they may be a bit too long to fit in the space under the bench seat on my rib.


I should know by the weekend, but sell them on if someone here wants them, I'm not overly fussed on what type I have onboard as they will only be used in an emergency.

They do look nice though.

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James check out the type that you get with Bombard 380 Aerotecs - collapse down to small , but still very usable & this pair are a good price.

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James check out the type that you get with Bombard 380 Aerotecs - collapse down to small , but still very usable & this pair are a good price.

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Thanks for the plug there Pete. They are indeed a very good design, we hold them as a stock item, feel free to give us a call...
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Old 11 November 2014, 11:44   #14
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Zodiac paddles,

The telescopic paddles are very handy, when they have not filled up with grit, sand and salt and wedged solid. Fixed length paddles on the other hand rarely stop working, but they do weigh more and take up more space.

Horses for corses, I think all the mil pro boats, apart from maybe the G series, come with fixed length paddles

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[QUOTE=matt h;654905]Hi Pete. Put me down for the Fuel Bladder Please

Sent the Tenna's back then Matt!??
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Sorry "maximus" Bladders already gone to Matt
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Sorry "maximus" Bladders already gone to Matt
Yeah I know....it went years ago!
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