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Old 10 June 2024, 20:44   #1141
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Another nice looking Honwave outfit: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/204826567...mis&media=COPY
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Old 11 June 2024, 04:35   #1142
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Another nice looking Honwave outfit: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/204826567...mis&media=COPY
Yes another bargain
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The devil might be in the detail with the Honwave/Tohatsu 20 4-stroke outfit. The tohatsu is a 2013 so would probably be the pre-efi model and could weigh around 56kg which by most people standards needs to be a trailed outfit..
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I had noticed on the plate it states 51.5 kg - 65kg, why such a wide range?

I've just loaded my 20hp efi into the truck ready for the off in the morning. At 47kg that's at the max for me, anything over 50kg and it would be a definite no from me.
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50kg is a distant memory for me Steve! Even the 38 kg Merc is a definite 2 person lift for me now.
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I had noticed on the plate it states 51.5 kg - 65kg, why such a wide range?
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Presumably it'll be available as an electric start/PTT v Pull start/manual tilt.
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Wow, that all adds a lot of weight.

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It's under that lot somewhere Max!
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It's under that lot somewhere Max!
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It's under that lot somewhere Max!
Thats a big can of Toilet Fluid
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Oh the joys of a weekend away sibing, it's the smell of fuel that does me with that type of.load. I'm taking it the engine is on a wooden pallet, has the pallet got wheels on it to aid loading/unloading?
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Hi tinker, couple of weeks just outside of Tenby. Its a homemade crawler board, the idea came from Chipko. When the rain stops and I can set everything up, I'll take couple of pictures and put them on a new thread so as not to clutter up this eBay thread.
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Tidy little outfit for someone as long as the seams arenít falling apart.
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Oh the joys of a weekend away sibing, it's the smell of fuel that does me with that type of.load. I'm taking it the engine is on a wooden pallet, has the pallet got wheels on it to aid loading/unloading?
Hi tinker, pictures on this new thread:-

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