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Old 10 December 2016, 17:54   #1
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I have just purchased my second RIB to replace one that completely came apart at the seams. It was new, but was a cheapie. New unit is second hand but of much better quality - a Quicksilver. I want to use the RIB as a tender to my Bertram 25 when I go out to the reef. Will cart the RIB inflated on top of the Bertram to and from the reef. BUT HOW SHOULD I STORE IT BETWEEN TRIPS. What is the best option to protect the seams. Should I deflate it and put it back into its carrying bag, or is it preferrable to leave it inflated to some degree
storing in the shade after roof. Re-direction to applicable posts and threads would much appreciated.
Cheers from Cedricatmackay
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Old 11 December 2016, 03:06   #2
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