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Old 02 December 2003, 23:20   #81
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The console comes with or without the front double bench so you could make room by not having this and having more jockey's
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Old 02 December 2003, 23:21   #82
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A little bit extra to make it look good now has to be worth it.
How long will you be keeping it for as over that lenght of time it wont work out to much and the right colours are better resale I should think
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Do you think Charles is going for a big cruiser?

If he is involved with pro sport he can probably use a rib when ever he wants.

Unless he will be using his money to invest into them
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Thanks Ian, will remember wellies. Not taking any baggage with me though. Only hand baggage.

Steve, ill let you know of cost on sunday afternoon when i come back. Not had a definate cost yet. Also must add on for:

wakeboard tower(A-frame with steel cables to hold it up)
Cd player (an absolute must according to my son)
GPS/Plotter

Ian - Were flying from Gatwick with Flybe.com

Flight there is 3.97, somehow 15 with the surcharges...

Flight back is the next day early morning for about a tenner plus these mystical surcharges that cost more than the flight itself.

Thats for 2 adults.
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I'm getting a double console with bench infront
2 x double jockeys
1 x rear bench

all white grp with Blue upholstery to match the tubes which I'm sending over from my work
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Not sure about the front bench seat.

Would be very useful. Havent got that far with Jason yet.
All to be sorted on saturday
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Ian - Were flying from Gatwick with Flybe.com

Flight there is 3.97, somehow 15 with the surcharges...

Thats for 2 adults.
Tell me you made a typo, my flights from Manchester were 500+ for two of us

Ask Jason for a lift to the airport Sunday AM or book your taxi as early as possible on Saturday as they don't seem to work on Sunday mornings. Believe me, I know!
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I got a double A frame from halmark for 240 he will make anything you want

I was thinking of a radio/cd player do they work well on the Rib
I have 3 kids who will love the music
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Old 02 December 2003, 23:35   #89
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Not sure if the antishock on the CD works at speed on water but it'll work fine when lazing around in small coves. We're just having the CD as radio reception isn't so good in most bays with all the cliffs up here. 300 +vat the package all waterproof incl. the speakers and fitted.
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Ian, no typo, they really are that price.

As for taxi............Flybe also hired me a car for 2 days for 16
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Why not go for a mini-disc instead? I use a personal one which is fab - never jumps and you can get 4CDs on one disc with the Sony MDLP ones. Haven't tried it on the RIB though.
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Oh know your saved

There was a typo.

It was 3.97 each
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3.97 + 16

OK you can piss off posting this crap now

I don't believe a word of it!!!
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Funny enough, i was thinking of a MD player last night..

Maybe Jason could leave the input for the speakers on the dash somewhere so i could just plug in my MD player
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If only may scanner was working....

Ive got the confirmation next to me, total price including car hire for both of us is 82.50
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Sounds like a drive to London will be cheaper next time Ian


The radio is that fitted by a normal shop or a marine one
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98% sure Jason or another worker does it
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Why not fit a DVD and full home entertainment system with the money your saving on the flights
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input for the speakers on the dash somewhere so i could just plug in my MD player
You would need an amp.
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dam, well shows how much i know about that sort of thing.

Is it different to a CD player cos you can just buy little portable speakers for a CD player? Or are they little portable amps?
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