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Old 24 January 2012, 05:09   #21
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Originally Posted by martini View Post
I recommend a lanyard for this particular installation
There's already one's attached to the cable by the dome and runs down to the A frame

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Old 26 January 2012, 10:16   #22
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Bye Bye radome

Originally Posted by mostergr View Post
I predict "bye-bye radome" as soon as he hits anything other than flat calm water!
And bye bye to anyone standing in front of it as launches off its brackets at approximately the speed the rib was doing only seconds before it hit that wave...

Perhaps the skipper should be referred to C2 RIBS' thread on 23 of Jan. concerning GECKO helmets...

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Old 26 January 2012, 10:58   #23
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Obviously he had the passengers health in mind when he had this fitted. I do not mean here any "body damage" but the " cooking of the brain"

He should have gone for the broadband radar as no problem with such hazzards.
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Old 18 March 2012, 23:12   #24
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Originally Posted by Dry Run
Over the weekend a customer on the Dry Stack has decided to mount this to the top of his "A" frame!

Can't see it lasting for long - am I wrong?

Anyone got any experience?
Wonder if this has had a run out and survived.
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Old 19 March 2012, 10:25   #25
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It is still on there! Although it hasn't been tested in anything but calm seas. I would be a little worried about it "frying" my brain though!

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