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Old 10 September 2019, 15:49   #1
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Looking for a good usable set tubes\sponsons to suit pacific 22 mk1. Mk2 tubes will suit.
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Old 12 September 2019, 08:51   #2
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Tried the Somerset guy ?

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Old 12 September 2019, 12:11   #3
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Have made contact but nothing at the moment, maybe later in year
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Old 28 November 2019, 16:34   #4
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Old 28 November 2019, 16:55   #5
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Tried henshaws? They used to have “stock tubes” for sale
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Old 28 November 2019, 18:45   #6
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tried them and nearly fell off the chair at the price of original heavy duty commercial spec ones. have not gotten over the shock yet to price a lighter option lol
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Old 28 November 2019, 20:16   #7
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Mike: Just for reference (recently became a pac owner) what was the ball park for a set of commercial tubes?
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Old 29 November 2019, 03:12   #8
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I'd be interested in this as well - slightly more long term but now I've replaced everything else.....

Tilley Inflatables and North West Ribs might be worth speaking to. Could us Pac 22 owners get a bulk discount?
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Old 29 November 2019, 03:40   #9
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unless I am totally mistaken I understood 12750 pounds for a set of original mk 2 .I could buy a complete craft for this and sell the engine and outdrive etc and have the tubes for next to nothing.how about a facebook page for halmatic rib owners. My mate bought a new set of original mk 2 last year for just under 3k
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Old 29 November 2019, 05:31   #10
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unless I am totally mistaken I understood 12750 pounds for a set of original mk 2 .I could buy a complete craft for this and sell the engine and outdrive etc and have the tubes for next to nothing.how about a facebook page for halmatic rib owners. My mate bought a new set of original mk 2 last year for just under 3k
12750 does sound quite a lot and yes, it would more than double the value of the boat.

Whilst there is the occasional flurry of posts for Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic (are these Halmatic?) RIB's, I don't know whether they are popular / common enough to support their own page. I'm a luddite (which is possibly why I own a Pac 22) and this forum is on the bleeding edge of my IT competence. As a result I'd prefer to stay on here and make sure I add Halmatic to the subject line to try and make searching easier.
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Old 29 November 2019, 14:41   #11
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I'm a Pac 22 Mk11 owner and will be after tubes myself in the new year. I've been recommended Rodella ribs in Poole by other marine tradesman. I haven't got a quote yet so would be very interested in what prices you get.
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Old 29 November 2019, 17:21   #12
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I can definitely recommend Rodella Ribs - I haven't had a complete set of tubes from them (yet), but Giovanni did some superb work adding very large M-Tec wear patches to my existing tubes 5+ years ago now, which are still working perfectly. I was hoping to just get a few more years out of them, but so far haven't even needed to think about a new set of tubes again!
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Old 30 November 2019, 14:55   #13
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Try Simon Dann.
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I have spoken with him recently regarding repairs to a Pac 22.
He told me that his websites pacificribs.com and ddpacifics.com might not be working at the moment.

He can supply new or used at all budgets!
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Old 01 December 2019, 03:03   #14
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Are you sure it was 12k? Henshaws made me a new set of tubes for an Arctic 22 for about 4,500, it was a few years ago now but they were full original spec.
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Old 01 December 2019, 06:47   #15
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Looking down this list, I'm feeling slightly inadequate.

GordyP has an Arctic 22 called Thunder, RAN357's Pac 22 is called Vulcan and Searider has a boat called War Shot. I might have to think of a more manly name.
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Quoted just over 8k at Henshaws last April 1500gsm as origin spec regards d rings and handles etc minus the safety rope.
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