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Old 13-08-2007, 21:45
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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

Look forward to seeing the pictures of the conversion.
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Old 13-08-2007, 21:49
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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

I assume this is a side by side configeration. Doesn't this mean you have to have two onboard to keep it ballanced?
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Old 14-08-2007, 07:03
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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

Richard I'm looking round for a pressure guage to make sure we dont over inflate those tooobs.

Do you what the make /model /size of the valve assemblies is please.

Perhaps these might be a good thing for you to sell too?
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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

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I assume this is a side by side configeration. Doesn't this mean you have to have two onboard to keep it ballanced?

No, central double jockey, ie sat behind each other, this way still maintaining central helm position and keeping it balanced.



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Richard I'm looking round for a pressure guage to make sure we dont over inflate those tooobs.

Do you what the make /model /size of the valve assemblies is please.

Perhaps these might be a good thing for you to sell too?
I think this is what you are after:-

http://www.rib-shop.com/product.asp?...hFor=&PT_ID=31

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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

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Richard I'm looking round for a pressure guage to make sure we dont over inflate those tooobs.

Do you what the make /model /size of the valve assemblies is please.

Perhaps these might be a good thing for you to sell too?

Blimy Steve ................ looks like you are embracing this ribbing lark full throttle !!!!!


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Re: New toy for the summer whilst I wait for my new rib

OK Nick sooon!

Guage arrives tomorow schrader valve adapter for skyjackers is in production.

Some interesting stuff on 90Hp engines and prop sizes Richard...

http://www.hydrostream.org/TechTalk/Viper90.htm

These boats must be a bigger load to drive so 80 is obvioulsy not going to be a problem.


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