Dinghy for sale

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  1. Wildman

    Wildman Read Only Funster

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    On orders from above my brand new inlateable dinghy is now for sale
    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=1143

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    it does NOT include the outboard and does not have a transom bracket fitted, although the fixings are in place for one to be added.
    I have gone down the fishing kayak route so the inflateable will never get used.
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    now just need to get a trailer sorted or roofrack to carry it, hee hee
     
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    Ok Roger:Smile:

    I will start the bidding

    I will give you a fiver for it and can collect. :BigGrin:

    Cash buy
     
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    My, you two have aged a bit, haven't you.
     
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    :Rofl1::Rofl1:A Bag of chips and two FRAY BENTOS PIES is my opening offer
     
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    Nice Pool Roger:thumb:
     
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    Its not Rogers pool Jim.. I think it belongs to Swift :Eeek::Eeek::Wink::Rofl1:
     
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    rogers had that pool put in at the lazy buzzard for the next funster meet there ladies have to go topples plus the dingy will be for hirer:BigGrin:
     
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    how long is the kayak roger you may be able to stand it on its end on your towball :thumb:
     
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    well its 11ft and roof height is 8ft from towbar so 3ft to lose, mind you not looked diagonally yet. I could carry it into the tunnel like that then put it back on reassembled trailer (i have in mind to make one I can carry inside or across the towbar when dismantled)
     
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    or maybe you could open the rear window and slide it inside whilst travelling.
     
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    now in my old beast that would have been easy as did it with my other kayak but this one has a much smaller window have yet to try through a side window but doubt there is room to turn it.
     
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    maybe one of those folding kayaks may have been a better idea in hind sight.
     
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    Saw it on two. Seriously.

    Seal both halves with a pair of laser cut joining plates or plug/socket joint. Nice pegged together waterproof joint.

    Nice little winter project for a keen engineer.
     
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