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Old 07-30-2010, 07:22 AM   #11
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The last two numbers of the hull are 92.
So 1992

but have you seen the pictures?
why can they go up? if you cannot make them a sundeck...
looks to me a bit useless?
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:05 PM   #12
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hai rob,

one of the reasons is that when you raise them you can put stuff under it, something like a coolbox. if you place the coolbox somewhere else it's always standig in your way. and if you want a little sundeck.....try to make something of your own......or buy a maxum with an inboard, then you have a sundeck for the ladies.....

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Old 07-30-2010, 12:12 PM   #13
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rob one more thing.......it's your own boat so you can do with it wathever you want...... but..........on your picture on hyves i see that you are sitting on a part of the chair that originaly is made for your back......if you want to keep the seat nice, clean and not damaged at the top, take place in the seat and not at the top, it will save you a lot of bucks letting it overhaul with a new leather......

of te wel je stoel gaat naar z'n grootje als je zo op de rugleuning zit...en dat is zonde want je boot ziet er mooi uit.

mazzels en groet, ed
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