This might not end well

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THCL500J8
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This might not end well

Postby THCL500J8 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 10:09 am

I hear Jeremy Clarkson screaming "Power" when i see this.

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Re: This might not end well

Postby headdownarseup » Tue Jun 30, 2015 8:18 pm

Always gives me the willies looking at this sort of inflateable boat!

Solid wooden transom would be better

Now then a longshaft 40 plus with a clutch will more than likely be a bit too long for this, move it up about 6 inches and it might be alright.

As for more power aka Jeremy Clarkson, forget it...

I'd stick with a featherweight and be done with it.
Just my thoughts

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Re: This might not end well

Postby bikerboyfife » Fri Jul 03, 2015 8:19 pm

Make sure you have RNLI .s number on speed dial

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Re: This might not end well

Postby Adrian Dale » Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:46 am

This is an Avon redstart with the same supported bracket with 11+ tanks a 40+ and one person...
I admit Allegra didn't weigh much!!
This boat and engine (still have the engine and Allegra) worked day and night (night dives) in the Maldives as a runabout between dive boats and the shore for a year with out an incident, and was my yacht dingy for 14 years in Jakarta..
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