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Old 04-02-2009, 06:38 PM   #1
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Alian cowl....

Does anyone have the wrap round thing that bolts to the bottom of the alian cowl tray on a ss mid section. ( whats it called ) ?????? Please see pic ( its the bit just parallel to steering arm..... Cheers
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Old 04-02-2009, 07:11 PM   #2
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lower cowl dude, not that its any help but Gav had a mold for one
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lower cowl dude, not that its any help but Gav had a mold for one
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It's called a skirt
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dunno dude, last i saw of it was end of last summer as he made one for a mate of mine when he was working in Bristol. He made the mold in the first place from a genuine one he borrowed from JBD and took a mold from it, then he fitted it to his boat without asking and sold it without giving it back or replacing it for JBD!
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It's called a skirt
Thank's for your reply..... In Europe they probably get away with calling it a skirt, but imagine the replies I would get if I wrote ( Has anybody get a skirt for the weekend ) Cookie for a starter has a very nice little sequin number he only get's out on special occasions
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Thank's for your reply..... In Europe they probably get away with calling it a skirt, but imagine the replies I would get if I wrote ( Has anybody get a skirt for the weekend ) Cookie for a starter has a very nice little sequin number he only get's out on special occasions
And you're not getting your grubby hands on it!

I think I may have a GRP one somewhere - pop in!
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And you're not getting your grubby hands on it!

I think I may have a GRP one somewhere - pop in!
He did have one !!!! and he look's great in it ........... Kev's hot pants a NO NO
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