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Old 13-02-2006, 04:00 PM   #21
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Re: Re: control box/lever

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I can supply you a single double or tripple unit with machined Billet handles or engraved round handles as per picture.
Also I can put your boat name into the top plate, as for the box / panel if you supply some basic measurements I can supply a complete unit in a choice of colours.
they look nice,what sort of price are they please,im thinking of a double
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Old 13-02-2006, 04:08 PM   #22
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FYI, Adam Younger at K4 Plus is one of our main UK distributors and is the best route for Boatmad members.

I have attached a couple of photos, if they come out they are: Our stand at Ibex, Miami October 2005 and a Cast Water Pick-Up on a Nor-Tech Super-Cat. Fort Myers.
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Ibex Oct 2005. Good place to show ya stuff. Closed early due to hurricane Wilma. We got just about the last plane out.
The picture is not that clear but it shows the carbon fibre suspended seat that we make for the new R.N.L.I. Tamar lifeboat.
The seat has been designed to take the impact of a big wave with a progressive damper. It normally has all of the electronic controls mounted onto both arms but for this show we mounted twin trottles and shifters on one arm and a ballast control lever on the other, plus trim buttons and ignition switch. Sold a couple to Atlas Hovercraft.
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Old 14-02-2006, 09:46 AM   #25
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Cyco, good looking kit, respect!
The only reason I try to stick to black is because it is easier for me to stock in bulk. I can anodise in any colour that is available but unless someone after a custom rig it's cheaper for the customer.
I exhibited at Ibex in Miami in October. Do you do anything in the States? Your stuff would go down well over there.
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Steve thanks for the complment.
Yeh I understand why you like black now!
Mine is quite easy at present as I only custom build and therefore hold only the machined components in stock.

No nothing states side at present, guess I should look into it this year, most of my stuff goes to ski racing boats.

I like the seat as well, bet there are a few ski racing observers out there wishing that they had one of those.

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Old 14-02-2006, 11:15 PM   #26
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Ibex Oct 2005. Good place to show ya stuff. Closed early due to hurricane Wilma. We got just about the last plane out.
The picture is not that clear but it shows the carbon fibre suspended seat that we make for the new R.N.L.I. Tamar lifeboat.
The seat has been designed to take the impact of a big wave with a progressive damper. It normally has all of the electronic controls mounted onto both arms but for this show we mounted twin trottles and shifters on one arm and a ballast control lever on the other, plus trim buttons and ignition switch. Sold a couple to Atlas Hovercraft.
I have had the pleasure of playing around a little on the tamar class that you talk about, as lifeboats go they are the dogs more like sat in the cockpit of a plane!!!
Also all the metalwork that goes into them is fantastic, but I would say that as my firm makes it!!!
Tamar class by the way gets its name as its built on the Tamar
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