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Old 03-03-2013, 09:58 PM   #1
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Anybody know much about the little things!

I live on an island and have seen and used bigger jet ribs but after seeing a youtube clip of one been built (last post of mine on here)... just wondering of there stability and use on the sea?

Cheers Josh
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Anybody know much about the little things!

I live on an island and have seen and used bigger jet ribs but after seeing a youtube clip of one been built (last post of mine on here)... just wondering of there stability and use on the sea?

Cheers Josh
If you're referring to the NZ river jet boats they are best suited to flat water.
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