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  1. #61
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    Hi Steve,

    I'd like a set of 30 d's with green webbing please??
    To Canoe is to be moved!!!

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    Just drop me a pm with your details and we can sort that out for you.

    cheers


    Now paddling Either a Gumotex Palava 400 Or a Gumotex Solar Pro 410c and LOVING IT!

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    How much are are the d rings mate ... they look good

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    I've had to put them up to 16.50 for a set of 30, the price includes the loops,stainless self tappers and postage ( 1st class recorded delivery)

    I just make them to order, if you'd like a set just drop me a pm

    kind regards

    Steve


    Now paddling Either a Gumotex Palava 400 Or a Gumotex Solar Pro 410c and LOVING IT!

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    Rancid

    Please could you do me a pack of 30 if your still doing these. They look great.

    Andrew

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    I'm sorry Andrew, I don't do these any more.

    You can get all the bits on ebay however and all you need is a hot knife to cut the webbing and a hot wire to make the hole.

    cheers

    Steve


    Now paddling Either a Gumotex Palava 400 Or a Gumotex Solar Pro 410c and LOVING IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rancid badger View Post
    I'm sorry Andrew, I don't do these any more.

    You can get all the bits on ebay however and all you need is a hot knife to cut the webbing and a hot wire to make the hole.

    cheers

    Steve
    Thanks Steve. Im prety handy but was interested to know what size and type of screw you used as you mentioned in an early post that you had experienced difficulty getting hold of the correct ones. I don't want to mess up!

    Andrew

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    Ah right! no bother, pm on its way shortly

    Steve


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