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  • rickyb
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    Not sure if it’s spelled laid or layed, but I sure am looking forward to it.

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  • 754
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  • eKretz
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    One of my items, 84 pieces, good shop set. Good price.

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  • A.K. Boomer
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    Originally posted by gellfex View Post

    I don't always get treated this nicely by Santa! I just tell myself (and the wife) that all my kayaks and fishing gear add up to a season's gas money on a real boat. As for getting there in a hurry, the rig has a surprisingly narrow wind speed window between 'why bother' and 'oh sh*t!' but my last trip of the season in late November was a great combination of fun sailing and awesome tautog fishing.
    That's funny - do you have to use a paddle brace for the gusts, you know - so you don't tip over?

    in whitewater I was known for being unsinkable on my right side --- used a scully stroke PB, the gift that keeps on giving :-)

    im guessing if your already at speed and you get hit by a side gust on the sail then all you have to do is drag a blade at an angle for bracing, that's what i do in the river if I have momentum...
    Last edited by A.K. Boomer; 12-24-2020, 03:26 PM.

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  • gellfex
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    Originally posted by A.K. Boomer View Post

    Very cool Gellfex, that'll get you from point A to point B in a hurry... im re-thinking the lump of coal i got - maybe could have done something better...
    I don't always get treated this nicely by Santa! I just tell myself (and the wife) that all my kayaks and fishing gear add up to a season's gas money on a real boat. As for getting there in a hurry, the rig has a surprisingly narrow wind speed window between 'why bother' and 'oh sh*t!' but my last trip of the season in late November was a great combination of fun sailing and awesome tautog fishing.

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  • BCRider
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    Machinery wise I finally bought myself a new AXA size wedge style QCTP kit that came with 6 holders instead of the usual 4. And as stocking stuffers an extra half dozen holders.

    And a bottle of Peat Monster whiskey.... Love those Islay whiskeys....

    And yes, how about a pic of the bike you're going to put the Cherries onto?

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  • Tundra Twin Track
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    Added to my Carbide &Drill bit collection it was so close to Xmas I couldn’t resist. Click image for larger version

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  • A.K. Boomer
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    Originally posted by gellfex View Post
    Christmas came early for me this year, I got a sailing rig for my kayaks in August. I'd been thinking of making something but this rig from kayaksailor.com was so damn clever I couldn't see myself doing better even though it was far from cheap.



    Very cool Gellfex, that'll get you from point A to point B in a hurry... im re-thinking the lump of coal i got - maybe could have done something better...

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  • RB211
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    rolling tabletop cabinet

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  • dalee100
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    Whiskey.

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  • 754
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    Originally posted by old mart View Post
    Whats the Cerianis for, obviously drum brakes, so its a vintage bike. I had some of their forks on a Greaves Pathfinder trials bike.
    Probably go on a cb 750 or xs 650.. used a lot on flat track and dragbikes.
    you can run a disc, tight though.. I actually managed to get a 300 or 320 mm rotor on one with 6 piston caliper... very tight..
    lower tree may be off a Greeves.. actually.

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  • I make chips
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    Vintage cerianis. Nice. What are they going on.

    Not much for chrissy. Little things like wuhanium carbide inserts, tap handle and other little ebay items that may or may not arrive due to the post office system being rubbish.
    Last edited by I make chips; 12-24-2020, 12:52 PM.

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  • gellfex
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    Christmas came early for me this year, I got a sailing rig for my kayaks in August. I'd been thinking of making something but this rig from kayaksailor.com was so damn clever I couldn't see myself doing better even though it was far from cheap.

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  • old mart
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    Whats the Cerianis for, obviously drum brakes, so its a vintage bike. I had some of their forks on a Greaves Pathfinder trials bike.
    Last edited by old mart; 12-24-2020, 12:23 PM.

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  • lakeside53
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    I got a day off from work so can tidy my shop. SWMBO has other ideas
    Last edited by lakeside53; 12-24-2020, 07:38 PM.

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