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- Thu Jul 31, 2008 5:33 pm
- Forum: Advanced Frame Convertible & Advanced Frame 2
- Topic: How to stay dry in the convertible?
- Replies: 2
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Since ive had the convertable ive always used a camping mat directly on top of the floor. I started of learning in it just fishing in the loch to get used to paddling and also wanted to avoid hooks in the boat and sand directly onto the exposed tube floor. The tubes hold it in nice and it prevents w...
I just got my AFC about 3 months ago, ive been practicing for 2 months in my favorite fishing loch near blairgowrie and have just done my first long run on loch tay this weekend, there was a Quadathlon on at the same time, crazy people swam the loch, ran 7 munroes canoed 5 miles and then cycled abou...
I already put info on this pump on another post, but it looks to be better than any electric or manual pump ive seen so far, smaller, faster and no batteries either.
- Tue Jul 15, 2008 2:51 pm
- Forum: Advanced Frame and Advanced Frame Sport
- Topic: water pools on the deck then drips through the zipper.
- Replies: 13
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Ive got the AFC and there is a 1inch hole at the back where the zips dont quite meet up when one of the decks is put on. Im thinking about slotting a bit of rope between the lips on both edges of the zip so that it would sit right on top of the zip and the edges and sort of fill the gap between them...
- Tue Jul 15, 2008 2:31 pm
- Forum: Pumps
- Topic: Smaller alternative for air pump?
- Replies: 15
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Hi, just have had the advanced frame convertable for a few months now, and although im normally paddling solo and have generally plenty of space on board ive always thought that the large pump was taking up a lot of volume. Ive been looking around for a better solution and thought about a foot pump ...