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Re: The easiest way ever, to insert your trolley.

Postby mingle » 31 Jan 2018, 18:07

maverick wrote:AI is just as easy.



Nah, my back probably isn't up to it, plus I have far too many cables, clips and other junk already! :-)

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Re: The easiest way ever, to insert your trolley.

Postby Yako » 31 Jan 2018, 20:24

mingle wrote: Nah, my back probably isn't up to it, plus I have far too many cables, clips and other junk already! :-)

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Go For Boonedox Mike. Deploy in the water as you get to the ramp, no back strain :thumbsup:
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Re: The easiest way ever, to insert your trolley.

Postby Jacko » 31 Jan 2018, 21:55

Yako wrote:
mingle wrote: Nah, my back probably isn't up to it, plus I have far too many cables, clips and other junk already! :-)

Mike.


Go For Boonedox Mike. Deploy in the water as you get to the ramp, no back strain :thumbsup:


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