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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby stonecoldpj » 26 Mar 2013, 21:50

Babylon wrote:PJ i have a Hobie cover for a Pa 14 its not a great fit but does the job,what i would like to know is can you shorten it to make a better fit and need 4 holes cut and sown around edges to pass tiedowns through.Cheers Babylon :thumbsup:

Can you send me some pics or give me a call, shouldnt be to much of a problem, get the cover to me and Ill sort it for ya :thumbsup:
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby eagle4031 » 27 Mar 2013, 21:59

Great players- it is what i need
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby Hayds » 15 Apr 2013, 18:36

PJ I have a customer here in Adelaide that is keen for on for his PA12 and happy to pay postage of you want to I can put a post up on kayakfisherssa forum might get a few more jobs for ya let me know
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby stonecoldpj » 16 Apr 2013, 21:14

Thanks buddy! Making one at the mo for a twelve so timing sounds perfect! Call ya this week bro!
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First PA12 Cover

Postby stonecoldpj » 18 May 2013, 04:55

Knogg was brave enough to leave his PA12 with me (for what Im sure seemed like about 12mths).... Here are the results :up:
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Uts a thung of Beauty :D :D
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby paddlepop » 30 May 2013, 18:03

Would a cover mean I can leave the yak outside rather taking up 1/2 the garage!!!
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby stonecoldpj » 30 May 2013, 18:44

paddlepop wrote:Would a cover mean I can leave the yak outside rather taking up 1/2 the garage!!!

Can't see why not!
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby Pearcy » 05 Jun 2013, 18:59

G'day PJ, saw these on Ebay and didn't know whether it was cost effective for you to add something like this to your list or not so thought I would whack up the link for you to have a look at, cheers, Pearcy.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Kayak-Paddle ... 0923789773
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Re: YakBags are here!

Postby stonecoldpj » 06 Jun 2013, 23:04

Good spotting Tony, pretty simple looking piece of kit.
Cheers for posting

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