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Do you need to loan a pole Dave

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  • Do you need to loan a pole Dave

    Only have to ask
    Team Mosella Black Country

    Sex is like Poker.
    If you havnt got a good partner.
    Then you better have a good Hand

  • #2
    Feel free to donate your pro mate lol, when you get your Airity that is!

    Team mosella have bust about a grands worth of sections between us today lol
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    • #3
      Never mind mate, what pole you got and what section is broke
      Team Mosella Black Country

      Sex is like Poker.
      If you havnt got a good partner.
      Then you better have a good Hand

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      • #4
        Sensas 654 and section number 6

        jeff bust his today too

        considering another pole
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        • #5
          I will have a phone round tomoz for you
          Team Mosella Black Country

          Sex is like Poker.
          If you havnt got a good partner.
          Then you better have a good Hand

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          • #6
            much obliged mate.

            will be repairing/replacing sections then flogging mine i think. or keeping it as a spare (with 18 kits lol)
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            • #7
              My Pros for sale mate
              Team Mosella Black Country

              Sex is like Poker.
              If you havnt got a good partner.
              Then you better have a good Hand

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              • #8
                Do Not Sell It Til I Have Spoken To You!
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                • #9
                  Sladey also joined in.....his number six went as well!

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                  • #10
                    I bet there was at least one pole of every manufacturer that went bang in todays conditions, anyone using a pole at anything beyond 6-8 metres was asking for it to be bust.

                    www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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                    • #11
                      my 200 pound map handled it at 14 mtr the bloke next to me broke his diawa connaser though mmmm makes me wonder about these top poles

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                      • #12
                        Often a budget pole will be much softer, as opposed to a stiffer top of the range pole. The old adage 'if it doesn't bend it will break' applies here. In my opinion (even in the UK!) a stiff pole has far more advantages weighed against the possibility of wind breakages. Occupational hazard I guess.

                        Pole handling ability should not be underestimated when talking about breakages either.
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                        • #13
                          If you've caught up with larry teepot, I bet you are glad you didn't borrow one for today Dave
                          Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

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