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    Default Re: Should the limit be raised?

    Last year I sold a as good as new (used 5 times) cruising chute on here for 750

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    cruising chute 200
    sailbag 200
    clip 200
    bit of string 150

    To be sold as a set - will not break it up.

    The forum police were after me then too - but the post did not get pulled.
    Maybe I should do that with the http://www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk/view/F126094/?

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    Best of luck with it Will, I would have had it myself, but as you may remember it was to tall for my anchor locker.
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    Sell 1/3rd shares in it! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

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    Keith, just out of interest, what is the purpose of the 200 limit?
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    Actually that gives me an idea! lease it! 200 per year, three years in advance with a 1 pepercorn payment in the fourth year (if you can be bothered)!
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    I imagine it is linked in with paying for advertisments with IPC's mags etc

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    There's an invoice in the post for triggering your idea!

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    Default Re: Should the limit be raised?

    Why is it that people like you cannot understand and be able to follow simple rules?
    If you want to rebel against the establishment go join a union and put a picket armband on or something maybe?
    It is clearly stated that it is a 200.00 limit to the forum and the majority of people like this and always have.
    If you want to sell more expensive items as you well know there are plenty of other places to sell them

    Joe

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    Traffic warden

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    Default Re: Should the limit be raised?

    You must be including me in your objection then.

    I think that if you read all the posts (see above) you will realise that we are not 'rebels' but are taking a pragmatic approach to the subject of the 200 limit, putting forward our argument for an increased limit.

    The majority of people who use the forum, a: Don't put items up for sale, and b: may not have had an item above the current limit.

    The request of us rebels is, I believe, to increase the level of the limit. Both buyers and sellers will benefit.
    "You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today
    And then one day you find ten years have got behind you"
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