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  1. 7 points
    It’s good round left hand bends
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    If that scares you, you don't want to see what the LiFePO4 suppliers do ...
  4. 3 points
    Height in Crt measurements is one foot fourteen and a half inches.
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    Indeed. The power of the internet. 20 years ago when I lived on my first boat, if you wanted to ask a question you could ask a neighbour on the towpath and that was about it. 9 times out of 10 they were wrong. These days you just put out a question, get an instant answer or start a discussion, and at the end of it you'll have some answers and can make your own mind up. You can also go onto YouTube and see how to do practically any job. Isn't it great.
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    On the other hand, Audi indicators from a breakers will be in very good condition, due to their lack of use, but very cheap as there is no demand.
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    While their may be bigger issues on the subject, this is a canal forum, so the question is relevant. From previous threads on the subject I think HMRC actually want to permit the continued use of red diesel for boating bu it's the EU that are pressing it to be limited - I forget in what way. So I guess it depends completely on how much independance we have after this debacle is finished.
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    Arctic cable obviously comes on an Arctic Roll! Its what the eskimos use.......inuit (as smelly would say) Of course, an Eskimo roll is something entirely different......you can't have your a̶r̶c̶t̶i̶c̶ ̶r̶o̶l̶l̶ kayak and heat it. 🍰🛶⛄🍦
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    Arctic’s main benefit is its flexibility at low temperature. For fixed wiring inside a boat, I can’t see how that gives any advantage. When I made up a shore lead, I used arctic because it will be outside being flexed in the dead of winter. Inside, I wouldn’t bother Anyway, is “arctic” actually a spec or a protected trademark? I don’t think so. So depending on which “arctic” you bought, it might be better or worse than “non-arctic” for a fixed installation in terms of its sheathing quality etc. As a chartered engineer you will know that over-speccing something for the sake of it is how contracts are lost and budgets overrun.
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