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  14. Still a work in progress but I have now got a usable printed timing tool for the 1500. To make it involved learning how to use CAD software which was an interesting lockdown distraction. It took about 9 hours to print in total, I'm sure the printer settings can be tweaked a bit to reduce that, perhaps that'll be the next lockdown project.
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  17. Indeed, no one questions that you are doing it 'right', but not many have your land-based facilities. Who was it, just a couple of days ago, who said they'd put the liquid in the hedge bottom and the part-composted solids in the bin ?
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  23. White cock-up juice (aka Tippex) required. N
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  31. I managed to persuade the boss to let me have a 4WD vehicle as a company car (well I needed it for launching the boat on the beach), Car delivered and as part of the sale I was given a 'one day course' on off-roading in an old quarry - amazing what it would do !!! Anyway the following week it snowed heavily roads blocked etc etc so I decided to visit one of our branches at Aldridge. The roads thru the industrial estate were compacted to ice but I kept going until I got to a hump-backed bridge over the canal - it was very 'polished' due to the number of cars that hadn't made it
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  36. A giant swan would have made an excellent CaRT on the water employee. Checking boat licenses, mooring overstaying, anglers permits and slowing down speeding cyclists. Enforcement would come with a broken arm from a single wing blow. Much more effective. If the swan is hissing, your license is missing! Broken arm. What's the reason? You're fishing out of season!
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  37. I've never seen a white back cabin range but some did come in vitreous enamelled finishes around the 1940's. There's currently a Belle on Ebay in grey, and in my restoration corner there's a Dover that was originally green and a tiny Bandera No1 in pale grey. The problem is the enamel suffers from corrosion quite easily and is very expensive to have refinished. There's only a couple of places in the country that do it and as the process involves grit blasting and heating to an extremely high temperature there's a good chance of breakages on fragile parts.
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  38. It's not a new logo, though, is it? The big information signs at places like Foxton have the logo and the sweeping different blue colours -- and they've just used a bit of the shape rather than the logo on its own. Such as on the vans as above, or this downloadable map:
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  39. Somebody has filled ya bottles with butane 😎
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  40. Well it's a start, just need to work back down GU to Berko
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  41. Who is going to know you are running a boat on diesel that has not had the relevant duty paid? Crack on I say
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  43. The Canal & River Trust has a statutory obligation under the 1968 Act to maintain the Grand Union Canal for wide beam boats max 3.81 metres (12 ft 6 in) beam between Camp Hill and Berkhamsted. It can (and does) impose navigation restrictions e.g. for passage of the tunnels.
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  44. Agree the rules with the crew. Close toilet lid and stand bottle of bloo on top. Go outside. Empty/exchange cassette. Inside. Prime cassette. Put bloo away. No risks 🙄.
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  47. Hello! My name is Max, I'm hopefully going to be one of the community soon, on the hunt for my first boat. Been a guest on the forum for a while, seems like a good community and lots of great bits of info! Cheers to all!
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  49. The one thing for the 'emptier' to check is that the bowl is empty before removing the cassette. If you don't you can guess where the bowl contents end up as you slide the cassette out. (It only happens generally if you have a 6 year old grandchild with you though, and they have forgotten to empty the bowl contents into the waste tank).
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