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  5. I think it looks really nice there, except for that massive boat in the way....
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  6. Its every bloody river at the moment, got to keep Athys shares dividend up.
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  7. Saw-id! 🙂 It turned out to be a dodgy fuse holder near the batteries that the builder installed years ago when they fitted the original Eberspacher. When I replaced it and fitted the Webasto a couple of years ago I spliced into the same 12v cables and left that fuse & holder in place. Anyway I did a few continuity tests this afternoon in various places and discovered it was faulty. Replaced and all good now - thanks for the advice.
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  9. Or cheap babies nappies. Less embarrassing to buy if you're of a certain age.
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  10. A curiously accurate quantity. Had I cracked open 2 x 1L bottles of ATF, I'd have charged for two litres and left behind the remaining 0.4L.
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  12. Don't feel too bad, unfortunately it seems to happen far too frequently. How anyone can claim 14 hours for a service and injector change is beyond me, unless there was more work than listed. Even if they had their own pump room and overhauled the injectors themselves it still seems way, way too much time - especially as they seem to have caused an oil leak or failed to find it and fix it. I would just observe that when I tried to help someone avoid what looked like a setup for a similar experience a week ago I got insulted and berated for my efforts.
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  13. Let's just leave it there...😉
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  18. Dog poo bins removed, no boats, lots of dog poo fairy bags hung in trees....CRT cant have their cake and eat it. If you are encouraging dog walkers, and providing maps, you cant exactly say, we are removing dog poo bins and someone else should provide them.....can you??
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  19. I suppose I could recycle mine 😬
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  20. And you mounted it using mismatched pozidriv screws?? Surely a brass plate of that vintage would have justified brass roundhead slotted screws (with the slots lined up)!
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  22. Let’s see your canal badges here is mine we have collected over the years of canal boating Graham
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  23. Its not an advert, ebay is an auction to sell Or with a 'buy it now', an invitation to treat
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  24. Yeah, 3x Victron 330W poly panels should fit on there. They’re 6’6 x 3’6. Not much else would fit up there with them so I’d need to build some boxes I expect. I’ve found my new life goal.
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  25. Long ago after a near-unbelievable amount of time spent planning and designing, we crammed a full sized shower and separate bedroom into Starcoaster's 30ft Springer. Matty fitted it which I think took him about three times longer than he expected...
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  26. What makes you say that? My instantaneous is ideal.
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  27. There was a brief flurry of boats around lunchtime on the Leicester arm, we moored in a horrible place with no facilities at all, no hook up, no water point and no pump out. I dont recommend it at all.
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  28. 60% where both were functioning? That's a pretty good record, well above par for the last few years.
    1 point
  29. I've met Rob too, no bugs on him then?
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  31. Not the best pic as taken at full zoom-in on my phone, this morning on the Oxford just after Brinklow heading towards Hawkesbury. Unsure which ninja turtle it is.
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  33. What do you think a Beta43 hybrid electric drive diesel consists of then?? I've attached a pdf as someone told me you like those... https://pdf.nauticexpo.com/pdf/beta-marine/beta-hybrid-propulsion/19996-26574.html
    1 point
  34. I think they are all heading towards Chester & Ellesmere Port. Loads have past us in the last couple of days. Many have been historic or working boats too, and lovely it has been
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  35. I fear you may have been misled by the two recent posts (one of them mine), waking up a nearly three-year-old thread...
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  37. It's not really a change of position though. As per the original announcement, Calor are not going to be supplying any new cylinders in these sizes. All they are doing is allowing them to wither on the vine, rather than actively withdrawing them from service.
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  39. Yes, I am afraid so. A friend's Collingwood, sail away, fat boat has gone up from £65,000 to £115,000 in ten years, for the same specification. Mostly in the past three years.
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  40. Yes. It has a diesel "range extender"
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  43. So the black liquid in the bottom is likely to be 7 litres of water/antifreeze and a pint of black oil floating on the top.
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  45. Sometimes I wonder if servicing an engine introduces more faults than it prevents. Depends on how good (or not) the service technician is.
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  46. Looks to me as if the water pump drive belt is missing, so the engine will be overheating.
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  47. Here's mine... Impressive eh?
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