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Slim

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About Slim

  • Birthday 01/04/1947

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    Retired
  • Boat Name
    Vital Spark
  • Boat Location
    Near Cropredy

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  1. I would agree. I read the full article early this morning (only once) and have just scanned the posts on this topic. It's obvious that many are basing their opinions on very little of the information contained in the full article. Better be informed then debate. I also accept that the whole article could just be spin.
  2. Thank you for everything you've done recently and in the past . However, when you have the time and not before could you please translate your first sentence into English. Frank, AKA Slim AKA a luddite
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  7. How urgent is your need to know? As I said earlier I have a 3.5 kg Candy and were I able to go to the boat I could easily run it on a cold cycle via the inverter and keep a close eye on the battery monitoring. I'd only have to watch constantly during and just after the fill stage. I imagine I'll be going to the boat the first day I can. 🔭
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  10. I suspect that you've been looking at too many clickbaits on the internet.
  11. When I used Anderson plugs/sockets I used a hydraulic crimper. Mine has a capacity of 4 - 70 mm. One of those tools you don't us often but handy to have
  12. Not Aldi or even boat but Here at home I have a gas double oven, Every so often the igniter in the small oven 'fails'. (both large and small ovens are served by same spark generator so know it's not generator). A gentle rub with a finger is all that's needed. No obvious dirt, build up of deposits. It's worth a try if accessible.
  13. I'm on GiffGaff (O2 carrier) on a rolling monthly £6 contract. Unlimited calls, unlimited text and 500Mb data.
  14. Slim

    Cutlass bearing

    Both the shaft I replaced and the one I replaced it with had parallel gearbox ends, albeit with a keyway. The original gearbox coupling was parallel bored (R & D type coupling) whilst the Sigma Drive I now have also requires a parallel shaft.
  15. Are you suggesting Watneys Party 7 was not a premier ale. I remember looking out my wiindow at work and seeing Watney's beer being delivered by tanker and pumped direct into the pub opposite's cellar. 🍻
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