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Chris G

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    Retired mechanical engineer & computer programmer
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  1. Large enough skin tank to cool the full power of the engine.
  2. On a PC or laptop: Bigger text, "Ctrl+"; Smaller, "Ctrl-", Reset to default "Ctrl0".
  3. Lots of tiller extensions here: Dinghy tiller extensions.
  4. Works fine with a mouse and Windows 10 on a desktop.
  5. Some bicycle tyres have Schrader valves.
  6. There's a Spital Hill in The Wirral.
  7. There are six on the Welsh Highland Railway - repatriated from all over the world, I believe.
  8. Built for Baddesley Colliery at Atherstone. Is at Bresingham, https://preservedbritishsteamlocomotives.com/beyer-peacock-company-works-no-6841-william-francis-0-4-00-4-0t/ . Restoration is in the offing.
  9. North Walsham and Dilham Canal Trust The River Gipping Trust
  10. North Walsham and Dilham Canal and possibly the Ipswich & Stowmarket Navigation.
  11. Could try Wesley Marine Windows, http://www.wesleywindows.co.uk/index.php?id=3 . They do shower doors 1600, 1700 & 1800mm high.
  12. Red thing is a hydraulic control valve. Green tank is hydraulic oil reservoir. Do you have hydraulic drive or a hydraulic bow thruster?
  13. Alternatively: Click Ctrl+0 (that's a zero) for 100%; Ctrl+ to get bigger and Ctrl- for smaller.
  14. Try and make sure that the drill bit doesn't "grab". If it does, the rivet may spin, making it much more difficult to drill out.
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