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  1. Here’s a posh one... https://www.intellitecmv.com/products/power-inlet-stainless-with-cover-16a-250vac-2p-3w?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Google Shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5NmJ-v2Q7AIVGIXVCh18kALpEAkYEiABEgIML_D_BwE
  2. The MC description for the Morso insulated stainless steel flue with roof collar and chimney is very poor. This kit is expensive and differs to the standard steel flue and roof collar fitted to the majority of boats.
  3. That’s the insulated flue, not the standard metal pipe. The reason why it is so expensive is due to it being stainless and of course insulated. My boat has the same, nice pieces of kit.
  4. It’s probably more likely to be stupidity rather than laziness.
  5. CT1. Available from most trade outlets or online.
  6. On a related topic, if a 3kw inverter requires 95mm2 cables connected to the 12v battery bank (positive via the battery isolator) should the battery interconnect cables also be 95mm2?
  7. It would be great to see some examples of how it should be done. Are any pics available? The search facility and Google don’t appear helpful. Thanks.
  8. JP2 heads (+ spares if you look at the other items for sale from this seller) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lister-JP2-Marine-Cylinder-Heads/133457021426?_trkparms=aid%3D888008%26algo%3DDISC.CARDS%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200220090753%26meid%3D0d2c1e2d43fd446fa2a0c8a583a5f8a2%26pid%3D100009%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26sd%3D133456882533%26itm%3D133457021426%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2047675%26algv%3DDiscV1&_trksid=p2047675.c100009.m1982
  9. Same here for Craftinsure, reduced premium without a prod. Not had to make a claim yet, thankfully, but I’ve been with them for 12 years.
  10. Will this do it? http://burlen.co.uk/double-brass-banjo-1-4in.html
  11. At least you have an Epping. I’m on a waiting list for one. Working full time and tinkering at the weekends does not allow me to get on with it at a decent pace. Good luck with yours, for me it has been an interesting challenge.
  12. I used t&g matchboard on the sides and ceiling. The tongues were wood glued into the grooves along each length. After two years none have separated. Read Graham Booth’s bc article, specifically regarding the drop down bed flap. As part of my research I photographed Resolute’s back cabin - many thanks to Dave Moore for his help here. I also photographed Alcor’s back cabin and have pored over many bc images on the web. I posted a pic recently in the Scumbling thread but I find it astonishing that I am still building the bc two years after I started. Work gets in the way and I only have weekends to work on it.
  13. I use an oil based satin finish mixed close enough to chrome buff with light oak polyvine applied neat. Here are the results so far.
  14. RAP

    Epping stove spares

    Anyone know how to get hold of Pete at Brenmarl? The e-mail quoted by Rudefairy fails, as does the one on the Brenmarl website including the phone number. I’m after an Epping stove. Thanks.
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