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peterboat

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About peterboat

  • Birthday 03/19/1958

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    rotherham
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    cars and boats

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    retired
  • Boat Name
    To-Joyce
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    rotherham

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  5. Nick on a simpler voltage based system like mine, if my washer/dishwasher/electric kettle goes on it will knock down the meter from say 13.3 volts to 13.1 volts, as soon as the demand goes it will go back up to 13.2 volts. This was when I had 4 x 138 ah batteries, now I have 6 it will recover back to 13.3 volts. It doesn't seem to matter how discharged they are it point 2 of a volt down, and then back up, they really can hand out amps without the associated voltage drop
  6. He was on the cusp, just like he is on the cusp of becoming a leaver🤣
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  9. Most of us have the batteries in the cabin to keep them snug and cosy 😋
  10. I draw 3 pensions all related to my military service, I am 40% disabled so they are all tax free, I still managed to get just under 22 years in so feel that I kept my side of the bargain, would I do it again? Yes in a heartbeat for reasons many would never understand, but the ex forces ones would
  11. Not cheeky at all Richard I will WhatsApp or mail it to you when I get back off holiday you have seen the video of these batteries being checked it's that easy to make the lead, I have spare plugs so can send you one as well. When you install them connect the leads together as its easier to check them
  12. Good choice Richard and stick with low cycles, mine had stckers on them with the cycles on it, when I checked last cycles have gone up and I never ever do full cycles. As far as I know the temperature sensor works with the master Bms and doesn't do anything to the internal one. The quality of these batteries is very good and that's why I bought them.
  13. Same as Mike I would solder it up Mine split itself last year, it was repaired and is still giving good service, cause? Pressure vessel and prv failure
  14. I have heard you say the council thing before Mike it fills me with horror that idiots in offices don't live in the real world. Of course those same idiots have been putting children in boats recently but that was ok.......😪
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