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Kendorr

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  • Gender
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    Hull

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    Retired
  • Boat Name
    KenDorR
  • Boat Location
    Blue Water Marina, Thorne

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  1. I have the same washing machine on a Victron Multi 3000, it works absolutely fine.
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  3. Yayyy, fiddle rail sent me to gallery rail and I now see exactly what I'm looking for. Thank you 🙂
  4. I'm after something similar to the pic. It stands 75mm high and the turned pieces are at 100mm on centres. I'm not sure what it is called, and my interweb search hasn't come up with anything similar. It must have been bought as a manufactured item as the time required to manufacture by myself would be rather high!! Anyone got any ideas as to where to search? Ta very glad, Kevin
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  6. I have a couple of these poles https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51wwJIOMsRL._AC_SL1500_.jpg They can be fixed across the boat and with some coat hangers you get plenty of washing on them.
  7. This cyclist also pays for his boat license every year and, through his taxes, pays for the general upkeep of everything the government choose to use the money on.
  8. I have a Barrus Shire 40 and a search of my home city showed AE Woodward North Bridge Works Lime Street Hull HU8 7AB 01482 329185 I ordered all the spares I was advised to get (various filters and alternator belts), they were happy to have them delivered to the marina and were priced lower than others had used. Well worth contacting if you're close.
  9. Something like this is a good tool to have for those small repairs https://www.toolstation.com/bauker-300w-multi-cutter/p54984
  10. It's here if you're interested in watching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4ugsEWTMlE&ab_channel=MartinZero
  11. Hi Gemma I'm no expert, just going by what I found out and tried out for myself a couple of years ago. Kevin
  12. Gad to see you're using the green tape. My own opinion - take the tape off as soon as you've completed the top-coat and it's gone 'tacky'. Leave this for a few days to harden, then re-mask for the details. Again, my opinion - 4 days won't be too bad in the current conditions, but to be safe, I wouldn't leave masking tape on that long. Sounds a bit of a faff, but much better than having to scrape off dried tape, then rub the paintwork down and start again!! Kevin
  13. I've used the same sort of magnets to hold the bow and stern doors open, they work very well.
  14. Welcome along. Your trip would be about 37 miles. Depending on your engine, it would be around 9 hours. You'd certainly make it through Torksey lock. Kevin Pipped at the post by Naughty Cal!
  15. Welcome to the forum. You may find someone, but that trip is 240+ miles and a good 14 days travel. I would check road transport as you may well find it to be the cheaper option. Kevin
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