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Movin' on last won the day on November 6 2018

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  1. The "entitled" generation at their best 😠 - a timely reminder of why we decided to leave the canals behind - particularly after 3 separate incidents of trouble with this generation in Gas St last year. A result of CARTs outdoor gym propaganda......................happy for them to get on with it now we aren't involved or affected.......................society has moved on faster than we want to.
  2. Ask local boatyards to your new boat - I have just saved over £1k by shopping around - £3k down to £1.8k (fro NI to England) - this wasn't a return load just a local haulier to the boat.
  3. Interesting this debate as your holiday is another persons business and whilst holidays are frowned upon everything possible is being done to encourage business activity I hope this is all OK as my new boat is coming into Wales from Northern Ireland on Monday en-route to Stourport for a Tuesday launch 😩.
  4. RS said OK for continuous use so long as they were well ventilated esp underneath it did get hot but they do have a safety trip and mine never tripped in an engine room
  5. and ..........if he's good enough for Mr Dave Moore to recommend - don't bother looking anywhere else 😂
  6. Sorry don't know how to do links but if you go to RS components and put isolation transformer into the search engine then "safety site transformers" yellow boxes they are there Just done it - cant remember which one I had though sorry Wife just found receipt! - their ref 122-6709 3kva portable isolation transformer £160 ish
  7. I was just passing on my own purchase which I think was app £180 delivered. I always take the view with electrics that you get what you pay for and this was also wanted as a precaution against corrosion from permanent hook up to poor shore based electrics
  8. Keep them coming - great stuff................ Thanks
  9. Enjoyed that - thanks - also the era of my model railway!
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  11. WD40, cable ties, a good adjustable spanner and tank tape - in 50 years I've never needed an inspection camera🙃 and yes as others have said a spare of everything sensible - esp an alternator, fan belt and a water pump
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  13. A good clean usually sorts it but it is very often fluff so perhaps try a hoover first if you can get it in before you dismantle your "galley"
  14. The closer you can get it to you the better - even if it involves additional transport cost - you will enjoy the process more and find it much easier to deal with esp deliveries and keeping on top of the process esp quick 1/2 jobs in an evening to maintain progress ie "this just needs another coat before I can move on" Have you decided on her beam yet Have fun we need pictures..........
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