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Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

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stegra

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  1. Seems unlikely that they would recommend towing it past their own boatyard to a rival company's.
  2. I suggest calling RLL Boatyard. They're only a couple of miles away. If they are unable to send a mechanic out, they may be able to recommend someone.
  3. Have you thought about trying RLL? They are a lot closer than Bristol, and I believe they have a tug.
  4. And £2.89 for a pack of 5
  5. Have you already ordered it? If you're going for something like that I would think a standard reciprocating saw would be best. They use standard blades available in various lengths for different materials, and far cheaper per blade. You can normally find a non-branded one for £50 or less. https://www.toolstation.com/bauker-850w-reciprocating-saw/p72261 https://www.toolstation.com/power-tool-accessories/cutting-blades/reciprocating-saw-blades/c1004
  6. And give them a good rinse if you are into recycling used items.
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  8. I believe this type of olive is known as a bite ring; used in hydraulics. They work differently to olives in that they form a bell shape on the end of the pipe. I can't find anything that small online but the link shows some larger ones. https://uk.rs-online.com/mobile/search.html?searchTerm=Bite+rings+
  9. I think it will just make the inverter controller think there's ample charge and shut down. That's my experience, anyway.
  10. Try googling "q-lon" or "q-lon door seal" Edit. Or qlon
  11. My boat was two pack primed when new. The deck areas are still in primer two years later with no ill effect. Can't help with the brand of paint, unfortunately.
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  13. Here's a post from a couple of years ago on using gun-grade foam:
  14. You'll find it's easier to apply the foam to the Celotex on a flat surface then press it into place.
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