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Duck-n-Dive

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    North West

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    Engineer, Brewer, Distiller
  • Boat Name
    Duck-n-Dive
  • Boat Location
    Lots of places

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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a forum which requires at least 10 posts to view.
  2. Yes, I went to Yorkshire a couple of years ago, but I got away with it as I had a mascot on the boat
  3. I've been to Yorkshire. It's the other side of that hill. @tonyreptiles when do you want this doing?
  4. I was wondering if there was a problem with the outlets holding waste, but I was thinking about stuff solidifying in the pipe. I thought proper sanitation hose wouldn't let smells through. I am torn between the two at the moment. Stainless is cheaper (surprisingly) and according to some people it will last longer, however the plastic tank I looking at doesn't need side support, and you can see the level in a plastic tank by shining a light through it, just in case the level gauge fails.
  5. This is not a fashion question. Plastic waste tanks I have seen have a dip pipe for the "extraction" with a connection on the top of the tank. I have seen a couple of stainless tanks, where the pump out connection is simply a connection off the side of the tank at the bottom. Does any body know which is better, or is it just a preference?
  6. I'm keeping an eye on this topic as I am replacing my waste tank in the new year. If the second hand waste tank market picks up that will be good, I am working on the principle that it went in the boat, so it should come out again. What could possibly go wrong ? 💩
  7. Both Webasto and Eberspacher need a good circulation to get rid of the hot water that they are generating., so you need to keep the flow going. If they don't have enough load, they will start and stop which will reduce the life dramatically. 1. Ideally the main flow should be in 22mm with 15mm T to each radiator. 2, Remove all thermostatic valves and leave all of the valves open 3, Make sure any branch through the calorifier is fitted with a 3/4 closed isolator to reduce the flow throught the coil. 4. Make sure the header tank is in the Return to the webasto, not the flow.
  8. And it left me in that state of indecision, do I run to help, or run to get the camera...
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  12. I charge £95 for fuel polishing, but you will lose a hefty percentage of what you think you have as some of the volume is water and other crud. I would suggest that you would be better spending the money on some locktight, and then checking all the fuel fittings for tightness.
  13. Are you expecting anything for a boat to be cheap ? I find that stainless lasts better than plastic. Looks better too.
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