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Cheshire cat

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About Cheshire cat

  • Birthday 05/29/1958

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Timperley

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  • Occupation
    Retired
  • Boat Name
    Priscilla
  • Boat Location
    Stone

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  1. In what way is it nicer? I'm not challenging the statement. Just curious.
  2. I believe that bit of the link road has pumps installed but they arent working reliably
  3. It's now snowing hard in South Manchester and settling.
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  5. The batteries will outlast the fabric of the cars in most cases. There's bound to be early life failures but battery life is much better than sceptics expected. Nissan used to offer the batteries on lease but I'm not sure they bother doing that any more
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  7. Today's Times trails a piece that is in nature magazine about development of a lithium iron phosphate battery that has been developed at Penn State Unuversity. They are claiming it is cheap, cobalt free and recharges to privide a car range of 200 miles in 10 minutes. Unfortunately the published research is behind a paywall. The nature article
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  9. Ripple is a great name for a boat. Was it named after its wake or the quality of the welding? 😊
  10. RCR make a £1000 contribution to the cost of parts if you've got more than basic cover. Why would they be fleecing anyone?
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  12. Our shared boat used to push water through the tiller bearing housing at full throttle. I found out when going hard astern. Didn't seem to do any harm. I think you will find that rainwater has got in the bilge and although it's brown it's probably a superficial mixture of mud and light rust.
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