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Bobbybass

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Bobbybass last won the day on March 20 2014

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About Bobbybass

  • Birthday 07/17/1956

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    Male
  • Location
    Seaford, East Sussex.
  • Interests
    Boeing 737 flying, Canals. Sunshine, Warmth, Cats, Wildlife ,Boats, Suzi Perry, Spanners,Pretty ladies, Warm fuzzy feelings you get from brandy !!..warm fuzzy feelings you get from brandy when thinking about Suzi Perry...
  • Occupation
    Retired dosser
  • Boat Name
    Miss T Morning
  • Boat Location
    Newbery

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  1. I use a multi tool...and a stack of blades..it's like a power chisel and can undercut the bitumen.
  2. I use a battery multi tool......and slice with the blade like a power chisel to remove the blacking. You need a lot of blades as they heat and melt the blacking. Then.....flap wheels...... Sorry....but I think you're back to square one.....
  3. Just seen a news article....that although the UK is ok for petrol supplies, a sixth of diesel comes from Russia with suppliers running short. The government is supposedly pondering a diesel rationing system in the near weeks. I wonder how that would affect us...🤔
  4. Is it very old ? Thetford have a three year guarantee on much of their range. It's not a ....return to base.....they will send an engineer canal side....they did with me.
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  8. Sorry.... My phone is very limited and I didn't realise it had already been posted. Please ignore.... 😳
  9. I've just put a link in this section...to a comprehensive article about overplating. You may like to read it....
  10. This makes for sobering reading. https://www.iims.org.uk/the-dangers-of-overplating/?fbclid=IwAR3yy0NuKt6avkd4q1AdINCFeClXg5SwKOh95AGOevLpRZz1YTblGRBEFA0
  11. As I said previously.....I was ok for about five week on the Thames.. couldn't feel better....but then became very ill with a helicobacter infection.... commonly caught from contaminated water. This was confirmed by hospital tests. Interesting this article just appeared: https://www.mylondon.news/lifestyle/food-drink/youtuber-feels-ill-after-catching-21709117
  12. I can't be definitive about this but : last year I did a Thames run for two months. Towards the end I was getting horrible acid indigestion and reflux. It got worse and I was chewing my way through boxes of Rennies. When I left the boat the problem carried on until one night I was ambulanced to hospital with a bleeding ulcer. I stayed there for a week while it settled and tests concluded I was suffering from helicobacter pylori...a nasty but common infection often caught from contaminated water. It is the most common cause of ulcers. As I said....not definitive...but timing wise I have my suspicions. 🤔
  13. My thoughts exactly... You don't want your engine compartment filling with carbon-me-backside. I'd put my hand over the outlet...and blow...and make sure it's sealed...
  14. Silly I know ....but : it says charging and AC available.... I've got a manual landline switch over i left my battery charger in circuit when i was not on the landline....and turning the Inverter on...starter charging the batteries. Trouble was...I was charging them from themselves...so it read 14.2 volts....but they were dying !.
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