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- Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:16 pm
- Forum: Shooting the breeze
- Topic: DIY Engine alignment
- Replies: 19
- Views: 9108
Is this going to solve the sudden engine noise change as we are motoring along at full throttle , doing 2,000 rpm at 5-ish knots? It might stop my heart lurches that happens. By the way, thanks for all the advice boys. The loose bolts might but you've still got a problem if you are only getting 200...
Bought new rope for genoa sheets last season and thought I'd try the cow hitch. I was a bit dubious thinking it may slip but it never has. Maybe more to do with the rope being braid on braid. easy enough to get undone end of last season. I wish I'd used this method years ago. never catches now when ...
I suppose it depends what boxes we are talking about. Do you have broadband at the moment? If so you have a Broadband router or hub or modem or whatever you want to call it? What is it plugged into? It can't be plugged into a box outside. Sorry for all the questions. Don't tell anyone but I just hap...
I was under the impression Fibre conversion is now just done at the Cabinet and the cust plugs the new router in themselves. Only of there is a problem does an engineer come out to the premises. Have you tried plugging it in?
- Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:59 am
- Forum: Around the Scottish Coast
- Topic: North Ayrshire Moorings
- Replies: 4
- Views: 6180
I'm also a bit confused by the free part because I know there are people getting "trained" to go out in a boat and collect the mooring fees at Cumbrae. It should be interesting to see how it all goes.
- Wed Mar 23, 2016 1:41 pm
- Forum: Around the Scottish Coast
- Topic: Cooncil Moorings Brodick
- Replies: 0
- Views: 9584
Being laid today. The council seem to have their act together this year and got them in before Easter even though it's early this year. I believe Millport were done yesterday but there is some carry on going on there with new moorings and charges at £10 a night. Not sure if the previous council ones...
I used http://www.signsexpress.co.uk in Irvine. handy for me maybe not so much for you but they have a place in Hillington. Very reasonable prices prob because they aren't just for boats.
Thank you ever so much - I think you have just helped me to understand why we have so much trouble with our phone..... Ah don't worry the stuff in the top pic is not carrying traffic anymore. The little wires in the bottom pic are however carrying thousands more calls than the nice coloured ones ev...
Oh goody - will they be in colour? Of course The old way with bits of waxy string and a certain amount of skill and dexterity. http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r279/boobytrapper/WP_20160322_16_33_32_Pro_zpsajv9d7cp.jpg The new way which anyone can do. http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r279/booby...
- Fri Mar 18, 2016 5:19 pm
- Forum: Gear and Gadgets
- Topic: Garmin GPS128 - is it the internal battery? (Again!)
- Replies: 15
- Views: 11789
You were lucky Ian. I remember you posting at the time. I tend to scoff at people who get suited, booted and goggled when presenting a basic experiment (or whatever) on TV, but your incident puts things in perspective. The nearest thing I had to your kitchen incident was trying to rejuvenate a tin ...
I tidied up the NMEA junction by careful planning, GPO-type harness lacing, and re-allocating various talkers and listeners. . We've moved on now Bill. Sadly it's just all cable ties. None of the old lacing skills and tools needed. Only thing we have to be sure of is no jaggy ends left. When I work...