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Old 27 July 2014, 03:40   #251
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Not a problem edd, glad to see you back. My mrs was happy as well cos she had been lined up to bring tent and rations over to Holyhead and it saved her a journey. Boat looked great in the water. See you for moelfre 👍👍
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Not a problem edd, glad to see you back. My mrs was happy as well cos she had been lined up to bring tent and rations over to Holyhead and it saved her a journey. Boat looked great in the water. See you for moelfre 👍👍
what do you mean 'looked great in the water'? whenever we saw it it was definitely OUT of the water! awesome bit of kit that ed, even if i didnt get on her!
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what do you mean 'looked great in the water'? whenever we saw it it was definitely OUT of the water! awesome bit of kit that ed, even if i didnt get on her!
Next time sir,, Was worried about the amount of two stroke I has lost and these yams love a gallon per 70 ltrs fuel. Most of mine ended up in the cough skerries
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Hi mate, can you do me a favour and ask that chap at henshaws for a quote on new tubes, 5.3m tornado,,mine are totally wrecked now after yesterday when one of the seams came apart and I was carrying about 100 gallons of water back to ty calch ,,,full throttle all way back from puffin and only doing 6 knots!!! Cheers. Ian
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Old 27 July 2014, 08:54   #255
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i could have spared a litre of oil if i knew you may need it. i always carry extra
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i could have spared a litre of oil if i knew you may need it. i always carry extra
I had 5 ltrs spare but put it in once I dumped 10 ltrs at the skerries,, just made me nervous in case the cap was fooked,,

And yes turns out the cap is brittle. New one ordered ,, that is what happens when an engine is stood up for 5 years in a shed ,
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im sure the smile that it put on your face made it all worth while though!
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Old 27 July 2014, 14:00   #258
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Anglesey Camp & Fishing weekend 26th-27th July

Wow!! What a fantastic weekend fishing didn't go to well we had a hand full of fish between us don't know where they'd all gone to 😳, new boat looked awesome Ed glad you enjoyed the trip mate, cheers for wood fester kept us warm till about 1am in the morning mate 😎👍& thank & to all the lads for making the weekend great company here's a few pic's


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Old 27 July 2014, 14:20   #259
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Next time sir,, Was worried about the amount of two stroke I has lost and these yams love a gallon per 70 ltrs fuel. Most of mine ended up in the cough skerries
No real experience of auto lubes ....

A standard 2 smoke runs on 1:50 or 1:100. Does that not mean you'd only need 700 - 1400ml of oil for a 70 litre fill. Even at 1:25 which would be smoky you would roughly be half a gallon .. So apart from you like to cover half of daffodil land in oil why are you using so much...
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