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Old 31 March 2010, 16:46   #11
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Is it TCW3 you need?
Hi yes it is for my 150 mariner.
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Old 31 March 2010, 16:48   #12
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In the Olden Days () I would have put the kettle on and sat back while Codprawn did battle with the Proper Oil squad.

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Quite right 'W'. Thats exactly who I was looking for as I do remember him going on somewhat re Morris!

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Old 31 March 2010, 16:49   #13
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This is what I use, got a drum of it sat in the shed:

http://www.morrislubricantsonline.co...?idproduct=164
Hi Chewy do you buy the 25ltr?
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Quicksilver... that gets my vote. This is like arguing over recognised brand fuel v's supermarket fuel. It's okay now and again, but you can't beat the proper stuff.
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Quicksilver... that gets my vote. This is like arguing over recognised brand fuel v's supermarket fuel. It's okay now and again, but you can't beat the proper stuff.
Bad analogy seeing as all supermarket fuel comes from the same refineries and storage terminals as the stuff in the 'branded' garages...
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Well I've got 100 litres of Quicksilver tcw3 left over from when I had a big 2 stroke. I'm slowly using it in other equipment but if you're ever this way I could spare some for what it cost me, about 1.75/litre.
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Well I've got 100 litres of Quicksilver tcw3 left over from when I had a big 2 stroke. I'm slowly using it in other equipment but if you're ever this way I could spare some for what it cost me, about 1.75/litre.
Hi JW thanks where exactly are you?
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Hi the problem is that I am way down bottom of Ayrshire and in truth I amnever over your way but in the near future if I know of a mate that is can I give you a shout?
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