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Old 26 July 2012, 09:04   #11
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Originally Posted by martini View Post
The injured guy was good looking and a bit of a ladies man I'm told
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ventilation obviously inadequate for whatever reason.
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Old 26 July 2012, 09:11   #12
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Old 26 July 2012, 09:30   #13
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Just wait until these Hybrid electric cars start blowing up while charging in the garage that will be one in the eye for them vegie eating ban the bomb freeks.
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Old 26 July 2012, 09:45   #14
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Ohh defo H2 blowing up from the state of the hull after watching the vid.
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Old 26 July 2012, 10:27   #15
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I've done that...

A numer of years ago I was trying to get one of our excavators to start-it had a flat battery. I went into the workshop and took off a large battery that was on charge and wondering if it was fully charged or not decided to use one of those rapid dischage things with the 2 prongs attached that you brigde the battery with .

Needless to say that as soon as I touched the battery it blew up sending the glass ball things through the steel roof!!

Thankfully as Willik can confirm it didnt spoil my good look , but it did make me repect batteries a little bit more.
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Old 26 July 2012, 12:10   #16
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That's nasty. Must be flooded lead acid batteries to get hydrogen at levels like that. Lithium cells tend to just burst into flame rather than detonate! Dangerous things- If ever there was a lesson in running your bilge blowers for a few mins before turning the key, this is it. I am pretty careful about running mine, but did wonder what the point really was. Though I doubt he had them on that rig at any rate

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