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  1. On ‎11‎/‎04‎/‎2018 at 18:50, ranworthbreeze said:

    We advise all forum members not to show their registrations due to car cloning, a make, colour and the registration can be all that is needed for cloning.

    Regards

    Alan

    Agreed,

    But you can stand on the side of any road, any day, and get all the info you need as well.

     

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  2. On ‎25‎/‎06‎/‎2016 at 07:22, ranworthbreeze said:

    Just a word of warning!

    Please do not include any registration details of a vehicle that you currently own and more importantly the make, model and colour. 

    Regards

    Alan 

    Why is that Alan?,I love my number and want everyone to see it ,and obviously know that it is w44nty at the wheel

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  3. Hi, Steve, Great to hear you about again.     :smile: :smile: :smile:

     

    How's things on the river (or under the surface?).

    Hi John,not been on the river now for 2 years,my boat fund has been swallowed up looking after my son by getting a deposit on his flat,best to have it now than later I suppose.

     

    Life under the water has been fine,plenty of fishing,this time of year its mainly in the city stretches and Rockland Staithe.

     

    Regards to you and your good lady.

     

    The w44nted one is still ablut in the background


  4. Just a stupid thought Brandon,as it is your 1st 4 stroke engine,you did not put mixed petrol in the tank which you would have run your 2 stroke on ,the engine would have probably started using the fuel in the carb,and cut out as the mixture got through.

    Another issue could be the air valve is not allowing air into the fuel tank,if you tighten the cap too tight it will cause it to cut out under load,I had a similar problem with my first boat,I felt I right lemon when someone told me,not to tighten the filler cap too tight.

    I mean filler cap valve


  5. Just a stupid thought Brandon,as it is your 1st 4 stroke engine,you did not put mixed petrol in the tank which you would have run your 2 stroke on ,the engine would have probably started using the fuel in the carb,and cut out as the mixture got through.

    Another issue could be the air valve is not allowing air into the fuel tank,if you tighten the cap too tight it will cause it to cut out under load,I had a similar problem with my first boat,I felt I right lemon when someone told me,not to tighten the filler cap too tight.

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