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About WherryNice

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    Boats, cars, motorcycles, engineeringy type stuff of most kinds really.....and a whole load of other stuff too..

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  1. WherryNice

    Why Is It?

    Ray I reckon you will have the sealed type system on your boat(just seen her in another thread), both system types pump water from the river and out of the exhaust it's just what happens at the engine that's different. If you have domestic hot water heated by the engine then you have the sealed type and the potential for a heater too.
  2. WherryNice

    Why Is It?

    Should probably say that you can't do it on engines that are raw cooled, that is ones that suck water from the river, pump it around the engine block and then straight back out the exhaust. You need the sealed type system where the river water is used to cool the engines own coolant via a heat exchanger(this takes the place of a radiator such as used in a car).
  3. WherryNice

    Why Is It?

    You can go DIY and make something up yourself(my Dad had an old Fiesta heater matrix and blower fitted on one of their boats) or you can also get ready made aftermarket jobs from people who supply kit car/rally car type stuff too.
  4. WherryNice

    Addicted

    I went with Jeckells for my new canopy late 2016, it was spot on and with their winter discount offer quite well priced as well. I have also seen and heard good things about Bailey and Stone and would likley give them a try if I ever need more canopy work. Hope that's of some use
  5. WherryNice

    Rascal's Learning to Drive

    I have read somewhere that the film was made by a member of IAM(Institue of Avanced Motoring) and that the red car(Vitesse?)scenes and the one that got flashed/honked at were set up.......happy to be proven wrong though:)
  6. WherryNice

    Boat Archive

    Working for me just now, wasn't last night though.........glad it's not just me who would miss it:)
  7. WherryNice

    Harvey Eastwood 37

    Yup same thing(basically anyway), I dont know the all the ins and outs but I think Broom owned Aquafibre......
  8. WherryNice

    Mooring

    Hi Lucy, you might try Wayford Marine as I believe they offer moorings on a shorter term basis. I cant comment on what they are like to moor with as I have no personal experience of them but the site has been transformed in recent months.
  9. WherryNice

    Harvey Eastwood 37

    Hurrah, glad she is coming home! Am I right in thinking that some of these are half grp half timber and some are all timber?
  10. WherryNice

    Harvey Eastwood 37

    Hello, sorry I don't know the answers to your questions but just wanted to say good luck with the resto, I really admire these craft so it's great to see her being taken on by someone. Will she be returning to the Broads or staying north of the border? All the best!
  11. WherryNice

    My Day

    No worries there MM it's isn't a testable item so no chance of a fail. Even if the speedo itself wasn't working we would have a job to notice it in most cases as a roadtest isnt a standard part of the test. Incidentally the Mot test manual is available for anyone to see online, should you wish to have a nosey. I tried to do a link but couldnt get it to work, sorry.
  12. WherryNice

    Tudor Reformation

    Theres something a bit Wayford bridgeish about the background and I reckon it to be around 1962........
  13. WherryNice

    First Ever Time

    That's when it can get a bit tricky..........
  14. WherryNice

    First Ever Time

    I usually knock the first rhond anchor in with the back of the other one....
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