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Old 14-01-2018, 18:39   #31
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Lord, and I thought the hot coffee lawsuit was bad
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Old 14-01-2018, 19:18   #32
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Lord, and I thought the hot coffee lawsuit was bad
Worse yet, both these procedures were in Canada and we are (were) not a litigious society.
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Worse yet, both these procedures were in Canada and we are (were) not a litigious society.
That's what happens w hen you live in a bad neighborhood!

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Re: Removing tension from windlass

I share the opinion that the load of an anchor on the roller should be no problem for a decent windlass. However, I use a shock cord not to relieve the load but to silence rattling.
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Way to get things back on track Dave
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