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Old 27-08-2021, 16:02   #91
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Re: Catamaran live-aboard advice

Goldenrivet that's why I love CF, I didn't realise there is a torque setting for battery lugs. That must have been in the instructions I dump in the recycling bin on my way down to the yacht. I can't help but think your doubling up on spanners could be solved by having a set of deep sockets instead. I am more about lateral thinking than carrying every spare I need.
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