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    wetsuit heater

    Quite a few brits have rigged up pissers on the handle bars to keep there hands warm. I,m wondering if anyone has taken this a step further and ran a pisser pipe into there wetsuit ? I am far more comfortable in my wetsuit than any drysuit as you just dont get that level of freedom in a drysuit. But geting cold is no fun, so
    what I was thinking was to utilise the disused oil tank as a holding tank. By doing this I would eliminate fast temp changes and would also add a level of safety as it would act as a steam blocker. Any sugestions to pipe size and taps


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    [QUOTE=beerdart;2128163]Wait for it!!!!!!

    it'l be fine with the thermostat removed

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    auto when we going to hit teignmouth??? eh?? your drive shaft fixed?

    i NEED to give my SLH a spanking!

    by a drysuit... or steamer wetsuit... and untill you do "hot hands" get some 5mm neoprene gloves. (sealed seams) work a treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by spannerspencer View Post
    auto when we going to hit teignmouth??? eh?? your drive shaft fixed?

    i NEED to give my SLH a spanking!

    by a drysuit... or steamer wetsuit... and untill you do "hot hands" get some 5mm neoprene gloves. (sealed seams) work a treat
    I,ve got a northern diver compresed neoprene dry suit and gloves, etc (my dive kit) and a 3mm sports suit. I just dont think I will be able to get back on the ski wearing the dry suit, as I am not as slim as I used to be lol. I,m not sure the slx will be done in time for easter but I am keeping my fingers crossed. I,m re-painting the rib's deck with anti-slip tomorrow so thats the last job for that one. Will be picking up the impellor on sunday for the slx and am waiting for an email about a used driveshaft and coupling. Still need to do the trailer bearings but thats only 1 hours work. I may just bang it together with the old shaft for now and see how it goes. But I will be down there one way or the other as I need to de-winterise my static caravan and give it a wash. I can get rib and ski down there easly as there will be 2 tow vehicles.

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