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Old 13-11-12, 11:28 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by listerdiesel View Post

Why not keep the board off to one side to allow a clear view of the stuff behind?

(First thing that came into my mind on looking at the picture)

Doesn't matter with the Ruston as it is tall enough to be seen over the top of the boards, which are at ground level.

Yeah I happened to have forgotten the proper board that time, I usually put it in front of the bucket for the trickle cooler
Matt H
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