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1947 Brush Pony milk float for sale?

We are thinking about selling our 1947 Brush Pony milk float, affectionately known as "Florence". Florence was built in Loughborough by the Brush Electrical
martinhove
19 Sep
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Re: Up for Grabs

I failed the fraud checks…how rude. I am who I say I am with the Nipper float. [cid:image001.png@01D2D63B.43324C30] [Checked_Logo_2017]
    Jonathan Smith
    27 May
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    Re: Up for Grabs

    Hi Jonathan, I am possibly interested in making offers on some of your items. Would be interested in seeing the same first if possible and depending on how
    milkmark@...
    27 May
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    Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

    Hi all, Crompton batteries used to have the "baskets" in too, we always topped up so as we could see the water, not too much mind or it could bubble out whilst
    michael Collingswood
    26 May
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    Up for Grabs

    Hi all. Having finished the 'Nipper' Milk Float and exhibited at the NEC last year I find I have left over some very nice Milk Float associated 'goods' no
      Jonathan Smith
      26 May
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      Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

      Hi Tim, it shouldn't be necessary to charge the battery again. Another useful tool to have is a hydrometer to check the electrolyte SG after charging. Sent
      nicholas maskell
      18 May
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      Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

      Thanks both for the advice! I have found that if I fill the cells until the water just begins to enter the baskets, the plates and separators are fully covered
      Tim Fardell
      18 May
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      Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

      Hi Tim, I worked with electric vehicles all my working life both milk floats and later in the forklift industry and you should always have electrolyte covering
      nicholas maskell
      16 May
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      Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

      Hi William, Thanks for the reply - I would certainly agree with you. That's a very good idea - I will top up one cell to just above the plates, and see what
      Tim Fardell
      16 May
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      Re: Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

      Hello Tim, I would suggest that the plates must be covered by electrolyte at all times, that no part of the plates should be exposed to the air. I have no
        W MORRIS
        14 May
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        Battery Husbandry - When to add water?

        Hi all, I purchased some new Hawker lead-acid batteries about 4 years ago, supplied by CBL Electric Vehicles. These cells have plastic "baskets" under their
        Tim Fardell
        14 May
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        Re: : Nipper

        Sorry Jonathan. I have closed the web site. [cid:image006.png@...0BC8A0] [Checked_Logo_2017] [Image result for rsph]
          Jonathan Smith
          20 Mar
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          Milko has a much needed update and is now on Facebook.

          Dear Milko members, for a long time now Milko has not been as user friendly due to Yahoo changes supposedly for the better ! Of course the natural way forward
          gonadmilk
          18 Mar
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          : Nipper

          Hiya...just tried looking at thatmilkfloathing.com and got an error meesage:-(
          joshhayles
          17 Mar
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          : Re: [milko] Re:: preserves ( Now a bit of a Jam )

          Hi Richard I did not post any attachments was letting Graham know I could direct him in case he could not find any photos himself I worked for Daisy Dairy when
          markrobinson127
          17 Mar
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