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re: Lake Fork Lures - ducksnbass
I use their LFT worms a lot (TX rigged) Had a lot of success with them. Magic Shad is a good little bait at times too. I used to live near their factory store in Emory, TX. Would stop by there every trip to LF. Note: Don't leave inside your truck on a hot day. That smell will take forever to...
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re: I'm really angry at a turkey and this doesn't help - ducksnbass
Gotta be fake. Everyone knows you can't get a turkey that close without a shotgun covered in the newest, ultra-realistic, camo. 3" chamber too. He'll never kill anything being that under gunned....
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re: What's the biggest tire I can reasonably run? - ducksnbass
[quote] I'm over the oversized mud tires on a daily driver.[/quote] I'm really leaning toward just an A/T tire. I've had mud tires on trucks before and I know what you mean. I'm not the best at keeping up with rotating them and they can get out of whack quick. ...
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re: What's the biggest tire I can reasonably run? - ducksnbass
[quote] they were selling for like $278/each to the door. [/quote] From where? [quote]You will need a leveling kit for 35"s[/quote] I have a 2.5" level...
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re: What's the biggest tire I can reasonably run? - ducksnbass
[quote]Thdy make 35x11.50r20 tires. You probably wouldn't rub.[/quote] Yeah I know, but I'm finding when I look at weird sizes the price goes up substantially. Y'all got me seriously considering some 35x12.50's. Hmm... ...
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re: What's the biggest tire I can reasonably run? - ducksnbass
[quote]I ran 35x12.50R20 Toyo open country M/t on my 2011 with a 2.5" leveling kit. It only rubbed the upper control arms at full turn. [/quote] Stock rims? ...
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What's the biggest tire I can reasonably run? - ducksnbass
2011 F150 KR 4WD on stock 20's with 2.5" level? Currently running 275/65 R20 BFG AT KO's which are roughly 34" x 11". It looks like I have room to fit a 35" diameter tire but 12.5" width looks like it would hit the UCA. I'm looking at 305/55R20 and 295/60R20. Any experience with those sizes? ...
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re: Hog hunting with a .22 mag? - ducksnbass
I have a friend who's killed a pile of hogs with a 22mag. My issue is finding them in the scope and making a good shot when things are hot and heavy. I was squirrel hunting with my 22mag a few weeks ago and walked up on a pig that was laying in a mud hole. We both saw each other at the same time....
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re: Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
UPDATE: Truck is still at the dealership. They can't tell exactly where my oil leak is coming from so they haven't even started looking at the noise from the front end. :rolleyes: Will update again when I get some more info....
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re: Anybody own a Benelli M2? - ducksnbass
[quote]If I bought another beneli, that would be it. Currently have an m1 super 90.[/quote] Same here. Love my M1. I think the recoil spring is starting to get weak though. May add one of the Wolff 25%+ replacements this year. I don't think you'd go wrong with the M2. ...
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re: Picked up SBE 3 at lunch today - ducksnbass
[quote]If you think an old Auto 5 kicks bad then either A)you don't know how to set the friction rings up right [/quote] ^9 times out of 10, it's this. ...
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re: Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
Thanks for the Replies, I'm going to take it in this afternoon anyway. Had to have the wiring harness for the alternator and electronic assisted power steering replaced a couple of weeks ago. (it came loose and rubbed a hole in the insulation) They also found an oil leak but couldn't locate it so ...
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re: Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
[quote]Is it also lifted? If so that can put a lot of pressure on the front drive axle shafts and joints.[/quote] just a 1.5" level. 275/65/20 BFG's on stock rims. ...
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re: Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
[quote]No check engine light or anything? If not, could be a hub issue.[/quote] Nope, no engine light, no light of any kind. ...
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re: Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
[quote]Ecoboost or 5L? [/quote] Sorry, that would help. It's the 5.0L I only really notice it at low speeds, Example, I noticed it backing out of my driveway this morning, (long flat driveway) and driving on my street. 15 mph or less. Not sure if it's doing it at higher speeds, I have BFG K...
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Paging F150 Mechanics - Update in Original post. - ducksnbass
I have a 2011 F150 4x4 that has started making a low growling noise. It's not constant but I really noticed it this morning like it's getting worse. I switched to 4HI this morning going straight down the road to see if it would change anything and the driver's side front end popped a couple times....
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re: Share experiences of your kid's first kills - ducksnbass
This was last year when my son was 11. I've been primarily a duck hunter for the last 15 years or so. He's been going with me since he was 6 or 7 but over the previous couple of seasons he wanted to go deer hunting. Last season we were about to go duck hunt on a friend's property and I knew he ha...
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re: Lost a Family Member this weekend. - ducksnbass
[quote]i have, it's a dog. i've also lost my dad, all my grandparents, my m n law is losing a battle to cancer etc. There's far greater tragedies in life than losing an elderly pet who lived a full life. it's a good time to put life into perspective for the kids[/quote] Yes, it's a dog, but it ju...
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re: Lost a Family Member this weekend. - ducksnbass
Thanks for the prayers. We will get another in a few months most likely. We have a 2 year old Catahoula currently. He is just as sad or more so than we are. This was my first dog to actually die of old age. It was so hard to watch her gradually decline and then rapidly decline over the last ...
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