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re: Ruger clearance at my walmart should I get it? - Chris4x4gill2
I'd buy it for my son, especially at that price. Not sure I would pull the trigger if I didn't have a use for it though. Maybe worth buying as a trade piece? ...
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re: How do Subaru engines compare (portable gas generator)? - Chris4x4gill2
Only experience with a "Subaru" engine I have was trying to get a go cart running that had a "Robins Subaru" engine. I don't know if its actually made by Subaru or is some off brand Chinese - probably the latter. Its design was very similar to a Honda. It was a simple fix, but parts for it were very...
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re: outdoor-proof phone cases - Chris4x4gill2
I have a Pelican and my only complaint is that the rubber covers for the bottom ports have all ripped off. The charge port did not last long, the others lasted a little over a year....
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re: Opinions on storing boats in Venice or in storage in town - Chris4x4gill2
I would prefer to store it closer to home. Easier to do maintenance, more flexibility in fishing locations, can check on the boat easily, probably cheaper storage fees...
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re: Good Truck Shock Absorbers? - Chris4x4gill2
I replaced the factory "Rancho's" on my F250 with Bilstiens and it made a huge difference in how the truck rode. Very happy with them. ...
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re: Spotlight for bass boat - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]I have a PEAK brand from Sears and it quit on me after 5 minutes of use. I took it apart and the wire had broken internally at the switch. I plan to solder it back on tonight. [/quote] This was an easy fix last night. the negative wire that runs through a little push buttin switch was sol...
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re: Spotlight for bass boat - Chris4x4gill2
I have a PEAK brand from Sears and it quit on me after 5 minutes of use. I took it apart and the wire had broken internally at the switch. I plan to solder it back on tonight. While it was working, it was nice and bright but if it hadn't of been almost free I wouldn't have bought it. It is the 1...
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re: Lake Guntersville, AL - Chris4x4gill2
I think the state park rents bass boats. Town Creek Fishing Center (256) 582-8358 Honeycomb camp ground 256-582-9882 has fishing boat and pontoon rentals listed on their web site. http://camp-honeycomb.com/ ...
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re: Help me Rig my boat (Updated List) - Chris4x4gill2
Bumpers/Fenders Seat Cushion / throwable ring Anchor? I know you said it has power poles Whistle / air horn ...
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re: Boat speedometer - do they ever work well? - Chris4x4gill2
fishing boats I've never cared. Ski boats I do. dual pitots in my old boat, one seemed to read pretty accurate, one was always off. Then were both adjustable so I could zero the "good" one with GPS at the speed we skied at. Current boat uses a paddle wheel speedo and its pretty good. ...
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re: Removing paint from brick - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]It's a PITA for sure. Brick is porous and absorbs paint so trying to get all of the paint off is nearly impossible. I tried it on an inside fireplace and gave up and repainted the whole thing.[/quote] Exactly this. Had the same experience. Wife wanted to remove the paint from fireplace. Wa...
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re: LED Interior Boat Lighting - Chris4x4gill2
When I was installing LED lights with the small wire leads, I went ahead and benchtop soldered larger diameter leads onto the wire that came with them. That made it easier to connect once the supply lines were run. In my case, the wiring was already there that I wanted to tap into....
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re: How long before deer season do you get the fields ready? - Chris4x4gill2
Main plots get planted later Sept through first half of October depending on rain forcast. We are usually too dry any before then....
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re: Do you sit batteries on concrete? - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]The myth that concrete drains batteries has some historical basis. Many, many years ago, wooden battery cases encased a glass jar with the battery inside. Any moisture on the floor could cause the wood to swell and possibly fracture the glass, causing it to leak. Later came the introduction o...
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re: Boat Trailer Jack - Chris4x4gill2
A bottle jack of the appropriate size wouldn't take up a whole lot of room. But I would just keep a block of 4x4 in the truck....
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re: Deep freezer alarms - Chris4x4gill2
I had that problem with my son and the fridge in the garage utility room. I would find it standing open at least once a day. I would 1. Make him stop whatever he was doing and go close it. And then 2. For the next several days I would randomly make him get up and go check it. I would usually pick th...
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re: Luger 22 - Chris4x4gill2
I'd have bought it in a heartbeat. Cool gun....
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re: Grease guns - Chris4x4gill2
I've got a pistol grip style I bought about 7 or 8 years ago at the local independent auto parts store. I've had no issues with it leaking. I keep it hanging on a hook at the end of a shelf in my garage....
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re: Homeowners Claim Check Question - Chris4x4gill2
I just had to do this on a couple checks. Luckily my Mortgage holder has local offices. I went by there and they endorsed, made me sign a statement saying the repairs would be fully completed and let me go to my bank to deposit the check so I could use those funds for the repairs. ...
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re: Orark Trail now has Yeti style coolers. - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]/Thread Jack I compared the Members Mark directly to the YETI top of the same size tumbler. The Tumblers are virtually identical and more importantly in performance. The tops between the 2 are interchangeable and the Members Mark top has a way to shut the drink hole. For MM's costing 10...
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