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re: What an underground yellow jacket nest looks like after being removed from the ground - Jcrew
I pour those bastards a cocktail of diesel and 87 octane. And a birthday candle. ...
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re: Best Route BR to Omaha ? - Jcrew
[quote]In Bastrop[/quote] Looks like you'll get to run through the jewel they call the Arkansas delta. Lock your doors in Pine Bluff. Little Rock through Fayetteville is a good route. And definitely more scenic ...
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re: Is Steve Spurrier the most influential coach in SEC history? - Jcrew
[quote]Defensive battle for the ages, I'm sure. Dare I say GOTC?[/quote] It was a shutdown of that vaunted Central Florida team. Painful to watch. But not as fun as that 3-2 barnburner...
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re: Is Steve Spurrier the most influential coach in SEC history? - Jcrew
Nope. You must have never watched Slyvester Croom coach State to a 9-6 victory in the Liberty Bowl. Much more influential than any other coach. ...
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re: Best Route BR to Omaha ? - Jcrew
I-55 to STL. I-70 TO KC. Bypass KC on the east loop. North through St Joe, into Iowa, and take a left over the river into Omaha. I've driven every possible route and this is this easiest due to interstate traffic. Option B is cut from Little Rock through Favetville and head north, but you have to dr...
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re: I think I have a seized washer transmission.. Am I done? - Jcrew
It's toast. Not worth the $$$ to fix. Had the same issue a few years ago...
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re: Best site for cheap flights/Omaha - Jcrew
Make the drive up. It's not that bad. I've done it many times. Take i-55 Up to St. Louis and across 70. Parlay the trip into a stop for a game in KC or St Louis if possible. Or both. ...
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re: Do you think Kramer Robertson's new blonde hair will help LSU win tonight? - Jcrew
Makes him look more like his mom. Did y'all know she coaches at Baylor? ...
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re: Cost to rebuild a tandem axle trailer? - Jcrew
If it's a standard run of the mill 16ft style trailer then if suggest selling it to someone for $500 and buying a new one. A complete overhaul like you've listed can get close to 75% of the price of a new one...
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re: Recommendations on a zero turn mower - Jcrew
If you cut 8-10 acres with a $3,000 mower get ready to be in the seat all day Saturday and buying another mower soon. Find a good local dealer and spend a little more. It doesn't have to be outrageous though. Exmarks new Radius impressed me. 60" cut for around $6,000k ...
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re: Beginners or disposable salt water rod/reel - Jcrew
I use my reels for both fresh and saltwater. Just do the maintenance. I'm by no means an expert. Penn or Shimano has been 2 good ones for me...
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re: Jackson (Madison) vs MS coast vs Memphis (Olive Branch/Hernando) - Jcrew
I've lived in all 3 regions you've mentioned. Coast, north MS, extremely distant 3rd is anywhere near Jackson metro. Hancock County is an unnoticed gem by many. Close to a lot yet far enough away. Bay schools are quietly in the top 10% of the state. ...
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re: My mower went out and need advice on a purchase - Jcrew
A zero turn should be fine if a tractor style handled the hills. They'll have as wide of a footprint. Buy one from a dealership and they'll help match the best one for you. Plus they'll support you after the sale. ...
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re: Baitcaster suggestions - Jcrew
I really appreciate everyone's input. I don't post much but always reading this forum. Entertaining and good information. Thanks everyone. ...
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re: Baitcaster suggestions - Jcrew
[quote]Have you asked him which one he wants?[/quote] I have. He and I are both leaning towards Lews. I'm just wanting to make sure we get one that's good for him to work with....
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re: Baitcaster suggestions - Jcrew
[quote] Does he currently throw baitcasters? Follow up question if the answer is yes, how many and what kind does he currently use[/quote] He does. He's got a couple basic diawa combos that are not great quality. I have a couple old ambassadors that he uses some. I am just waiting to pick him ...
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Baitcaster suggestions - Jcrew
My junior high aged son has gotten pretty serious towards bass fishing. He has been invited to fish a few tournaments with the high school team. I don't have much of a background with bass. Normally with our saltwater fishing it's basic spinning reels. Any suggestions on good baitcasters that I ...
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re: Savage Axis bolt actions - Jcrew
Bought the 7mm 08 for my kid. Solid gun for the price. Well pleased. ...
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re: BakFlip or ExTang? - Jcrew
I have an Extang. Will buy another. Got over 250k miles with it on. Does not leak and easy to remove. ...
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re: Gravely vs Exmark - Jcrew
Which dealership gives better service? I'd lean toward exmark. Cleaner cut quality....
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