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re: Best intros in songs - nahtanojc
[quote]Thunderstruck[/quote] First one that came to mind......
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re: Making a game/crawfish wash bucket...question - nahtanojc
I've used those metal tubs for years; similar process as yours except no purging with salt. It's a tried and true method, but having had the majority of the parts on hand already, sometimes it's fun to try and do things a little differently. May not work as well as the metal tub soak metho...
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re: Making a game/crawfish wash bucket...question - nahtanojc
Went ahead and tried a couple new things before trying a different sized bulkhead. The holes cut with my saw worked pretty well; better than the drilled holes. A little more pressure and angled so it wouldn't splash out. Then I tried a much shorter section of pipe with just one hold cut into ...
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re: Making a game/crawfish wash bucket...question - nahtanojc
[quote]Post pics [/quote] Here ya go. [url=https://flic.kr/p/2kWNgW5][img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51159590668_227edcd3f3_k.jpg[/img] [url=https://flic.kr/p/2kWNgVy][img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51159590638_5017431412_k.jpg[/img] [url=https://flic.kr/p/2kWHDFS][img]ht...
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re: Where to go locally (NOLA) to look at decent Kayaks? - nahtanojc
As others have said, keep an eye on the used market... you’ll get more for your money. Masseys in New Orleans and Everything Kayak in Gulfport are your closest stores to check out if buying new. ...
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Making a game/crawfish wash bucket...question - nahtanojc
Saw those expensive buckets at academy this past weekend and figured I would try to use some supplies I had on hand to make one. I had a 1/2” bulkhead fitting from an old aquarium build, along with various plumbing parts already (all 1/2”) so the only thing I needed was a garden hose adapter for ...
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re: Anyone use ZipWall poles for a dust barrier? - nahtanojc
Bought a set for when I had to tear out all the tile in my house... worked well for the most part. We were living in the house, so we’re constantly moving back and forth through the “work zone”... dust still got everywhere by being tracked around, but not nearly as bad as it would have been. ...
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re: Truck bed covers - nahtanojc
I put a MX4 on my new ram w/ramboxes and have been very happy with it. Fits the bed well and haven’t had too much issue with leaks. (There is a little gap at the gate where the tailgate meets the ramboxes that has potential to leak, but that’s a truck design issue and not the covers) I like th...
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re: Revision knee replacement surgery - nahtanojc
Who’s the doc? Easton @BROC does a lot of revisions and would probably be who I’d be going to talk to. As someone already mentioned, the majority of surgeons will use exparel that will help with pain for the first 24hrs. I’d suggest meeting with the surgeon and explaining your concerns; th...
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re: Best shoes for those in the medical field on their feet all day? - nahtanojc
Keen PTC II Leather, so easy to wipe clean Wide toe box for comfort Slip resistant I’m on my 4th pair after trying them for the first time 8 years ago. Usually replace the insoles a couple times before the leather wears down to the point I need to replace. Most comfortable pair of shoes I...
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re: Removing tile thinset - nahtanojc
Just ripped out 1400sf of tile a few months ago. I had a SDS+ drill from a previous project and bought a 4” floor scraper from Amazon to use with it. I ended up going through 2 blades in less than 300sf... So I bought a SDS max drill that can use the bigger bits, including the heavy duty 6” s...
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re: Best place to buy a new Ram truck? - nahtanojc
So far the best I’ve found is $11k off MSRP on a Laramie. That was at Marks in Lake Chuck. The local places (all star, Matt bower, rainbow) I have visited in person and either don’t have what I’m looking for or are only willing to give the factory incentive which is the employee pricing... wor...
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Best place to buy a new Ram truck? - nahtanojc
Looking for a volume dealer that’s willing to deal. I’ve spoke with nearly all the local ones and all they’re coming off MSRP is the factory incentive. I know Laura in MO is the place to go for GMC, Haik in Houston for Ford... just don’t know to look for the best deals on Rams....
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re: I need a recommendation for a Miter Saw - nahtanojc
Look at the Hercules 12” slider at Harbor Freight. I bought that one a few months ago after doing a bit of research... very similar saw to the Dewalt 780. So far I’ve been impressed; nice 60T blade out the box, fence is straight (an issue I had with a 10” craftsman that this one replaced), love ...
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re: Brand new hobie mirage passport or used pro angler? - nahtanojc
[quote] can't even find a used 15' Gheenoe for what a Hobie costs[/quote] Not around here in Louisiana, but I’ve seen a few recently in Florida that have made me stop and consider making the drive... ...
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re: Brand new hobie mirage passport or used pro angler? - nahtanojc
You’re comparing apples to oranges with the Passport vs PA14. Completely different boats. As others have stated, you’re not going to want two adults in a PA14. If tandem is your preference, look into a PA17, but be prepared for a higher price and more concerns regarding transport. I’d sugges...
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re: Why do issues always pop up on the weekends?! Water heater issue... - nahtanojc
I turned the gas off at the same time I shut the inflow off. Went to HD and picked up a new relief valve...plan is to drain it in the morning and replace it before the wife wants a hot shower! Lol Watched a YouTube video and definitely doesn’t seem too bad. I just hope that’s the issue and this...
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Why do issues always pop up on the weekends?! Water heater issue... - nahtanojc
My son cutting the grass this evening informed me of a potential issue... water running like a faucet out of the hot water drain on the side of the house. I went into the attic and nothing was leaking, but I could hear the water pouring from the valve... I shut off the main valve to the water hea...
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Speed queen washer parts locally? - nahtanojc
Any place in Baton Rouge or the surrounding area stock replacement parts? I have a SpeedQueen washing machine that drips even when powered off. I’m thinking the inlet valve needs to be changed out. Any other parts I should look into? I can buy online but it won’t be here till next week. Some...
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re: Float or Glue EHW? - nahtanojc
Floor will be inside for a couple weeks prior to install... prepping the floor will take me a few weekends to do it right. Pretty sure the glue on order is the Titebond with the moisture barrier in it. [quote]Do not grind concrete Yourself [/quote] Curious as to why you state this? After t...
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