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re: If not Stihl are you going Echo or Husqvarna? - Cypressknee
1. Drive further for Stihl. 2. Echo from a mom and pop small engine shop. 3. Repeat first two steps. ...
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re: Thermacell not staying lit - Cypressknee
If you want to try to save it, there’s YouTube videos that show how they work and all. I went down that rabbit hole trying to repair one last season. She has now been replaced. :lol:...
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re: Atv fender flares - Cypressknee
Just checked the website I use, partszilla. It showed the fronts were in stock, all I checked. About $80 a piece too, so be prepared. ...
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re: Hunting/Fishing Close Calls - Cypressknee
Running late on a evening hunt, driving faster than I should’ve been on the four wheeler.. I tried to short cut a turn and low and behold was a stump behind a palmetto I intended to run over. Rolled the wheeler, I was launched into the wood, rifle that was across my back was MIA for a bit (sling had...
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re: All this free firewood lining my streets - Cypressknee
If split now, it’ll dry faster. Outside fire pit will be fine, inside not so much. ...
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re: Looking for advice… - Cypressknee
You can check the motor value on NADAguides. At that age, I wouldn’t be trying to buy it back though personally. Mfg’s aren’t required to make parts past an items 10yr mark. They can and may but something breaks down the road parts may be an issue. ...
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re: Generators? - Cypressknee
[quote]Firman 7500 watts[/quote] Bought one of these after a good friend used one post storm last year. Powered his lower floor AC and another few odds and ends. Luckily I didn’t need it this go round but I’m happy with it. ...
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re: New hunting rifle (Weatherby Vanguard Meateater edition) - Cypressknee
[quote]I just hate the MKV action.[/quote] Why? I’ve been shooting one for over 20 years and love it. ...
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re: ATV Winch Set Up - Cypressknee
I’ve had good luck with Badlands and KFI. Not buying another Warn. For the record the Badlands 3500 and up are sealed. The 2500 is not. ...
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re: Anyone found a rice bran feeder that works? - Cypressknee
Thanks. Feed stores around my end have it in stock, not sure where you’re located. ...
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re: Made Deer Boudin This Weekend - Cypressknee
Looks good. It’s been on my list to try as well. ...
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re: Anyone found a rice bran feeder that works? - Cypressknee
We only catch 1-2 pass through in the spring when we aren’t really feeding. Not gonna disagree with you on that. They toasted two of our hog feeders this spring in their polite pass through. ...
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re: Anyone found a rice bran feeder that works? - Cypressknee
I thought the same thing, I was wrong as could be. Your situation may be different though. ...
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re: Anyone found a rice bran feeder that works? - Cypressknee
Tractor supply 50” x 16’ panels. Cut them in half with bolt cutters. Use a T post on every corner, ones on center if you choose (I don’t), only bury the T post till the blade on them is sunk. I use bailing wire to tie panels into the T posts. Two panels cut in half make a 16’ square. That’s my metho...
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re: Anyone found a rice bran feeder that works? - Cypressknee
[img]https://i.imgur.com/iiyp4Fv.png[/img] These work great for me. Holds 200lbs which is a plus also. ...
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re: Best cellular trail cam that is AVAILABLE - Cypressknee
Been hearing good about Wise Eye. Contemplating trying them out. If not them, Covert. No issues with my SPYPOINT, just want a cheaper monthly cost when bundling which SPYPOINT doesn’t offer. ...
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re: Used ATV 101 - Cypressknee
[quote]Get him to sell them to you for $100.00/ea [/quote] You’re a smooth talker or work with some less than smart individuals. :lol:...
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re: Gas Grill around $500 - Cypressknee
Weber. ...
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re: Catch to Cook Fresh Fish Times & Storage - Cypressknee
As said, will be fine in the fridge in a ziplock. Side note, if you haven’t tried it. Instead of deep frying, cook them in a skillet whichever way you choose. I actually prefer my Bass tacos done that way. To each their own, though. I blackened some sacálait Wednesday night. It’ll make your ...
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re: ATV Theft Insurance - Cypressknee
StateFarm here. They’ll cover accessories if you have receipts. ...
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