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re: Gravel or Concrete under lean/drop? - Cypressknee
If you can swing the costs, concrete all day. ...
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re: Jiffy lube stripped my oil pan - Cypressknee
Can maybe do a time-sert kit instead of changing your pan. No, I have no experience with it. ...
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re: Any good deals on TVs right now for super bowl weekend? - Cypressknee
You can get a 50” from walmarks for under $300. There are about 6 to choose from. ...
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re: Honda 4 wheeler - Cypressknee
The system is more reliable than when they first came out. If that’s what you want get it. Possibility it will give you issues, yes. Chance isn’t that great though. I personally prefer the foot shift and I’ve owned both. Having your left hand “free” can be nice at times. ...
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re: Boat Appraisal - Cypressknee
You can use NADA Guides to get you close. Have to enter boat, motor and trailer separately. ...
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re: .35 Whelen, is it the best option? - Cypressknee
For primitive and or only choosing one rifle to hunt with the entire gun season, yes. With that said, I have a .444 for primitive and no plans to “upgrade” to a Whelen. ...
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re: 350 Legend - Cypressknee
Built one in a AR platform out of curiosity when the caliber came out. I like it and have killed a few hogs with it already. Killed one at 200yrds using the Winchester 150gr. Plan to let my growing son hunt with it. ...
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re: Lawn mower maintenance questions. - Cypressknee
If it’s running fine no need to fool with the carb. ...
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re: Reverse sear is my new favorite way to cook backstrap - Cypressknee
Looks great. Hard to beat a reverse sear. Also love how it’s cooked evenly too when done. ...
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re: What are your thoughts on 20 ft. Ladder stands? - Cypressknee
Have one, life line also. I know how to use them just should wear it more often. Goes for most. ...
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re: Hunting YouTube Channel - Cypressknee
I watch The Hunting Public too. I’d love to see those guys come find a “buck nest” in the palmetto woods I hunt. ...
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re: What are your thoughts on 20 ft. Ladder stands? - Cypressknee
That would work but 5x the price, bulky and you don’t need that much pull strength between the stand and tree IMO. ...
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re: What are your thoughts on 20 ft. Ladder stands? - Cypressknee
No picture at the moment. Open end wrench. That will happen if you don’t loosen them every year or two and work the stand around. As the tree grows it’ll separate the ladder rungs too. Just gotta stay on top it. Easier said than done. ...
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re: What are your thoughts on 20 ft. Ladder stands? - Cypressknee
I agree, you can still fall out of a ladder stand. Accidents happen. I’m one to not wear a harness in a ladder stand. This year the ratchet strap popped while sitting in one. To say it was hairy for minute would be an understatement. For those reading this, invest in a chain and turn buckle for all ...
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re: What are your thoughts on 20 ft. Ladder stands? - Cypressknee
As for 20’ stands, I have a few of them. I prefer the height but it also depends on the canopy and area you hunt. Out of those two, Millennium. I have read of failures in the X stands, not something I would want to deal with 20’ up. ...
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re: Hornady Lite .308? - Cypressknee
Let a young man kill his first with that exact round a couple years ago. DRT. It is an SST round. ...
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re: White Elephant/Dirty Santa Ideas - Cypressknee
$25 McDonald’s gift card? ...
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re: U Joints 04 Tacoma 3.4 - Cypressknee
When I changed mine on an older Tundra, the ones bought from a automotive store such as, autozone, Napa, oriellys etc.. Only one in my whole line worked. I ended up having to go to a driveline specialty place and get some Spicer (believe the name brand). Also not sure if the Tacoma has a “cv joint” ...
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re: Gas powered blower - Cypressknee
Redmax fan here. One that would meet your needs is about $160. Check the wind speeds on comparable models and a close dealer. ...
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re: New gun or used gun, that is the question - Cypressknee
First you need a bucket full of rocks and sand to shoot it in to make sure it’s safe. ...
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