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Re: Pole on rattle reel setup??
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Wrap your mono from rod around a rattle wheel a few times and keep bail open.

Posted on: 2/14 15:49:14
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Re: ATV gas tank hole
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How Jimmy do ya want to get?
Mounting a tank to the front rack and go from there too Jimmy for ya?

Is that a gravity feed or electric fuel pump?

I have had some luck using a solder iron "welding" cracks but never attempted a hole. Its more like smearing hot plastic around hoping you don't meant through. I have not had much luck with glues on gas tanks myself.

Posted on: 2/8 15:11:15
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Re: Welding repair
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Most any place that does exhaust or auto body work should have a wire feed welder.

You may also try your local High school metals program.

Posted on: 2/8 7:59:02
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Re: What do I need??
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When I did my kayaks (new purchase) I just needed the hull number and the receipt.

Posted on: 2/2 7:54:57
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Re: Help picking a flat on the north side!
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In all honesty, it has wheels...
Any spot he picks is potentially better than his current.

Its a very nice day today, get out and do some searching. Blindly, Id focus on the bottom of the edge to about 20yds out. Everyone and their brother is leaving now so spots are opening up fast.

Posted on: 1/29 13:34:10
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Re: Ice castle wheel is out of alignment.
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Cant say by just those pics. You will need to lift it up and look underneath. MAKE SURE YOU BLOCK THE HOUSE UP WHEN UNDER IT.

IC does not run an axle all the way across their frame, they tie a stub axle a couple feet into the frame and weld to frame members. You need to figure out if the welds broke, metal is shearing or just a bent stub. That will determine your next move.
I doubt you will find a wrecker to drive out on the lake to haul the house, maybe a guy with a trailer though. But odds are you will need to get it to the access, means you should aim to tow it that far and see how things go.
If you decide to road tow, Know your destination, find a slow back road way to get there so if things break your not sitting on a major road blocking traffic.

See if you can get a piece of thin plywood behind your leaf springs to prevent further damage when you lift the house. Also take a look at the roller pin in your second pic. Looks like it may fall out soon, but maybe its just the way the pic is taken.

Posted on: 1/29 13:19:53
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Re: 10,000 BTU Vented Wall Heater
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Joehere wrote:
For comparison a big buddy heater is 16K on high,if you have one or can use someone's,try it out,it'll give you a good idea where to go. But l'd say 30-40k,,,depending on how cold,windy you fish and how warm you or other people in your group need it inside. Have fun.


30-40k Is what is used in 24'+ ice castles,

Posted on: 1/26 12:05:14
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Re: Wheelhouse furnace fan
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I was having the same issue with waking me up when the fan cycled on. I now use an O2 cool brand 12v fan to create a constant background noise. I run it either off vex battery, main batteries or it has a 110v wall plug if I am running the generator.

Posted on: 1/26 11:54:37
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Re: Fish House Wheeler drop down axle Seized
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For those reading that have houses let this be a good warning for you. I took my 2 year old Yetti apart and was really glad I did. There was already quite a bit of rust starting in the pivot even though I did grease the irks a few times during those first 2 years.

IMHO total disassembly is something that should be done every other year even if you grease regularly. It is really easy to do before they lock up. You know what they say, on ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Posted on: 1/24 16:11:46
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Re: Fishing Time, more or less?
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Mine has taken a hit in some ways. My son is 4, I like to get him outdoors with me whenever possible. Now when I try to do ice fishing trips with friends a portion of me feels guilty for leaving him at home. I can fish all day long but the little guy needs to bounce around, makes it really tough to take along on wheelhouse trips if the weather is cruddy as I don't like to just play movies for him. We do take a pile of his "thinking" games but will still get the couped-up wild man thing going if we can't go outside.

On the flip side we keep a boat up on Superior and most every weeknd are up there where we will fish till noonish, go back to marina and will then go hiking at a state park up the shore or something else. He is good for about 4 hours on the boat. sometimes he will color of play games and other times he just likes to pick a lure, rod and spend the time letting all the line out then just reeling it in. He's caught a couple fish doing so also. The first time he did, he spooled out 700' on the counter began reeling it it and says "daddy I got a fish". I thought he was just playing around and pretending till after about 5 minutes I see a laker splashing around 100' behind the boat...

So in some regards it has gone both ways. but I try to incorporate the little guy and not bore him so as to ruin it for him. IMO its a small price to pay for the things we are supposed to do as parents.

Posted on: 1/24 9:41:48
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