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Re: Camping chairs
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Ive been real happy with our Timber Ridge directors chair. Got ours at Costco.
I have completely given up on those X frame tube sack chairs, at 250# they don't last and are not even comfortable.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:10:24
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Re: Trolling
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If you have a smooth running engine you can turn the idle down.

Posted on: 3/26 19:29:46
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Re: Interstate Batteries
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Costco member?

Posted on: 3/8 15:38:09
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Re: Permanent house questions
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One thing we did before some of our first fishing trip when my boy was 2 was to do a "test" night. We set up the house in the drive way and went "camping" to see how he would do with the concept. It was a great way to get him used to the concept and find any things we overlooked.

He still likes to sleep in it at home every now and then.

For those who have children asking to go camping but can't make it too often something as simple as an at home camping trip in the driveway would still give the kids some excitement and put a smile on their face. After all, isn't that what gets kids hooked on doing these things is the excitement?

Posted on: 3/8 11:34:40
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Re: Permanent house questions
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I did not like the Katz covers, holes froze as not enough warm air went down the few holes that were drilled.

Hole selves are a must.

Ion with reverse was a great addition this last season. I got 24" too extension but did not need it this last season...

Slush catcher bin

rattle reels

Curtains that stop all light, strobe lights from other houses are darn annoying. Also some full moon nights are quite bright.

paper towel holder/rack

Pizza tray if you have an oven

I personally drop house down then drill holes. Sometimes a house will slide or slip when lowering meaning your holes will not line up if pre drilled.

sometimes the door will frost/freeze shut during really cold trips. there are tricks for that.

Generator and way to keep generator up off ice during blowing snow times as the blowing snow will plug the intake filter and kill a generator.

toilet bags- black.

mirror on wall in bath for wife...

cookware

TOOL SET
Jack
spare set of leaf springs
spare cables
spare cable clamps
propane torch

Posted on: 3/7 14:16:32
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Re: Pressure Washer - What To Get?
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go electric. Ive got big gas powered washer but find myself rarely using it anymore except for PW my house or a deck before staining. Even smaller gas washers will need engine maintenance seasonly, Oil change, carb cleaning after 3-4 years of ppl forgetting to drain the gas from the carb.

For the last 2 years I have borrowed a friends Snap On p washer for washing the underside of my boat at the end of the season. Its an ok washer for small work like boat, car, atv but I would not want to do much more with it.

If you want hot/warm water you can run a hose off a laundry sink if you have one or from you water heater spigot, but that will be all hot.

If you still want a self heated washer, North Star series from Northern Tool may be your best bet or used from a roofer that once tried ice dam removal. However, they are not as user friendly as you may think. You periodically need to acid wash the coil from calcification of it will plug up and not work. Unless yo heat your garage you need to flush the coil with antifreeze for the winter.

Posted on: 3/6 11:43:34
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Re: Fraction help
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Really??? I'll bite...
1/3x5=1.66oz
1/10x3= .30oz

Posted on: 2/22 20:44:54
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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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