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Re: Lost tackle
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A reminder to all to use a Black or silver sharpie and write name and phone # on all items.
Does not guarantee it but at least it gives people a chance to get it back to the owner.

Posted on: 12/9 19:18:20
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Re: Automotive Remote Start Recommendations Please
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I had a compustar system installed for my wife in our Toyota Sequoia. I was very happy to randomly discover one day that the factory fop would start the car when locked 3 times. I absolutely hate bulky car key rings so I was able to get rid of the larger compustar remote and just use the smaller fob.

Im not sure if it is brand of vehicle or remote start brand but that is my combo that works for the factory fob like you asked about. I guess I'd call a compustar authorized dealer and ask?

Posted on: 11/29 14:41:09
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Re: Mille Lacs Band~
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Want their cake and to eat it too but won't bake it...

Posted on: 11/20 12:12:10
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Re: New Tires
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tadder52 wrote:
Cooper AT3s or the ATW's. If you stay the same width you won't notice any loss in traction. If you go wider, you spread out the contact patch which lowers PSI which is what helps you with ice traction. And the wider the bigger footprint you have to plow through the snow and mud.


Lower PSI and widening your foot print will lower ice traction. That is why old time "snow tires" were narrower.

What you are thinking of is snow traction. The wheeled vehicles used in the arctic use extremely wide tires with low PSI to gain foot print so they don't sink in the snow.

Also study siping and what id does for ice and snow traction.

Posted on: 10/30 13:34:23
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Re: Wheelhouse flooring help
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IC glues and rolls the rubber floor. This video may help with some of the methods used.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqk_q6H6KYg&t=781s

Posted on: 9/8 14:08:24
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Re: Cranking Battery Question...
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If you could post the make, type of battery (cranking or deep cycle) amount of cranking amps and the reserve capacity it would really help to give the best feedback. Without that info it is tough to speculate. Also maintenance schedule for the battery helps.

You may be over-drawing that battery, add a second deep cycle for your graphs and such, maybe run only one graph off the starting battery. Otherwise you could link 2 batteries together and run all that off of them but yo really want 2 equal condition batteries linked not an old and new as the new battery will fail prematurely.

Secondly, if you have not maintained your battery water levels you will see premature failure of the batteries (assuming they are lead/acid batteries). I leave my batteries plugged in most of the year and find myself adding about 2 cups of distilled water in the spring and 2 cups in the fall. Low water will kill the battery and I suspect that may be your issue with a relatively new battery.

Posted on: 5/16 8:37:24
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Re: How do you fish ML on the opener?
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I like to find the biggest group of boats and dig myself right into the middle of them because there has to be fish biting there....

Some peoples antics on the water just floor me.

Every method will put fish in the boat but some work better than others. My best results under 60deg temps were always rigging a minnow or leech. BUT, I'm a big fan of covering water so when the temps hit 60 I start to pull crawlers and spinners then troll lead core with cranks at 70 degrees.

Just remember, when fishing the gravel/rocks you won't always graph fish even though they are there. Sometimes you have to just give and area a pass or two. Move around if you are not getting action as there is always a bite happening for someone, somewhere on the lake.

Posted on: 5/9 7:52:30
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Re: Tire/Trailer fun time again!!!?
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chris63 wrote:
So where do I find a chart for max load weights for a trailer and what pressure do I run the the tires???c63


Max load for the trailer or the trailer tire?
Max tire load and air pressure is printed right on the side of the tire.

Max load for a trailer has many factors, specifically...
Tire load rating
Axle stub dia.
Axle itself
spring rating
materials the trailer is constructed of.

If you have a purchased trailer you should be able to find the serial number and look the total weight capacity up from the MFGR website.

Posted on: 5/8 9:01:00
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Re: Tire/Trailer fun time again!!!?
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Where are you finding that you should be running 90psi?

Posted on: 5/7 22:44:41
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Re: Graph cutting out when starting engine
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Is the graph ran direct to this battery on its own wires and the only thing between the graph and battery an inline fuse? I only ask because you did not specify, you only said the only thing pulling power from the battery was the aerator and graph... Just want to make sure everyone is on the same page.

I have seen a lot of individuals tap into their fuse panel and have this issue even when the battery is good.

Posted on: 4/21 11:07:04
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