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Re: New Cylinder for 2012 Strikemaster Lazer Pro
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If your having a starting up problem, may look at a carb instead.

Posted on: 11/12 14:38:18
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Re: New Cylinder for 2012 Strikemaster Lazer Pro
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The Craig's list is full of used units for $125 on up. You might be better off just putting that one to sleep and use it for parts. I seen just the power head for sale on there a couple weeks ago also.

Posted on: 11/12 9:25:14
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Re: 2 stage snow thrower
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Arians is what I have been using for my 32x100ft driveway and no problems here.

Posted on: 10/18 10:05:40
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Re: Trailer wiring frustrations
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His big boat works fine, its in the trailer, ground most likely. He needs to grab a volt meter.

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GO online and check out 2008 trailer wire kit.You have the style that uses the existing circuit for/from the Jeep.You want to get the harness you have to run a hot wire to and just uses the signal from the tow vehicle.I dont know how the wires are spliced or uses connectors to bring power out of the bumper/tail light region.It could be a ground issue(as stated previously) but not necessarily.Still sounds like added resistance.If the ground was bad all parts of the circuit would be faulty.You said either the right or left was functioning properly right?
??

Posted on: 10/3 14:55:01
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Re: Mysterious leaking gear lube
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Leaking around the prop shaft seal?

Posted on: 10/1 12:40:29
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Re: Custom Rod
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I am located in Blaine and can build you a sweet rod for your Dad. Just PM with what your looking for and I can quote it.

Thanks Brian

Posted on: 9/6 19:31:19
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Re: Crappie fishing??
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Good luck, I have been able to find them in the spring in a channel I keep my boat on. Isle bay is where I hear people catch them also. I would troll for eyes on the rocks 8-15fow and have fun with the eyes and bass.

Posted on: 8/31 11:17:13
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Re: Shopping for new boat!
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Are you stuck on the Warrior Brand? Maybe there is a boat made by someone else that has more room like your used to?

Posted on: 8/28 15:59:25
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Re: What kind of fish is this?
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Walleye, Clean it up for dinner.

Posted on: 8/20 10:04:17
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Re: Of course
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I did text Mike this morning to see if he could speak up to let us know what is going on. Maybe that got him out of bed.

Posted on: 8/8 14:52:00
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