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Re: Men's hunting clothing
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Bump to the top. All prices are obo aaaaaand will put together a package deal if interested.

Posted on: 10/21 7:34:08
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Men's hunting clothing
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Lost some weight so selling off my hunting clothing. I apologize the pics aren't in order for some reason.


Browning fleece jacket. 3xl. Good for bow hunting or mid layer. 30 obo

Cabelas dry plus insulated pants. 3xl. Legs zip all the way up to the waist. Should be great for late season bow hunting Only been tried on, never worn outside the house. Paid 140. 80 obo

Gamehide insulated bibs. 2xl. Bought new last year and worn 2 days. 50 obo

Gamehide 1/4 zip pullover. 3xl. Bought new last year and worn 2 days. 50 obo

Under armour skysweeper jacket max5 hd camo. 3xl. Great shell that you can layer under our wear alone. Perfect under your waders. Asking 75obo.

Willing to ship any and all items for a small shipping fee. Located near Park Rapids.

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Posted on: 10/16 21:26:29
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Re: Wheelhouse flooring help
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brian6715 wrote:
I can't help with the flooring, but I went with carpet in my Firebrand shell and I am really happy I did. I was hesitant, everyone says carpet is a bad idea.... it is absolutely awesome. With the furnace on it's dry in a matter of an hour or two, it has yet to have any odor and I have fished and camped in this thing for 3 full seasons now. I thought I would just shampoo it once a year to keep it clean, but that hasn't been necessary at all. I do have a small area by the door with pressure sensitive vinyl floor, that probably helps with the snow/ice coming in the house on our shoes.

If I was you, I would go to menards and buy the cheap indoor carpet and be done with it.


I will echo brian's comment about the carpet drying up fast. mine will be even faster once I get my furnace ducted to the floor the way I want to. FYI, finishing a shell takes a LOT longer than I thought. Granted I don't get to work on it as much as I want to, but it takes a ton of time if you want it to turn out right the first time. Knowing what I know now, I could get it done a lot faster.

Posted on: 9/8 11:36:05
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Re: Wheelhouse flooring help
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I bought a Firebrand shell going on 2 years ago and I chose to go with carpet. I was gun ho on using the rubber floor. I changed my mind when I went to a dealer to look at a few different houses. both of the ones that had rubber floors had the ripples that you are describing and both were the same "coin" look rubber flooring. To me, it was a cosmetic thing. I am dropping good money on this thing and I shouldn't have to deal with something like that.

Not 100% sure if you will ever get away with not having the ripples. Hopefully others with rubber floors can chime in with reviews of their houses. I too would avoid adhesive if at all possible.

Posted on: 9/7 9:05:59
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Re: Suggestions
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VRBO.com. you should be able to find houses to accommodate your group. You may not however be able to book the weekend/week you want depending on availability. best to do it as far in advance as possible. We just stayed in one that was under 200/night that slept 10. Nothing super fancy but it wasn't a dump by any means.

Posted on: 8/25 9:03:55
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Re: Cover for boat- outdoor storage for winter
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i would do the shrink wrap and be done.

Posted on: 8/23 9:03:23
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Re: Propeller brands, prop slip and what have you
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UPDATE:

forgot to let everyone know how this turned out.

I want to give a plug to Brainerd Propeller. Your recommendation was spot on. I'm running between 5800-5900 rpm, gained 1 mph, incredible holeshot, can hold plane at a lower speed and it corners like it's on a rail.

if you ever need propeller recommendations, or maybe just wondering if you can get better performance out of what you have I would highly recommend giving Ricky a call!

Posted on: 8/20 17:43:00
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Re: spray foam vs faced roll insulation
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to my knowledge, the rest is fiberglass. however, in the winter time the walls are pretty cold. It's a split level home with a walkout basement. so at most the walls are covered by 4' of dirt on the front and sides, fully exposed on the back.

the house is 21 years old and as we are finding out after the fact they cheaped out on a few things, I believe insulation is one of them.

the basement is fully finished other than the utility room. I would like to sheet it and put up some cabinets as it doubles as the laundry room.

Posted on: 8/18 9:08:31
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spray foam vs faced roll insulation
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I have a couple of insulation projects that I need to get done before fall. I have an 8x10 wall in my basement utility room that I need to re-insulate. It's a wood basement and we lose a lot of heat out of that wall. I got a quote to get that wall sprayed, roughly 200 bucks. Thats putting it on 3" thick which from what I found online, comes out to about R18. I can do a couple rolls of R13 faced insulation for under 20 bucks.

Is the spray foam really 10 times better?

Another question: Anyone know if there is a code regarding the type of sheeting you can have in a utility room? Currently it's just open wall studs, but I thought about sheeting it with either sheetrock or some decorative paneling. Are there any fire codes out there in that regard? power panel, water heater, furnace, washer and dryer are in that room.

Posted on: 8/17 16:26:46
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Central Boiler reviews
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Looking at buying a new outdoor woodstove. Mine still works, but it would be nice to get something more efficient. Looking at a Central Boiler Classic Edge. This thing is pretty loaded up with the gasification chamber and wifi connection.

Anyone on here have one that can chime in on how they like/dislike it before I shell out big money on it?

Posted on: 7/17 9:02:37
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