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Re: Kicker motors
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I would go with a 9.9, the same brand as the big motor.

Posted on: 8/3 6:43:21
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Re: Cork fishing rod handles
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I sealed the cork on 1 rod to see how it worked. I don't remember the brand, but it wasn't U-40. When the weather was hot and I was sweating a lot the grips seamed sticky sometimes and slippery others. Decided it wasn't comfortable for me.

Posted on: 7/24 8:39:59
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Re: New crestliner boat
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A friend had a 1650 Fish Hawk walk through that was one of the wettest boats I've ridden in. Now he has a 1750 Fish Hawk SC and it is a dry ride for an aluminum boat.
Maybe they've upgrade the hull design.

Posted on: 7/24 8:31:52
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Re: Heds up on change at MN DMV
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What do you mean "triple the information"?????Once MNLARS is upgraded and operational it will speed up the amount of time and energy for all parties involved with registration, driver related tabs and license renewal items for staff and the public.Everything takes a little patience and time!c63


The system will probably be better than what they have now, we all know that software has to be constantly improved and upgraded. The "triple the information" may only be until the system has all the info it demands in it's data base.
My warning is for week one with the new system. It's most likely going to be a cluster bleep until the clerks and customers get familiar with the new system.

Posted on: 7/14 16:00:51
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Re: Heds up on change at MN DMV
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My wife works at a private Deputy Registrars office. From the training she has been doing, the amount of entries she will have to make has more than tripled.

Posted on: 7/14 15:35:06
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Heads up on change at MN DMV
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A new DMV computer system goes live on July 24 in MN.
Most DMV offices state wide will be closed Thurs. July 20 thru Sat. July 22, offices that are opened will only be able to renew drivers licenses and won't be able to do anything with plates, tabs, titles or registrations.
The offices aren't allowed to open their doors on Monday the 24th until the state gives them the OK. If you have tabs that are due Aug 1, I would do it next week because the first week with the new system it's bound to crash often.
The new system triples the amount of data that has to be entered so it will take longer too.

Posted on: 7/14 13:49:42
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Re: Lost Spare Tire
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I had a spare break off a utility trailer about 7 years ago. It did an unbelievable amount of damage to the Accord that was behind me. The driver was pretty shook up but luckily only had a few cuts and bruises. Grill, hood, windshield and roof all had damage.

Posted on: 7/5 13:31:30
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Re: Lowrance Elite 5 HDI question(s)
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On my Elite 5 you choose "Return to Vessel" from the chart settings to have the map scroll.

Posted on: 6/28 14:32:03
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Re: Guide question
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I don't think it is a right or wrong question.
When booking the trip I'd ask the guide his policy, if he said no GPS and I wanted to mark waypoints I'd call guides until I found one that was OK with it.
Hiding a GPS in my tackle box or pretending to text someone on my phone would make me feel like 3rd grader copying off a smarter kids test.

Posted on: 6/5 17:03:32
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Re: Guide question
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Ask the guide.
Some are OK with it others are not.

Posted on: 6/3 12:37:39
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