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Re: "Check Engine" alarm/light troubleshooting advice
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Thanks for the followup. A lot of times we read about the problem but never see the solution.

Posted on: 7/19 13:08:15
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Re: New to me
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Have fun setting it up, then enjoy!

Posted on: 7/3 6:25:38
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Re: Entry To Canada
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As you can tell from all the questions and responses you can find on the web about this topic that there is no clear answer and you are often at the mercy of the officer at the border. The 2 DUI's might be an issue. There was a friend of my FIL that went with our group 3 times, he had 2 DUI's, one 15 years old and the other 13. He inquired about rehabilitation and was told that because he had 2 felony convictions he was not ellegable for rehabilitation whether it was 2 DUI's or a DUI and another offense that was a felony in Ontario. Because there were 2 he was told it didn't matter how long ago they were. He always drove his car and there was room in another vehicle for the person riding with him if he was turned away. The 1st time he crossed there were no problems and no questions about DUI's or any other offenses. The next 2 years he was turned away as soon as they scanned his passport. He gave up after that.
It seems to be a crapshoot so have your own transportation if you try.

Posted on: 5/27 9:30:19
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Re: Morals!
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Were they next to the ethics?

Posted on: 5/19 21:22:09
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Re: Which Monofilament
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Trilene XL or XT.

IMO guys spend way too much on line, especially braid. But to each their own.


Give a man a fish and he'll have a meal.
Teach a man to fish and he'll spend the families grocery money on bait, tackle, rods, reels, electronics, boats and trips to Canada!

Posted on: 3/11 21:42:56
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Re: Whiskey
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As my grandfather used to say, "Ice just bruises the liquor!"


I was getting a drink for a 90 something year old aunt of my fathers when she told not to add any ice to her Woodford Reserve, all it did was melt and ruin good bourbon

Posted on: 2/28 20:33:41
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Re: Auger has mind of its own
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Had something similar and was clutch


+1
Had it fixed at D-Rock

Posted on: 2/19 14:22:09
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Re: Tire chains
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OK it may take more than 5 seconds, but in less than 10 seconds you can spin your tires enough to be resting on your axle if you don't know what your doing. In the 1970's 4 wheel drives were a lot less common and there were more sets of chains used. I carried a farm jack for work in my truck in those days and helped several people on Prior and Spring lakes that had spun themselves into trouble before they knew what was happening.
I'm not advising SavageDaddy not to get chains. Just warning him that in the situation he's talking about they can dig themselves into the ice pretty fast if your not careful.

Posted on: 1/3 10:33:17
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Re: Tire chains
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Or when you crack thru the crust and find water on the ice under the snow...

-Pulling 8X16 with 1/2 ton...

Thanks -

SD


Chains can dig a hole in ice so your resting on your axle in a second or 2 if you aren't extremely careful. I've helped people jack up trucks to get something under the wheel more than once when they've dug themselves in with chains.

Posted on: 1/2 15:04:20
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Re: Distance fishing
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I think orandausa has the most common reason in his response. While I'm anti-social enough that if someone is fishing on my planned spot, I'll move onto my second choice, I still can't understand how one or two guys think they can "claim" all of a piece of structure or a large section of ice by drilling 30 or 40 holes. While I think 10' is to close, if someone starts fishing in a hole I drilled but am not using I don't feel I have any right to claim ownership of that spot.

Posted on: 2018/12/31 8:14
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