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Re: Need help with burnt electrical trolling motor plug
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Central Minnesota? Where? I may be able to help.

Posted on: 7/18 12:08:18
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Re: 1994 Yamaha 70tlrd question
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Thanks fellas. I think my cousin is going to replace both the impeller and the thermostat. Dew - that scenario seems the most likely to me. I read a few posts on iboats about a stuck poppet valve, or in yamaha's terms a "pressure control valve" - any experience with those?
Abit, that shouldnt be the problem at low/slow speed.Is it fixed? what fixed it?

Posted on: 7/15 15:56:56
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Re: 1994 Yamaha 70tlrd question
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Abit, that shouldnt be the problem at low/slow speed.Is it fixed? what fixed it?

Posted on: 7/15 15:54:36
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Re: 1994 Yamaha 70tlrd question
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heres my guess..the pee hole (telltale) is cold water you say,but it should pump hot water when the thermostat opens to cool the water jacket.when the thermostat is closed there is a bypass for the telltale pumping lake water past the waterjacket. the tell tale is only there to see the impeller is correctly working.i'd check the thermostat first. mabey use a inferred thermometer on the water jacket to see the real temp. guages arent trustworthy

Posted on: 7/2 13:43:01
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Re: Hello......hello........
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thats one of the best full sundog pics i have seen.

Posted on: 2/25 13:27:23
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Re: wall
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The Wall was never brought up for vote,The tax bill passes 51-49 so 60 wasnt needed there.isnt it 60 votes for fillibuster or clothure?

If the bill passes by simple majority (218 of 435), the bill moves to the Senate. In the Senate, the bill is assigned to another committee and, if released, debated and voted on. Again, a simple majority (51 of 100) passes the bill.
Source>>https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-republican-tax-reform-bill-2017-senate-vote-count-text-brackets-2017-12

Posted on: 1/25 17:23:49
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Re: Tire chains
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Like MarkBruzek said they are great easy to put on and as good or better than 4X4 without. Any fool who spins their tires when stuck and cant move dont know how to drive in snow/ice.
I am a guy who had a 1973 4x4 with 2 sets of chains one front one rear.Course I lived in Colorado I drove loveland pass before the Eisenhower tunnel was complete during storms and made $$$ pulling cars trucks out with my 1/2 ton Chev Blazer.Even today when storms come in the mountains passes close to everyone cept for those who use chains,No chains no go
What size tires you have SD? I have 2 sets of chains I dont need anymore like new condition 1/2 price or less if your interested.BUT Like everything I try to sell here I am out by Willmar,Mn. Not near the cities where most buy an sell 100 miles away I am.

Posted on: 1/3 12:09:06
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Re: 12v Lithium Battery charging (stupid question)
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Posted on: 2018/12/27 0:11
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Re: rightful owners
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The homestead person should be on a property deed. We own 2 properties in Kandiyohi county Both were granted for free to civil war vets in the mid 1860.Soldiers were given 40 acres each for homestead then.They also list each owner after that original owner, subdivisions and plated parcels split to lots every thing. our deeds are between 180 to 200 pages of descriptive ownership

Posted on: 2018/12/21 0:37
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Re: Clam Sled Repair Needed
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I'd start by drilling small holes at each end of the crack, Thats to stop it from cracking further,Then maybe try a smowboard/ski repair P=tex stick to seal the crack and fill the holrs drilled

P-tex link>>https://www.racewax.com/ptex-base-repair/

Posted on: 2018/12/13 16:29
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