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Re: ATV registration
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What work is needed or needs to be done?

I am almost done with lots of stuff on my 94 Kodiak 400.
I did front wheel bearings, brake wheel cylinders, many brake components, front u-joint, front diff axle seals (since I was there).

Posted on: Yesterday 15:44:43
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Re: Marcum chargers and charging clips
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Posted on: Yesterday 11:32:51
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Re: Lakes near Pelican Rapids for MEA
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Thanks everyone!

Posted on: Yesterday 8:57:56
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Re: Lakes near Pelican Rapids for MEA
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Yep Lida. corrected.

We were there on a no clouds, all warm sunny day. Three boats spread out all over the lake and nothing.

Posted on: 10/17 14:47:48
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Lakes near Pelican Rapids for MEA
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We are staying at Maple Wood State park for MEA.

We were there last year and fished Lake Lida and South Arm Lake Lida and one other smaller one with no success.

Any suggestions on lakes to try or even lakes to stay away from would be appreciated.

We will have 2 14ft boats and an 18 foot boat in the group.

Posted on: 10/17 11:43:53
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Re: Strike Master 49cc Lazer Mag plus Auger
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I think you have it priced right. Maybe figure out what you would want to sell parts.

Let them pick what auger they want with it and have a price for the left over augers bits. I think they would sell faster.

I have not known anyone to have three bits for an auger before.

Also just an FYI the Strike Master bits fit on Eskimo power heads.

Posted on: 10/16 10:58:43
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Re: 1978 4hp outboard. FREE
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Model 47H8C

s/n 10382

Posted on: 10/3 10:01:18
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1978 4hp outboard. FREE
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Free. It is a project motor.

1978 Chrysler 4hp motor. needs a carb.

It was used on a small sailboat. Has the built in gas tank.

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Posted on: 10/2 23:23:43
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Re: 18hp Johnson Serial #?
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Congrats on getting it going!

Posted on: 9/29 11:32:19
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Truck camper off season storage.
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I am looking for advice from experienced truck camper owners.

I bought one this June so I am a new newbie. It is a very light one. 1047 lbs.


I can store it for free on a farm over the winter. The same farm that I turkey and deer hunt. So logistically it is great. I would use it first and last each season at the farm. My concern is rodents. If I just use the 4 jacks and spray them with silicone lube the chances of rodents even getting to the camper are slim....I think.

If I need to support it from the bottom I am basically providing a ladder to the camper.


It is a light camper, I would lower it so it would be stable Vs having it at loading height. As well as no one would be going inside of it while it is on the jacks. Not sure that the bottom needs to be supported.

First question, do you need to support the bottom of the camper? Or is having it on the jack stands fine?


Secondly what do you do to keep rodents out?

Posted on: 9/25 8:41:50
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