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Re: Vikings 2018 Season News
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Letís Roll - SKOL

Posted on: 8/15 7:49:53
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Re: Vikings 2018 Season News
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Wherever you are stand up and yell SKOL


Posted on: 8/14 8:11:50
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Re: Bueller?????
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Re: 2018 Viking Free Agent and Draft News
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With the QB questions almost complete.
Hopefully with the salary cap the Vikes add a proven star for the secondary and our OL/DL could use some beefing up as well just for starters then the RB situation.
$ & more $



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Posted on: 3/15 11:22:18
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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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Thanks Jimmyrig!
After purchasing some odds, ends, having leftovers and horrific memories from our winch wheelhouse the odds are with a hydraulics house.
The next aspect is the better ride etc. with the tandem axle frame and towing with a 1/2 ton 4 x 4 truck.
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Posted on: 2/19 19:46:40
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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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CaptainCoors,
Thank you for the heads up on the emergency crank issues for the electric lift system.
Are there any other downfalls to the electric lifts?
Thank to all for your replies.
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Posted on: 2/18 22:00:32
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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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With two biceps ruptures and repairs on the right arm the hand crank system is out for my project.
Some of the electric jacks have emergency hand cranks but the speed of the hydraulic raise and lower system is what I am leaning towards as retirement is
on the horizon.

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Posted on: 2/16 19:53:14
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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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After doing more research with a couple of trailer manufacturers there are upgrades to the hydraulic parts using galvanized steel with good reviews adding longevity to a big investment.


Posted on: 2/16 10:06:51
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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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Thanks Sundie,
I have also heard of the stops on the hydraulic units rusting, failing and very difficult to replace

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Posted on: 2/15 6:57:26
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Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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Looking for advice for Wheel house lift / lower system.
Which system is best electric hydraulic vs electric jacks and why?
I have most components for my wheelhouse build but deciding on which lift to go wth with a galvanized 18í dual wheel trailer.

Thank you
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Posted on: 2/14 9:37:53
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