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Re: HELP Mercury trim tilt lowers on own
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Do you think think it is the trim motor or seals?

Posted on: 2017/7/15 21:39
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HELP Mercury trim tilt lowers on own
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Help

My 2008 Mercury trim and tilt lowers on its own. This just started happening. I checked and topped off its fluid. Everything looks and sounds normal.
Why does it lower on its own?
It bottoms out with in a minute. That quick.

How can I fix this?

Posted on: 2017/7/13 22:24
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Re: Where to install Led lights in boat
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The boat is a 19 ft side console.
I can light the bow, under the console. It's the floor I can't decide how to do.

Posted on: 2016/4/28 0:57
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Where to install Led lights in boat
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Where would you recommend installing the led light inside of my boat?
I know where I want light to shine the location of install is what I need.

I was hoping to install led strip under the Gunnals but only the bow has the right space.

BELO

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Posted on: 2016/4/28 0:55
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Re: Traveling to Fargo 1st time
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Great input so far. Thank you.

I saw that there is a Texas Road House. How is that?

BELO

Posted on: 2016/4/18 21:32
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Traveling to Fargo 1st time
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Hey guys,

My wife and I are traveling to Fargo this week for some appt.s
It will be a 1st time for me. We are looking for some great restaurants to try. What would you all recommend?

I also will be looking for fun stores to shop at. Looks li!e they have a Scheels. What else is good to check out?

Thanks,

BELO

Posted on: 2016/4/18 15:19
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Re: Help needed with bumpy lawn
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popacrop wrote:
^^X2! For such a small project you would be best off calling one of these guys to get it done in short order, they are most likely a little slow now and could have it completed in 1/2 day. Maybe $500-$600. You will have that in rent and dirt cost. I've worked with Joe Beer in the past, good honest guy that will help you out.

Tell me a little about this honda 3 wheeler, is it for sale?



Thank you for the input. I will call for a quote.

The Honda is only offered to me at this time. If it goes up for sale I will let you know.

Thanks

BELO

Posted on: 2016/4/5 12:59
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Re: Help needed with bumpy lawn
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Did some price checking recently. Here are my findings.

Dump truck of black dirt 12 cu yards = $281.32 delivered

Checked Acme rents.com in Bemidji.
They have Bob cat or a Torro Dingo to move dirt. Pics below.

My brother offered me a Honda 3 wheeler and a yard cart for $450.
Great shape with new tires and a new fuel tank. Could use a shovel and move it all.

I also have a heavy duty wheel barrow. I figure that would be the best excercise at about 10 barrow loads per yard x 12 = 120 loads.

Lots of choices

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Posted on: 2016/4/1 23:35
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Re: Help needed with bumpy lawn
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Yep old cow pasture up in Bemidji.
Unfortunately is bad all year long. Seems like spots settled after original construction. I've been here 5 years. I wanted to fix it year one but our budget didn't agree.

Belo

Posted on: 2016/3/28 21:10
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Re: Help needed with bumpy lawn
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What's going to be the best and most cost effective way to fix the humps and bumps?

Posted on: 2016/3/28 18:40
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