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re: Who is voting on Tuesday? - mingoswamp
Me :cheers:...
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re: Cordless leaf blowers - mingoswamp
I reach for my 24V Kobalt cordless blower more often than I do my Echo gas (which starts every time w/o a hitch). The Echo gets the nod on power, but I really like not needing to wear hearing protection with the Kobalt. ...
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re: Recommend me a good self-propelled mower UPDATE on page 4 - used husqvarna question - mingoswamp
Upgrade a Toro Personal Pace to the cast aluminum deck. The wheel height adjustments are more robust with less parts to wear out....
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re: It's Halloween Week!! Post your scary songs here. - mingoswamp
Blood Rock DOA for the win...
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re: HOLY MOLY Monroe Nashville baws! - mingoswamp
That's a pretty cool place. Grabbed lunch in there a few years back. That'll be a fun time :cheers:...
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re: AR15 Handguard compatibility - mingoswamp
[quote]and some go, no-go gauges[/quote] Are these really necessary? I have a few ARs that work fine. By using those BCGs to compare in a new build using a spent casing, would that work in a pinch?...
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re: Teach me How to Cook Salmon - mingoswamp
[quote]so, no one uses those planks that i see in the cooking sections?[/quote] Cooking salmon on a cedar plank is my favorite way to grill it. Usually over hot coals, but have also used my gas grill too. A buddy of mine made a salmon piccata last night that he said was fantastic. That's a lo...
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re: Mitersaw Stand - mingoswamp
Thanks OP. You cost me $99 today. :lol: I'd been looking for something like this to replace my 2x4x80 wooden ladder rack sitting on saw horses to clear up floor space in my small shop. :cheers: Next step is replacing my 23 year old Delta 12" miter saw....
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re: RIP - Jerry Jeff Walker - mingoswamp
Hope JJW is dancing naked in that high hill country rain :cheers:...
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re: Whole home generator experts - Kohler 30kw vs Briggs 35kw vs. Cummins 30kw? - mingoswamp
[quote]Had two GM 4.3 engines go bad ,will never buy another one[/quote] I had a 4.3 in a '98 Blazer. The engine gave me no problems, the rest of the car did....
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re: I think my Panasonic Plasma has died - mingoswamp
I had a 2004/2005 Samsung 42" that I replaced both sustain (?) boards after it was 8 years old. After removing the exterior housing it was all plug & play as far as the installation goes. I think it ran about $75 a board and kept it alive for another 5 years or so. If it had not been $3K new, I w...
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re: Should High Schools Have A Course That Teaches Real Life Skills? - mingoswamp
I know an almost mid-70 year couple that went to NC State. According to them, they had to be able to tread water with their hands & feet bound for a few minutes to graduate as a life survival skill. Doubt the school requires that anymore....
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re: Guided Sac Aux Trip - mingoswamp
Try Jason Sandage (573-624-0250). He guides Enid, Grenada, & Sardis. Great guy & guide, but I'm not sure if he has the kind of a boat you're looking for outside of his Ranger. ...
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re: New Garage Door Opener - mingoswamp
[quote]Well frick. It started doing it again this afternoon.[/quote] Since there is no indication that any of the suggestions have worked, try rattling chicken bones over it :lol:...
Posted on Home & Garden
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re: New Garage Door Opener - mingoswamp
Get a spray can of the white lithium garage door lube and do your rollers and door hinges. Is it a chain/cable or screw drive? If chain/cable, is there too much slack in it? You can tighten it up, DO NOT make it too tight. Do you see the door frame/tracks move much? May want to tighten those ...
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re: Fridge tripping gfci outlet on generator. - mingoswamp
[quote]The extension cord is 14 gauge and 15 amp. These are the specs on the fridge. Volt/Amps115V / 60Hz / 5.0A[/quote] How long is this extension cord?...
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re: Craftsman garage door opener not pairing - mingoswamp
A buddy just installed a Lift Master extended range transmitter (MT5011)since the signal was weak due to being in a metal shed. The install was as simple as wiring two wires from the new transmitter into the existing wall controller. It did require new remotes (2.0 technology). He just tossed the...
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re: New Garage Door Opener - mingoswamp
Does this happen when it's dark outside? Reason I ask is I had to swap the thru-beam sensors to the opposite sides on a door due to the angle of the sun blinding the receiver sensor. One sensor is a sender, the other is a receiver. Alignment may also be an issue. Pull a string tight from sensor...
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re: Twice baked potatoes? - mingoswamp
Pretty easy. Bake a potato. Split in half & scoop all the white stuff out. Mix the white stuff with butter, sour cream, shredded cheese. Spoon all that back into the potato skin and stick back in the oven until cheese is melted....
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