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Posted by Kevin Leclair on 07 November 2012 - 03:44 PM
This is a great concept! Here is a short video describing the concept.
My GoFace is at 0:34!
Posted by trump6 on 19 October 2011 - 05:25 PM
Hope that Helps,
Posted by Kevin Leclair on 16 July 2010 - 02:10 PM
Sorry for the fence being in the way, it was the best shot I could get in the driveway.
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Posted by baraccuda on 15 May 2012 - 02:30 AM
Finally gonna buy and pick up a 99 Challenger 1800 in a couple of weeks. However I still need a hitch on my truck, I've heard Reese is a good brand but when I look at for example www.hitchanything.com I can see that Reese is not the cheapest of them all... I think I'm capable myself to install it easily so If a cheaper brand is harder to install it doesn't matter. Any of you guys use cheaper branded hitches?
Posted by kseroski70 on 12 February 2011 - 03:12 PM
Posted by FJHIII on 12 September 2011 - 10:56 AM
I am going to do some research tonight, but I thought that I would post up the question for you guys.
I towed my boat today and when I reached my destination, I smelt something burning. Then a cap in the center of the wheel popped off a bit and red paste started coming out. Do you know what the problem can be?
I am hoping that I only need to grease the tire.
Posted by kseroski70 on 02 May 2011 - 08:13 AM
US Army Corps of Engineers
NOAA - Hydrology
I little digging around the Engineers site and I found the Daily Lake and River report, showing that Caesar Creek was 15ft above "Summer Pool". So I am going to try and contact the local office to find out at what depth the ramps will re-open. I guess it will be different for each lake, and probably each ramp.
The NOAA page eventually led me to a prediction page, showing that at least the Ohio at Cincinnati (Caesar Creek is a flood control reservoir off the Little Miami which empties into the Ohio just upstream of Cincinnati) is going down faster than predicted. That leads me to believe they will start lowering the lake later this week (unless we get substantial rain,yet this week).
Well, I hope you find these pages helpful in planing your boating season here in the US. For our international friends, I wonder if you have similar information.
Posted by Kevin Leclair on 05 October 2010 - 08:44 AM
Also remember to use the arrow --> in between the previous word/phrase and the new word/phrase you just thought of.
Also, you can't go twice in a row.
I'll start it off with: