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    It was 38 degrees C here today. Too hot for shooting, so i've spent the afternoon making a wooden riser for a new take down bow.... A huge mistake!
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    There was a good item on our local news last evening that I thought worth mentioning. A guy took a T-bone steak, put it in an aluminum pan, and placed it on the dashboard of a car out in the sun. It took quite a while, but that darn thing got cooked enough to be med-well done. Temp. got up to 195 F inside the car.

    Made me wonder if we could do the same thing with and have "French Fried ONIONS". Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Still wouldn't want to be the cook!



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    Been getting fried down here (Georgia) for some time now.Had a T-Storm today cooled down some but back again hot and humid for the next several days.
    I want to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather.. Not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car.

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    So Destroyer, you haven't told me how winter's going down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Nope. Not belt stretch. Just put on a new belt trying to get the thing catching all gears, 7 of them. Will pull itself in the first 3. I think that the speed pulley is hanging up, not adjusting to catch up the belt. Ranch King for you. You'd think it should hold up for more than 10 years..... If it's a easy fix I might even have them change the spark plug. And I do think plugs should be changed every 10 years....
    who needs spark plugs,highly over rated.lol...for a 10 year old mower it should be ging like a champ still.im guessing about 400 hours or less on it.my ex mark is 5 years old with around 950 hours and only major problem ive had was the pto clutch bearing blew up right befor memorial day.but its a $12,000 mower and im needing to trade it in soon.mowers are too much fun.this is how i roll.

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    Default Got up to 100 here today how bout you?

    Last three days have created an official heat wave.....True hazy lazy....
    If I even think about going outside I slap myself
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    97 degrees here right now(just after 4:00pm), but Concord, which is only 30 minutes from here, was/is over a 100 degrees.
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    Hot and muggy,don't even feel like shooting
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravediggermtv View Post
    who needs spark plugs,highly over rated.lol...for a 10 year old mower it should be ging like a champ still.im guessing about 400 hours or less on it.my ex mark is 5 years old with around 950 hours and only major problem ive had was the pto clutch bearing blew up right befor memorial day.but its a $12,000 mower and im needing to trade it in soon.mowers are too much fun.this is how i roll.
    Nice ride GD,this is my rig.


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