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Mighty Favog

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    Duratex Warning!

    When I used to sell boating supplies we had what they called a "hot room" attached to the (unheated) warehouse. At over $120/gal. (1985) that would have to be a big write-off....
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    F'ing mosquitos

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    Jokes?

    (Punch-line only) Temperature??!! Well, doctor, when you pull that thing out of my wife, there better be some numbers on it.
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    Jokes?

    I bought some used paint. It's in the shape of a house.......
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    F'ing mosquitos

    When I sold auto parts there were tons of people buying car bras going down to Florida.
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    F'ing mosquitos

    I remember on 60 Minutes in the 70's, they did a bit on people having this permanently mounted 1/8" jack somewhere on their bodies where they inserted the connector to give then an electric jolt to start their day. Wierd!!
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    F'ing mosquitos

    They still bother me plenty. I used to give no credit to the people that jokingly said "Oh, you're just so sweet." Turns out they weren't too far off base. I read an article not too long ago that came to that conclusion.
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    F'ing mosquitos

    When on the ZTR just be sure to let go of the handles before waving off one of those buggers!!
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    Jokes?

    I put spot remover on my dog. Now, he's gone.....
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    Super Cornwall

    If you keep the rear panel from vibrating when you turn it up, that's one area to tackle that will help your lack of bass. I took a second sheet of fine 3/4" birch plywood and screwed it to the back of my CW'1s doubling their thickness and virtually eliminating the vibration. Also, puting them in the corners is the best place for them. Thus the name Cornwall - Corn(er) or Wall: the two places they should be.
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    Rounding up all the truckers out there....

    The initial plan was to rent a trailor and pull it with a Toyota 4Runner (Class 3 hitch I think. It has a 7-pin light connection but no brake controller inside). I read on line that electric brakes aren't needed till the trailor's GVWR reaches 3,000 lbs. But my articulated trailor backing skills are nill to none. 😁 ......I know.....learn. But l'd rsther learn on a level surface first.
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    Rounding up all the truckers out there....

    I really can't depend on if they do or not. Most of the ones I'm looking at are used. But probably Snap On KRA series or Matco 4S.
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    Rounding up all the truckers out there....

    Had another thought. Wonder if a local towing companies will put it on a flatbed....
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    Rounding up all the truckers out there....

    It is paved. 6" concrete only 3-years old. Very good shape.
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    Rounding up all the truckers out there....

    In the next year or so I plan on buying a tool box for the house. Chances are (cause I wear a silly grin) it'll about 73-inches long, botton unit only and weigh between 600 and 900 lbs. I also plan on buying a riding lawn mower. 42-46" with a 20hp motor. The driveway is about 120 ft. long at a 14-degree grade. With the gear ratio unknown, with said lawn mower/tracker be able to pull this beast of a tool box up this hill to the garage?? I also plan on getting some sort of 4WD vehicle for the winters to get up this Olympic sized ski jump of a drive way....
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