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  1. Sorry for your loss Wilson
  2. We had a perfect 6-0 score at our house for Covid this week. Assume this omicron variant roared through. All but our new littles are vaccinated so it wasn't bad. Wife and daughter had it the worst. Mine was stuffed up head. Daughter lost her appetite and had a cough. Wife had cough, plugged head, fatigue, etc. But it seems to have moved on now. 3 of us were mostly symptomless. 5 yr old didn't show any signs. 14 mo old had a fever and was generally 'teething' in symptoms. Hope you keep improving WM.
  3. Haven’t been around much lately but did break out welder and mostly finish this project this weekend. Converted an old lawnmower blade to work on my foreman. Put a Prefab belly mount under it and then fabbed up the blade to mount to it. Needs paint and a new scraper for bottom but I think it’ll work for what I wanted it for. For the record. I have never claimed to be a certified welder.
  4. As for the ground hornets. Dad would dump diesel fuel down next and light it if I recall correctly.
  5. They are the labrador retreiver of the wasp world. Very non-aggressive. I saw some of them at my first house and ahve seen 1 or 2 at this one. They are scary but I just leave them alone.
  6. How old is the trailer? Assume fairly new. Hope they work it out for you.
  7. 87Iroc


    Glad to hear you weathered it OK Fish. Stay Safe.
  8. Have about 60 miles on mine and they work good....will throw you forward on the bike.
  9. Is that the washer that goes on the end of the shift 'rod' that goes from front to back through the engine? or
  10. See link at top of page for the service manual. I downloaded it and have large sections printed out from my troubleshooting and rebuild I did last year.
  11. welcome to the group! You've come to the forum with the most knowledgeable misfits on the 'net.
  12. Yep., I saw it and I am laughing. Been around castings a LONG time...almost as long as Shade has worked on ATVs and their brake calipers(Wilwood so 2nd source of course) scream 'china casting' to me...but trusted their website. I don't doubt that they are machined in the US...but castings from China with their non-existent environmental laws are a LOT cheaper to keep costs down. That said...High Lifter, as a hat tip to Shade....may have a few parts made in China...but I 'think' their brake pads still last longer. 🙂 Not that I'd notice(62 miles after 9 months of riding)....but well, you know. Fish
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