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- 03 May 2020, 08:08
- Forum: Boat House
- Topic: Quicksilver Commander trim switch/harness replaced
- Replies: 5
- Views: 86
Not sure where it fits into the assembly but it looks like it may be a thrust washer or a wear bushing. You might look for any sloppy linkage connections in the shift linkage.
- 29 Apr 2020, 07:28
- Forum: Watering Hole
- Topic: What electric car to buy for my kids?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 262
Tractor. It will teach them driving and backing. Even backing up with a trailer. They can also help bring the groceries from the car to the house with a trailer.
About the only boats I would put in the back of a pick-up would be a canoe, a kayak or a crawdad or something on that order. When you start getting into larger boats the weight is going to be greater and it will be a hassle to load and unload. Plus all your gear will have to be loaded and unloaded a...
I am doing OK at the moment. We are not being forced to quarantine right now except for people with symptoms and visitors coming in. I work at a fuel farm at the airport and we have to have someone there 24-7-365 in case something catastrophic happens. If they force stay at home I will have to go to...
- 10 Apr 2020, 10:36
- Forum: Motors
- Topic: 107 year old Evinrude back in service! 1913 at it's best.
- Replies: 17
- Views: 472
Nice. I like to see old motors come back to life. Just be careful, I bet that knob on top of the flywheel would hurt if it came into contact with a body part while running.