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  1. Ronbo

    GY 114 Tire

    I bought the discount tire warranty for mine si I haven’t paid full price yet. Based on weight I should be running 125 lbs of pressure. Since I dropped to 118 lbs I haven’t had any tread peal off. Still watching. When I have to pay full price I will go to Hercules tires.
  2. If you have satellite radio it has been activated for the holidays. It also gives you weather and traffic,
  3. Yes you can move it to a different device that is comparable with the sim. Not all devices are comparable. ATT can tell you if a device will work.
  4. The likely bolt that sheared is the one at the end that is not moving. Go to Lowe’s or Home Depot and get you the white boards to make a yard sign. Cut a flap in the belly large enough to work in. Use a large crescent to rotate the square tubing to get the holes to line up. Insert the bolt and install the nut. Get nylon locknuts. I keep several on hand. Cut a piece of the yard sign material larger than your hole. Close the flap and cover with the yard sign material. Insert screws and enjoy your slide.
  5. You can try adding a hard start kit to your unit. I just ordered one today for $8 on amazon
  6. It helps if we know what brand of gear we are discussing.
  7. My understanding is that even if you are legal in some states, that doesn’t make it legal in all states. Just because you have plates in Arizona doesn’t make it legal in Texas. Check your local ordinances and your local tax office.
  8. My dryer quit heating. There is a cover on the back that comes off. There are 2 smaller screws on the cover that hold the heating element and thermostats on. After removing all the screws, you then need to remove the screws holding the thermostats on. There is 1 screw in each. The one with the silver dot is what they call the one shot thermostat. It opens at 220f or when it decides to go bad. The one with the purple dot is the cycling thermostat. It opens at 150f and closes 25f lower. It almost never goes bad. It is also hard to find a replacement. I haven’t been able to yet. I went to an appliance parts place and he sold me part no. LA-1053. I used the thermal fuse, it has numbers on the face. It opens at 239. Not enough difference to worry about. It replaces the one with the silver dot. If you check them with an ohm meter, the one that is open will be bad. You will need to bend the tabs down to get it to all fit crack together. It is easily done by just pushing down on the connector after it is attached to the thermostat. The other 2 thermostats in the kit won’t be used. They are the cycling thermostats but have too high a temperature for our machines. You can call Splendide in Oregon but I am sure they will want your first born for the parts. I hope this helps someone to repair their dryer. The actual repair is quick and easy, but accessing the back of the machine is what takes the time.
  9. I wasn’t sure am I actually looked at the screen. It doesn’t actually shoe up like an X-ray. It puts a yellow square or rectangle over the affected part. I a do has a yellow square over my cervical spine.
  10. The rod in my left femur triggers their X-ray machine so I get the wand.
  11. This is a friends organization that may merge well with this bof. They do frequent off road camping trips. https://www.homewardforheroes.com/
  12. I purchased a Segway Mini Pro and put a handle bar on it. I have extreme back pain and hip pain if I walk more than 150 yds. I was able to go to the state fair yesterday with my Segway and go everywhere my family went.
  13. If coming from the south on 25 Take Paseo Del Norte and keep right. There is a Lowe’s there at the intersection. Pull in and u hook. Leave the parking lot on the east and turn lt. That will be San Pedro. Stay in San Pedro until you get to Alameda. Turn lt on Alameda and go u dear 25 to the balloon grounds. If you try to go to the balloon museum, it will probably be too crowded for you to get in the parking lot. if anyone needs a place to stay, call Coronado Village and see if they have any sides available. 505-823-2515. They’ll then Ron in 228 recommended them.
  14. If you get up on the ladder and inspect it, you will see the piece that rotates has a little nub sticking down. On the base there are two knobs sticking up. They are to keep the antenna from rotating too far. The nub can get caught between the nubs. You will see what I am talking about when you look. If this is the problem, lift and turn. Then go inside and remove the crank, spring and round piece that you use to rotate the antenna. Look inside and you will see a plastic nut. Use a deep socket to tighten by hand. I don’t remember the size.
  15. My understanding is that kippers uses the same valve on all their hydraulic jacks. Go to the page and you will find it.
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