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    BAMM!

    They must have been sitting right in front of Me.
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    Happy Monday
    Hope Easter went well for everyone
    It was nice, warm, and sunny.
    Daughter helped replaced impeller in the outboard.
    Not sure if she had much fun, but she was a helper
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    Mornin!
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    Headed towards 80 degrees according to the forecasts


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    Mornin!

    I'm waiting for Bob to put the Snowblower away before I celebrate Summer in Michigan

    I f*cked up on a Measurement for a Mobile Home Back Door....a $400 f*ck up...I'm Working for Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!
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    The plow is off the truck, I put the snow rakes away. I do have the snow shovel still leaning against the side of the garage. My twins were born 4-10-1992 in a blizzard. We are not clear yet.
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    I don't want to be the one who F's us all back into winter either...
    snow blower is still mounted to the tractor
    when the grass gets too tall I will swap it for the mowing deck
    Headed towards 80 again today...
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    Mornin!

    I brought My New PQ Home in the Snow , April in Illinois ....
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    We test drove the 290 PQ out of Muskegon on April 15th. It was 80 degrees out. The following week we brought it home. We have pics on Lake Charlevoix with ice still around the edges. We were careful not to hit any icebergs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat View Post
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    I brought My New PQ Home in the Snow , April in Illinois ....
    I brought my Chris Craft home from Milwaukee through Chicago in a snowstorm with a 1/2 ton 2 wheel drive pickup.
    And took the Skyway bridge.

    Can't remember whether up or down was more terrifying.
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    My worst was taking my PQ to the upholstery shop to get camper enclosure in a freezing rain ice storm.
    Once the Expedition got it up my steep driveway hill, figured that would be the worst of the trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fund razor View Post
    I brought my Chris Craft home from Milwaukee through Chicago in a snowstorm with a 1/2 ton 2 wheel drive pickup.
    And took the Skyway bridge.

    Can't remember whether up or down was more terrifying.
    Mornin!

    This is a PQ Thread Pall!!!!!
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    I have told this story before. I went on my own dealer trade to pick up a car. My nephew went with me and we towed a uhaul trailer to his dorm room. I had made plans to get a tour of the PQ factory. The parts man (I believe it was Rick) called me when I was almost there. Said they were having a plant meeting ASAP. I never got to stop by, it was the day they called all the employees in and shut down the factory. A very sad day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat View Post
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    This is a PQ Thread Pall!!!!!
    It's ok. It was an underpowered, overweight pig posing as an offshore boat. It should count.
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    Bobcat: I need to set a gate post and there is a 1'x1' section of residential concrete pad in my way. Probably three inches thick. Highly doubt 4. But maybe. I'll be repouring around the post once set. Would you rent a concrete saw, or use an angle grinder and a spud bar? Maybe 14" x 14" the other edge was saw cut as a section. That will get me a spot for my post.
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    I guess I could hammer drill a spot out. I have a Hilti TM75
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    Good luck with the demo

    Happy Friday
    Enjoy the weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by fund razor View Post
    I brought my Chris Craft home from Milwaukee through Chicago in a snowstorm with a 1/2 ton 2 wheel drive pickup.
    And took the Skyway bridge.

    Can't remember whether up or down was more terrifying.
    A good customer had a 30ft ? Chris Craft offshore boat. It was all dark brown. He sold it a couple years ago. That boat was a barn queen. I never saw it leave his pole barn. It was in awesome shape, but setting for 25 years I believe would be a killer.
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