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  • Birthday 07/08/1974

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    New Coach

    Quote: I'm courious on opions on who the vickes should look at for a new head coach? i think one of the things people seem to forget is the assistants out there also. Gregg Williams, d cordinator out in washington, eagles offensive cordinator is anouther. bears defensive cordinator. star and trib has a short little article kind of from players stating that a disciplinarian would be a better choice for a new coach.. i personaly would like to see a disciplinarian defensive minded coach. if you look at the good teams in the playoffs, all have coaches that where previous defensive cordinators. then they can go after a good offensive cordinator. jim
  2. well then, i think we need to hook up sunday!!! jim
  3. Quote: I bet a person could use a big headed nail and just nail it right onto the fishhouse and it would stay for the winter. After this I personally think this is an improvment over the adhesive tags that it replaced. thats nice that it held up, but i dont think us guys with portables have any advantage with the new tag. i personaly would perfer the sticky back. peel it, stick it one the license holder and done. im not happy with the change. jim
  4. from this past winter, i just got back by 15" red lake crappie. i have a 14" big black male being done right now from a june trip. jim
  5. i was just there last wed night checking out hunting regs, but i have not been able to get on it all weekend. jim
  6. i have thought about this. honestly, there are many solutions to tying the tag to the deer. dont have/forgot zip-ties or string? why not just use a leaf stem, piece of tall grass( roll up in your hand) a weed stem, or even a section of corn stalk. as long as its not dryed out and brittle, it should sub in for what you dont have. jim
  7. i didnt see this untill now. probly got it done by now. UJ, should have come up and helped me with laying a new dash harness and replacing the heater core in the mustang. jim
  8. sounds good. one last thing, whats a good material for a moisture barrier? jim
  9. hello, these steel studs that are spoken of. are these a complete tubular stud, or are these a C shaped stud? im looking in to building a house my self, and researching materials. whats the advantage to these besides weight? any moisture problems? jim
  10. i have had the origional deer plates when they came out, and now i have had the loon plates on sence i got my blazer. i hunt and fish, so i have no problem paying the fee as long as its for a good cause. plus the plates look good on my truck. jim
  11. there should be one in the park out by bunker lake golf course. havnt been out there in years, but it was a nice range when i was there. jim
  12. Quote: Quote: I've got a similar Jimmy (1996, 4.3 liter) I'm noticing when I have cruise set (say 60 mph) and if I got up a slight incline of a hill, I can feel a lurch or a slip or a lug...tough to explain. It's silent, but I can feel it. If I put more gas pedal down, she switches gears and it's fine. Seems like it only happens when it is just about to switch gears, but I have to help it by giving it the gas. Any thoughts on my Jimmy tranny? Anyone? Anyone? it might be right in the sweet spot where its hunting for a gear to be in. the converter wants to lock, but unlocks thinking its going back down a gear, thats what your surge is. tell ya what, send me your addy at jim874 at earthlink dot net, title it "fm member" and i'll send you the same sight i sent nthomps66. its one of the more well known s-10 sights on the web, lots of information there to be had. jim
  13. nthomps66 i would send a pm, but they dont seem to be operational, anyone know why? well, i have a sight for you to visit, drop me a line at jim874 at earthlink dot net title it "fm member" i will give you a good forum to visit specificly for s-10's. jim
  14. tranny cooler looks like a smaller air conditioner condensor that sits infront of your radiator. you most likely have the stock cooler and thats located in the radiator. i would post a link to a pic, but trouble would come because, well. i have one in my mustang and love it. anyway..... yes, definatly let us know. on the new computer controlled obd 2 systems, it takes a code reader to diagnose about 90 plus percent of the problems. jim
  15. im going to guess you have a auto, torque converter slipping? check your fluid level/color lately? good fluid should be a transparent red, burnt fluid will be a darker red. sounds like your overheating your tranny fluid. complicated to explaine how a converter works, but if your tranny fluid is getting to hot the converter will slip. any lenghty period of time running or pulling with a overheated tranny will also kill the clutch packs, and your tranny in a hurry. do you have a external tranny cooler? or the one thats in the radiator? an external unit does a much better job of keeping your tranny at a consistent cooler temp. meybe its a sign to upgrade? jim
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