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justplainbob

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  • Birthday 06/20/1956

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    Eagan, MN
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    Rod question???!

    That is my go-to blank for a walleye rod. I feel it compares as good or better than the St. Croix SCV blanks I have built on. Batson has changed the name of the blank this year, can't remember exactly what it goes by now.
  2. 2005 Scion A with 388,000 miles. Has required only routine maintenance.
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    Beretta PX4 Storm

    My son carries a PX4 9mm subcompact and loves it. I have shot it numerous times and liked it so mucvh that I just ordered one. My son added a Hogue rubber grip which feels much better in the hand. Nice triger pull.
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    Accord distributor o ring leak

    Thanks Airjer!
  5. My son has 97 Accord with an oil leak. Local shop said it was from a leaky distributor O ring and they advised replacing the distributor. The car runs great so I doubt if the electronics have been contaminated with oil. Would it be ok to just replace the $1 O ring, as long as things look ok when I pull the cap off? Is taking the distributor in and out a big deal as far as engine timing goes? Thanks
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    Flushing Merc 155 lower unit

    How many of you guys flush your lower unit with RV antifreeze vs. lowering unit to make sure water drains out? I have tried flushing lower unit by hooking a short hose up to the round mitts and pouring RV antifreeze thru the hose with the motor running, but it seems to take about 3 gallons before antifreeze comes out the p hole; most of the antifreeze comes out by the prop. Am I right to be worried about my motor getting too hot? Is there a better/more efficient way?
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    Mercury fuel filters

    Thank you, sir! I will give it a go.
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    Mercury fuel filters

    I have a 4 year old Merc 115 4-stroke. The owners manual mentions that there is a low pressure fuel filter and a high pressure fuel filter, and that a special tool is needed to replace the high pressure filter and that only a marine mechanic should attempt it. Does anyone have any experience changing the high pressure filter? Thanks
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