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  • Birthday 12/09/1970

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    anoka county mn
  1. I use the speer 9th and 13th. I also have a hornady from 1967
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    Ice Castle vs Firebrand vs Yetti

    The only difference is the diesel will pull better from taking off. Stopping wise it is the one who doesn't have his electric brakes set up properly. I own a king castle and pull it with a 1/2 ton weekly on the weekends all over the state no issues.I see the difference on the road who drives truck professionally and who is a weekender.
  3. Anoka Union paper says it is moving into the sports authority building in Coon Rapids.
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    Dozer issues

    www.ama zon.com/JOHN-DEERE-TRACTOR-CRANKSHAFT-S-AT18030/dp/B00CZGD932
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    Fish House Build

    How much does it weigh?
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    Ice Castle

    I have a 2004 GMC 1/2ton and a 2008 8x20 Ice Castle tows it just fine.
  7. check out aim tech asm-220 would not buy anyother mount.
  8. cam7069

    freeing a partially seized drop down axle

    surface tension has the rite way
  9. cam7069

    Crank down king Crowe won't drop down

    heat and tap on it with a 2.2lb hammer to jar rust loose worked for mine keep working it back and forth it will go dont give up ti takes time
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    lefse

    6cups flour , 1/2tsp salt , 4 round tsp surgar , 1 round tsp baking powder , 4 cups whole milk , 1/2 cup shortning boil milk,shortning. in a bowl mix flour,surgar,baking powder,salt add milk,shortning stir together until crumbly put mixture in a towel and knead. keep mixture warm start rolling out as thin as you can. cook on lefsa griddle at 400 . this is a recipe that came from Norway on my mothers side.
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    lefse

    potatoe or milk ,cream lefsa?
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    Large Fry Pans

    CAST IRON
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    Caliper Bolts

    They will come loose if you turn counter clockwise . Apply a little heat.
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