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  • 87gtVIC
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    Originally posted by sxcpotatoes View Post
    Oh, I got regular kettle cooked potato chips, and mesquite bbq flavor. Sorry David, they're made on equipment that may be cross contaminated with tree nut oils. All of them had that warning. They sold the family chip company off to some international/Canadian firm a couple years back and put a 22yo in charge or something last I read about it.
    Thats everything nowadays it seems. lol No biggie.

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  • gadget73
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    Originally posted by sly View Post
    What do those look like?



    so do we have a head count? Just wondering how much corn to buy. Dozen ears ? More?

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  • sxcpotatoes
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    Oh, I got regular kettle cooked potato chips, and mesquite bbq flavor. Sorry David, they're made on equipment that may be cross contaminated with tree nut oils. All of them had that warning. They sold the family chip company off to some international/Canadian firm a couple years back and put a 22yo in charge or something last I read about it.

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  • Lincolnmania
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    matt is on his way here, he left about an hr ago.

    it rained real hard last night, thinking of getting some fish for the passenger side of my 06....i have it parked on the upslope and there is a pond in the back seat floor area today. could anyone recommend a good air bubbler that won't drain the battery?

    this is the in house room for beds situation.....one person in moms old room. one person on small sofa downstairs if they dont mind legs dangling i have room for two queen airbeds in my room, and two spots for a smaller sleeping area, someone could use my 45 degree sleeping bag and sleeping pad. one on my sofa.

    it's gonna be super sticky. i say we stay cool however we can. smaller group means we can cover more area.

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  • sxcpotatoes
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    Originally posted by VicCrownVic View Post
    Thanks! Glad I don't have to go get it. So is the head count 8-10 so far? I know Jay is planning on stopping by on Saturday and he's bringing a buddy last I heard, but they're not staying the weekend/night or anything afaik. Anybody hear anything from Matt? I haven't seen him post on here lately now that I think about it.

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  • gabegt90
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    I hope you guys have a great time I have to work Iím sure Iíll make it out there sometime again

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  • VicCrownVic
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    Looks like a FMC Bolens to me.
    http://gardentractortalk.com/forums/...50-buffalo-ny/

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  • Lincolnmania
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    Originally posted by sxcpotatoes View Post
    Yeah, sly, that boner airbed (the baffles were destroyed internally on 1/3 of it resulting in a massive hump on one side, it came that way) was thrown out. I have two more of the same model (they were either $3 or $6 each at the salvage goods store) w/built-in pump.

    Holy frackumole! I just checked the turnpike pricing for PA. F-that! To cross the entire state from the Ohio border to Morgantown exit it's $44.45 (6h20m), taking 80 and jogging down to 76 near Harrisburg to Morgantown is $6.25 (6h50m), and avoiding all tolls entirely is (6h53m) looking like the way to go. I'll drive 3 minutes longer (and maybe some hills) to save $6.25. That's an entire breakfast (counting tip, depending on where you go)! And driving the extra half hour to save $38 is a no-brainer.

    Also, this caught my eye on CL, Scott do you have a Cub Cadet PTO Snowblower (if this is one)? https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/g...637592274.html If it will work for your tractor(s) and want me to bring it out, let me know.
    not a cub cadet snowblower. thanks anyway

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  • phayzer5
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    Originally posted by Lincolnmania View Post
    if anyone has a drivers side seat switch for my 86 town car i would appreciate it.
    I can't recall if my 84 had a power seat, but you can ha e any parts from it you need

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  • sly
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    What do those look like?

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  • Lincolnmania
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    if anyone has a drivers side seat switch for my 86 town car i would appreciate it.

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  • SVT98t
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    Unfortunately, I cannot make it down this year.
    I'm sorry mangs. I might be able to make it next year; pending career change.


    -ryan s.

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  • sxcpotatoes
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    Yeah, sly, that boner airbed (the baffles were destroyed internally on 1/3 of it resulting in a massive hump on one side, it came that way) was thrown out. I have two more of the same model (they were either $3 or $6 each at the salvage goods store) w/built-in pump.

    Holy frackumole! I just checked the turnpike pricing for PA. F-that! To cross the entire state from the Ohio border to Morgantown exit it's $44.45 (6h20m), taking 80 and jogging down to 76 near Harrisburg to Morgantown is $6.25 (6h50m), and avoiding all tolls entirely is (6h53m) looking like the way to go. I'll drive 3 minutes longer (and maybe some hills) to save $6.25. That's an entire breakfast (counting tip, depending on where you go)! And driving the extra half hour to save $38 is a no-brainer.

    Also, this caught my eye on CL, Scott do you have a Cub Cadet PTO Snowblower (if this is one)? https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/g...637592274.html If it will work for your tractor(s) and want me to bring it out, let me know.

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  • gadget73
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    ok I know I have one here someplace, but I can't find it. If I can't come up with one by then, I'll fix yours.

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  • gadget73
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    I may have one. Need to find John a climate control, I'll see if I can dig up a seat switch. If not I can probably fix yours.

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