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Old 04-17-2013, 10:50 PM   #4041
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WEll in spite of all your problems you have right now, I must congratulate you on finally using the term "tail numbers" correctly. Aircraft used by the CG are military aircraft and therefore quality for being included in the "tail number" catergory.
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Old 04-18-2013, 06:39 AM   #4042
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Goooood morning Phrogs ! Turbs yesterday storms headed here today, n supposed to b 80*

A friend sent a pic of mushrooms he found yesterday, these temps along with T-storms,should start morel season, fingers crossed.
Stained cabs n TH yesterday,today after wrk gona try to poly coat. Not ready for pics yet,will post when finished.

Good day to all !
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:00 AM   #4043
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I have a question for my Phrog Phamily, because of the vast knowledge phloating around in here as well as the lilly pads. I just received my camper back after 2 monthe in the shop for repair. I had the door replaced due to my break-in. On the way home the door popped open I can not close it from thew inside at all. The only way I can close it from the outside is if I slam it the push on it until the latch clicks in. Is there any way to adjust this or do I need to take it back to the dealer from helL and let them keep it another 2 months?
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I have a question for my Phrog Phamily, because of the vast knowledge phloating around in here as well as the lilly pads. I just received my camper back after 2 monthe in the shop for repair. I had the door replaced due to my break-in. On the way home the door popped open I can not close it from thew inside at all. The only way I can close it from the outside is if I slam it the push on it until the latch clicks in. Is there any way to adjust this or do I need to take it back to the dealer from helL and let them keep it another 2 months?
Can you adjust the striker sy?
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:19 AM   #4045
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Can you adjust the striker sy?
I do not see any adjustment. I think when ther repolaced my door, the strikre does not hit the ccatch on the camper coerrectly because they did not move that part but the handle is slightlt higher on the door . I could not tell and it was pouring rain and it was dark. I may have a chance to look at it today.
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That's a very nice MH you have DXSMac Congrats!!

Pull up a chair and hang out with all the phrogs in the pond!

We are currently waitin for the Coastguard to help Turbs get his basement all fixed up!
UGH! water in basement, bad bad bad.

Oh, on my blog, I don't have a pic of my new Sunseeker 3170 yet. Need to get one up.
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Yeah I have moved on to sucking out the septic tank now as its full with rain water this morning ......

Looks like no going to work phor me today.
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UGH! water in basement, bad bad bad.

Oh, on my blog, I don't have a pic of my new Sunseeker 3170 yet. Need to get one up.
Looking forward to seeing your 3170 !
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Good morning PHond dwellers. Turbs, sounds like you've made some progress.

Not much of a day off for you today. Looks like plenty to do at home. Maybe you'll get an early "Beer Thirty". I have to run out this morning and pick up some suds.
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My next door neighbor just had to have his entire front yard dug up and a new drain field installed....just as there grass was beginning to turn another color other than brown...now they have nothing but red clay to look at...and of course, we too...Will probably have to spend another grand getting new sod layed in their yard...young family with three kids..feel sorry for them...always something when you have kids..
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