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    Good Evening

    It's dark out, the dogs have been walked, fed, and put in their kennels for the night. Time for a hot cider (I only drink coffee in the morning). Not much accomplished today (you know how it is being a retired slacker) Waxed the wife's wheels (actually the whole ting, just the wheels would have been easier) and worked on installing a backup camera in the 2011 Silverado. I got everything done but the in cab wiring. I did temporarily hookup the wires to see if it worked. It WORKED! Good night all.
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    Seems like a nice evening!

    I made an attempt at keeping run off from getting into my shed. After a normal day @ the office. :-) Click image for larger version. 

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    I'm setting here trying to remember what I did today. Oh yea, I set out the Globe Arborvitae this morning, then fixed the wiring problem on the Snowco trailer. I've been having problems with the left trailer turn signal blowing fuses, wasn't sure until late last week which trailer was causing it. Started with the wiring connector to the pickup, found the ground wire had slipped from the screw terminal. Fixed that, then replaced the crimp connectors at both trailer tail lights while I was at it. Just a few odd jobs after that!

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    Another day gone. I did not get the final wiring of the Silverado backup camera.............always tomorrow.
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    Finally got my Kayak hangers up so I could put my kayaks on the wall and out of my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 636mullet View Post
    Finally got my Kayak hangers up so I could put my kayaks on the wall and out of my way.

    -636
    I'll be doing something similar with our kayak's in the shed (well, really it's a garage built like a cheap shed), just as soon as I'm done putting up and painting the new siding. I was thinking of a pulley system with a wide sling so I might spread out the load rather than point contact with the hull. I was told once, a long time ago, that kayaks have a tendency to bow or take on impressions where they are hung from.

    Anyway, they are currently stacked upon each other at the back of the shed, and since adding the extra length on the tractor with the addition of a backhoe, I can't fit everything in unless I put the front end of the ZTR in the bucket of the tractor. Otherwise I can't close the door. I guess I should have measured before I upgraded the tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post
    I'll be doing something similar with our kayak's in the shed (well, really it's a garage built like a cheap shed), just as soon as I'm done putting up and painting the new siding. I was thinking of a pulley system with a wide sling so I might spread out the load rather than point contact with the hull. I was told once, a long time ago, that kayaks have a tendency to bow or take on impressions where they are hung from.

    Anyway, they are currently stacked upon each other at the back of the shed, and since adding the extra length on the tractor with the addition of a backhoe, I can't fit everything in unless I put the front end of the ZTR in the bucket of the tractor. Otherwise I can't close the door. I guess I should have measured before I upgraded the tractor.
    Tonton, since when do the Amish let you have all that equipment? I want to see pics of the horse and buggy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    Tonton, since when do the Amish let you have all that equipment? I want to see pics of the horse and buggy.
    Here ya go:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post


    Here ya go:

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    Is that a sport model?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Is that a sport model?
    Low profile so I would guess it is.
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