Posts by edwardaneal

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    According to Summer Breeze who has had it installed all summer it works. I have a feeling it will work even better without the stock splash guard installed. For those that may not know I have the StickerDick fenders which were like the second ones that were installed, the full fender not the bobbers.

    I have been told that not that much air gets through the holes in the stock splash guards, but I would think these vent would work great on a setup where the they have been removed like yours

    please keep us updated - might just push me over the edge to remove the splash guards - cant afford the sticker dick fenders and have been afraid that in the rain it would suck without the splash guards, but if these vents really work for you then I might be willing to trade getting slashed the few times it rains for being cooler in our 4 months of 100 plus heat

    I think all of this is in Mark R. Levin's new book Unfreedom of the Press. He quoted a lot of it on his show this past week. What you are showing is just the tip of the iceburg. I have got to buy the book on my next trip to Walmart

    Snopes which is leans heavily to the left tries to to say it is not really true because some of the people named are no longer married and then they go on to basically say that even if its true it doesnt prove a liberal bias in the media

    I like to fact check things before I re post them - and for non political things or things that are just wrong snopes but the way they examine this shows they lean left IMO

    your temps sound great to me, but that humidity would kill me - - normal humidity around here is 10 - 15% and people freak out and complain when we hit 30%

    my all my alpine amps are there and have survived several rainstorms and all my washes, they are not waterproof, heck they are not even water resistant.....

    Same for my Sony head unit.

    I am really glad that it has worked out for you and others here, but I still would want waterproof equipment in that location, even if other equipment might work perfectly as yours has it would still have me freaking out every time I got caught in the rain and with my slingshot being my daily driver it just wouldnt be fun riding in the rain if I was thinking about the equipment under the seat all the time

    These things work very well. Won’t have to do it again for about a year. I also have a fogger that I use outside for mosquitos. For outside I use TelStar Pro. It is great on ‘skeeters, fleas, ticks and roaches. Also wipes out the stinkbug population.

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    fleas and ticks here are not a real problem, I guess they dont do well in the heat. never put any flea repellent or collar on any of the dogs or cats we have had over the year and none of them ever had a single flea or tick - skeeters are also not problem - at most might get bit once a year if that. What I would like is something for flies - something that actually works without smelling like shit

    I use RaidMax No Mess Dry Fogger or Black Flag Fumigator.

    There are 3 bombs in the package, enough to cover about 2600 sq ft. I’ve been using either this, or the Black Flag Fumigator, for the past 30 years. It does a great job of wiping out the bug population.

    we have always just used sprays or had the bug dude who sprays. I think a fogger like this would be more thorough, but for sure would have to move our parrot and the dog outside for the day so it will have to wait until cooler weather

    Okay, this may seem like an odd post, but I just have to share

    Ever since I quit drinking a bit over 2 years ago I have had a bit of a thing for ice cream, and I like to have a small bowl most nights after dinned, and I like my ice cream to be firm and not all soft and melted

    well in the last 2 years all of our regular store bought ice cream scoops have either broken or they bend so I decided to invest in a proper scoop, I wanted something that would be comfortable to use, but more importantly I wanted something that would be indestructible that could plow through the coldest hardest ice cream right out of our deep freezer

    well I found it - some might think that spending $13 on an ice cream scoop is a bit extravagant, but what the heck - I am worth it :P

    so if you ever want a killer ice cream scoop that can scoop the hardest ice cream you will likely ever encounter this is it - Professional Stainless Steel Ice Cream Scoop

    Trust me, this thing works,


    as a side note I also highly recommend the - Anker Powerline II Lightning Cable - much more reliable and also much more durable than the garbage you get from Apple - - they bill it as the "Worlds most durable cable" I also like that they come in colors, I got a red one to go in my red slingshot and a black one to use with my powerbank - we have a bunch of apple people in the family and by having red and black it keeps others from grabbing the my cables and walking off with them :)

    I have found the usb port in the glove box to be very unreliable. when trying to charge my phone it randomly disconnects, and when trying to play music of a thumb drive it too will just randomly disconnect. it seems like any movement of the plug from hitting a bump or opening and closing the glove box is all it takes and it stops working until I unplug whatever I am using and re plug it back in. I Have actually gotten to the point where I have given up on the built in USB port. I now run and charge my phone off an Anker powerbank and play the music through bluetooth

    using this - Anker PowerCore 20100mAh - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank - I can run my phone and my Gopro all day and all night and both will stay fully charged and I never have to worry that I will find out it disconnected and stopped charging

    might have to try this when the weather cools down. right now we have a "bug guy" but not really happy and not sure we get our moneys worth. Was thinking about just spraying myself, but a bug bomb might be interesting - what kind do you use? - and how long are you out of the house?

    speaking of Mule's in 2012 a beautiful sample of a mule moved in the yard behind me - it is a Toyota Land Cruiser truck - pretty much just like the one below - same color, but very faded and I suspect original, and everything else looks to be original - its on blocks but Just to keep the weight off the tires I am told, Apparently it belonged to my neighbors father and he only keeps it for sentimental reasons had to actually buy it back from some uncle. A few year back I asked if it ran and he said that it did when he parked it. I offered to take it off his hands, but he wasnt interested


    Also around the corner sitting in a driveway is a beautiful fully restored Willies truck - looks exactly like this one - - I have never seen it moved either


    I would love to get my hands on either one of these