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sparcebag

HELP with search

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I dont know if I understand the search process?? But I'm looking for a post or help finding it!

It was for aluminum trim for boats I believe last June? July? Someone found a place with many different styles.I've tried the search,and skimmed through all BOATS & MOToRS,& EXPERT INFO,

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I've been trying for about 30 minutes, to help ya, with no success either. Looks like a different search feature than before.

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http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/ub...rue#Post1057864

The search function is limited in that it only gives one month of results. What that means is you'll have to put in your search term and then select "Older than" and then the number of months. I started at 5 months, and then 6, and then finally 7 before finding that thread which I'm guessing is the one you were looking for.

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Thanks LO thats the one unfortunatly they have'nt what I needAt extrude-a-trim

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