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SWMuskeye

Beat up big buddy

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A friend of mine was in the shack this weekend a mad.gifnd he thought he was Gary Anderson after liquid encouragement. Needless to say he kicked my poor big buddy to the moon, thereby cracking a 3" hole in the right screen.

Now my big buddy works like a little buddy, and only up to med. heat.

Is there any way to get this screen fixed? Or am I SOL? Thanks for the replies.

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i don't know about you but if it was my friend that did this then I wouldn't worry about that heater as it would now become "Gary Anderson's" new heater and I would be pulling my new heater out of the box!!!! smirk.gif

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So you're saying it sailed wide left?

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So you're saying it sailed wide left?


Nope right down middle pefect.

Playoffs are next week....DOAH!

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A friend of mine was in the shack this weekend a
mad.gif
nd he thought he was Gary Anderson after liquid encouragement. Needless to say he kicked my poor big buddy to the moon, thereby cracking a 3" hole in the right screen.

Now my big buddy works like a little buddy, and only up to med. heat.

Is there any way to get this screen fixed? Or am I SOL? Thanks for the replies.


A good friend would offer to buy you a new one or that would be the last time he went fishing with me! mad.gif

Cliff

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Gary Anderson just got one well kicked heater and you should get a brand spankin new one care of Gary Anderson.

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He sure got a hold of that thing!

I received an email today that it will be shipped to my doorstep.

Someday when he gets his own shack I will laugh my you know what off if I see it in there.

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